Alexander Hilario G. Aguilar

Deputy Chief Executive Officer,
Members Services Cluster
Pag-IBIG Fund (HDMF)


Alexander Hilario G. Aguilar was a labor sector leader for almost two (2) decades and has held significant positions in labor sector organizations both in the Philippines and abroad, and has also occupied critical positions in the government sector, prior to his current work.

With the well-being of workers always in mind, Mr. Aguilar’s focus is to ensure that Pag-IBIG Fund remains committed in its mandates to uplift each Filipino worker’s life through savings and housing which can be achieved through the continuous improvement of its programs and services.

He has been with the Pag-IBIG Fund for over 22 years having served first as a member of its Board of Trustees for nine years and then, as its Senior Vice President for Member Services for six years, prior to his current designation.

He is a Career Executive Service Eligible (CESO) and holds a Master’s Degree in Public Management from the Ateneo de Manila University School of Government. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of the East.

He was appointed as Auxiliary Commodore in the Philippine Coast Guard Auxiliary Executive Squadron last January 2022.


August 2017 – Present

Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Member Services Cluster, Home Development Mutual Fund
January 2017 – August 2017


Member Services Cluster, Home Development Mutual Fund
March 2010 – December 2016

Senior Vice President

Member Services Sector, Home Development Mutual Fund
May 2001 – March 2010


Home Development Mutual Fund
October 2006 – March 2010

Executive Director

TUCP Workers College Foundation Inc.
February 2004 – March 2010

General Secretary

Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP Partylist)
January 2004 – March 2010


Export Development Council
January 1999 – March 2010

Member of the Executive Committee

Tripartite Industrial Peace Council, Department Of Labor and Employment (TIPC-DOLE)
January 1997 – March 2010


Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP Labor Center)
1998 – 2003


Asia-Pacific Youth Committee, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
1998 – 2001

Council Member

Formal Labor and Migrant Workers Sector (NAPC)
August 1997 – September 2001

Board Member, Representing the Labor Sector

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

Educational Background


2015–2017, Master in Public Management

Ateneo De Manila University
Quezon City, Philippines

2003, Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science

University of the East
Manila, Philippines
Vocational Degree

1993, Basic Computer Operation

Systems Technology Institute (STI)
Manila, Philippines


Jose Rizal College
Mandaluyong City, Philippines


Highway Hills Elementary School
Mandaluyong City, Philippines


  • Career Executive Service Eligible, CES Board 2011
  • Career Service Eligibility – Professional, 2009, CSC