About Us

What is Metro Clark ICT?

Metro Clark ICT Council is a non-stock, non-profit multi-lateral organization of businesses and academic institutions guided by a board of advisors from government instrumentalities. This multipartite partnership is integral to maximize benefits for its members and stakeholders and creates an integrated environment for business matching, talent development, policy review, and social accountability.


Metro Clark ICT Council was established in 2008 when 40 stakeholders convened to determine the readiness of the Metro Clark area to host emerging markets in the global IT sourcing industry. Metro Clark was proclaimed ICT-ready and became one of the Top Ten Next Wave Cities in ICT. In 2009, MCICT Inc., was registered with the SEC and hosted the National ICT Summit in Clark. In 2010, Metro Clark was awarded as a Center of Excellence in ICT.

Vision & Mission

Enabling Metro Clark to be the top global ICT destination.

MCICTC is committed in providing opportunities for the development of its members through: C L A R K, Competency Development, Linkages and Partnerships, Advocacies, Recruitment, Knowledge Management

Focused Customer Service

The MCICTC shall cater to the needs and aspirations of all ICT and ICT-enabled industries and endeavour to provide relevant services and programs; tourist industry competitiveness through various HR interventions, network linkages, benchmarking of international best practices and strive to become a vehicle for meaningful research.

Viability as a Social Enterprise

The MCICTC shall work to be a viable and self-sustaining social enterprise, operating locally but competing globally and shall align itself to the promotion and use of technology for sustainable growth.

Social Accountability

The MCICTC shall serve the beliefs, aspirations, and ethical priorities of its stakeholders, promote human capital development, protect intellectual property, and uphold social justice and development through a culture of transparency, integrity, awareness, and cooperation.

Ethics and Philosophy

The MCICTC recognizes its accountability to its internal and external customers, the need to empower its employees and volunteers, which it considers as its greatest assets and embody its role as an integrator champion for corporate social responsibility.

Board of Directors

Francisco Villanueva Jr.


Arsenio Valdes

Vice Chairman


Grace Tyler


Michael Shane

Vice President

Rodolfo Monis Jr.


Joselito Mercado


Teresa S. Salta


Gregorio Sison Jr.


Dr. Lilibeth T. Cuison


David Lamb


Rona Nares


Elenita Ordonio

Board of Adviser

Dr. Joey Suba

Board of Adviser

Dionisio Dychioco III

Board of Adviser

Cheryl Ortega

Board of Adviser

Belinda A. Labutong

Board of Adviser

Why Join Metro Clark ICT?

Become one of the companies that gained market recognition, expanded their businesses and delivered world-class services through MCICTC’s strategic networks, business development and resource enhancement programs. Join us and take advantage of these programs profitable to your business:

  • Capability Enhancement
  • Market Expansion
  • Exposure and Visibility
  • HR and Organizational Development
  • Strategic linkages & Multilateral Networks
  • Business Viability
  • Profitability and Competitiveness
  • Good Corporate Citizenship

Programs and Advocacies

MCICTC creates marketing opportunities for its members through various events to promote their products and services and increase brand exposure locally and abroad. MCICTC members also get the priority to all of the organization’s business building programs and resources and eligibility to participate in internal activities.

  • ICT Summits and Conferences
  • Trade and Technology Exhibits
  • Sponsorship Packages for Events
  • Priority Participation In ICT Trade Missions
  • Inclusion in Promotions and Advertising
  • Priority Selection for Capability-building Programs
  • Eligibility for Directorship
  • Local and International Exposure
  • Inclusion in Business Marching Programs
  • Referral Programs
  • Participation in Policy Setting
  • Institutional Linkages (Academy-Government-Industry)
  • Mentoring Programs and Start-ups
  • Share in the Outsourcing and Sourcing Market
  • Access to Talent (HR) Direct from Academy
  • Customized Education Programs
  • Direct Access to Infrastructure