Operations and Information Technology Department

King, Lydia

Lydia C. King, MBA, Ph.D.

Operations and Information Technology

Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Development


Dr. Lydia C. King is formerly First Vice President for Information Technology of BANCO DE ORO UNIVERSAL BANK, the Banking arm of the SM Group of Companies, where she has served in various senior management capacities for more than 20 years. Her portfolio includes principally the organization and management of IT Groups of various banking institutions. She has pioneered in the Philippines the successful implementation of a fully distributed and integrated system for deposits and automated teller machines supported by a wide-area infrastructure. She was formerly the President of the BANKERS INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINE for FY 2008-2009 which in 1987 bestowed on her the Pearl Award, the highest professional award given to a member of the Institute. In 2009, she was likewise presented the Leadership and Life Sustaining Membership Awards by the Institute.

Dr. King finished her Post Graduate Studies with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Development at the SOUTHEAST ASIA INTERDISCIPLINARY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE. She has an MBA from the ATENEO GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES.

She is currently a faculty of the ATENEO GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (AGSB) and has been teaching for more than 15 years. She teaches Information Technology, Information Security, Electronic Commerce and Management Dynamics. She was formerly Faculty Chair – Information Technology and Consultant for Online Programs of the AGSB. Currently, she is also the Department Head for Technology Management and Chief Information Officer of ENDERUN COLLEGES, INC. in Mckinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio composed of Enderun Colleges, Enderun Extension, Resto 101 and Enderun Managed Hotels.

Finally, Dr. King is a Technical Expert of the Philippine Accreditation Office of the Department of Trade and Industry for ISO 9000, the quality management standard for business efficiency and customer satisfaction and ISO 27000, the international standard for Information Security Management.






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