Board Member

Hon. Philip Theodore E. Cruz

Board Member,
2nd District of Pangasinan

Board Member Philip Theodore Evangelista Cruz is the chairman of the Committee on Housing, Land Utilization and Agrarian Reform and vice-chairman of the Committee on Youth and Sports.

BM Cruz started his career as a public servant when he was elected as the SK Federation President in his native town of Mangatarem in 2010 and later elected as Municipal Councilor in 2019. Before his election as a municipal councilor, BM Cruz worked for Accenture Inc. as an associate software engineer for two years.

Board Member Cruz was born on July 19, 1995, in Dagupan City, Pangasinan. He is the son of former Congressman Teodoro “Teddy” Cruz. He attended Mystical Rose College of Science and Technology for his elementary studies. He then went to Mangatarem National High School for his secondary education. For his collegiate studies, he pursued his degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Far Eastern University- Institute of Technology.

Personal Information

Date of Birth: July 19, 1995
Place of Birth: Dagupan City, Pangasinan
Father: Former Congressman Teodoro Corpuz Cruz


Elementary: Mystical Rose College of Science and Technology (2001-2006)
Secondary: Mangatarem National High School (2006-2011)
College: Far Eastern University- Institute of Technology (2011-2016)

Previous Work

Government Sector
SK President-Mangatarem (2010-2013)
Municipal Councilor, Mangatarem, Pangasinan (2019-2022)

Private Sector
Associate Software Engineer- Accenture Inc. (2017-2019)

Committee Chairman
Committee on Housing, Land Utilization, and Agrarian Reform

Committee Vice-Chairman
Committee on Youth and Sports

Committee Member
Committee on Rules, Privileges, and Ethics
Committee on Laws and Ordinances
Committee on Good Government and Accountability of Public Officers, Justice, and Human Rights
Committee on Appropriations
Committee on Economic Affairs and Ways and Means
Committee on Environment, Natural Resources, and Energy
Committee on Education, Arts, and Culture
Committee on Inter-local Government and People’s and Non-governmental Organizations Relations