Chief Executive Officer
Stephen has had a wealth of experience in the different areas of water operation, from water treatment, water distribution and wastewater operations. He has lead multi-billion peso World Bank funded projects and has become Technology Consultant to the water arm of the largest infrastructure company in the country. Stephen is also consultant to small waterworks as volunteer work.
Chief Operating Officer
R-TAP started as the brainchild of Stan. Stan was Maynilad’s head of Electro-mechanical Design. This key role has provided intelligence and exposure in the various solutions available for any water utility. For every problem, there exists a gamut of different products that provide different approaches as solutions. Stan has the experience to know the perfect solution to a problem.
Ann Marigondon Caranto
Chief Financial Officer
A problem is always both a technical and a business case. Ann is an MBA and will ensure that clients get not just the most effective but most economical solution. Ann was Head of Planning, Information and Resource Management in Maynilad. Her technical expertise is on wastewater management operation.
Chief Technical Officer for Hydraulics
King is the head of Maynilad’s Solutions Design Group and is part of the Water Supply Operations Division since 2010. He is a subject mater expert of Maynilad Water Academy in the field of water operations and innovation. He was part of the core team who established Maynilad’s supply and pressure management program which helped Maynilad in managing water losses in the distribution network.
Chief Technical Officer for Electronics and Instrumentation
Greg is an Electronics Engineer specializing in wireless technologies and instrumentation, telemetry and control systems. He has experience in the establishment and supervision of maintenance systems for more than a thousand remotely-installed sensors and communication equipment. He finished his Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degrees at the University of the Philippines.
Head of Hardware Development
Martin holds a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering and an Undergraduate Degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering. He has done research on variable speed controls and solar powered water pumping system. He was involved in several projects under the UP National Engineering Center and led the electronics group of the Philippine delegation that won in the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2015. Martin is also also a faculty at the University of the Philippines Diliman teaching electronics.