MICHAEL R. OCAMPO

Councilor
Address
3/F BOC Bldg., City Government Complex, Maysilo Circle, Barangay Plainview, Mandaluyong City
Contact Numbers
(02) 8535-3483 xx / (02) 8532-5001 local 630 xx
Email
konsimikeocampo@yahoo.com

Info

Michael Reduta Ocampo was born on March 17, 1958 as the second eldest son of six children of Santiago G. Ocampo and Lourdes R. Ocampo. He is married to Purisima S. Ocampo, and they have three children namely, Mary Anne, a licensed dentist; Fernando, a former city councilor; and Jacquelynn, a licensed nurse. 

Mike, as he is fondly called by his peers, is an industrial engineer. He took up Masteral Degree in Local Governance at the University of Makati. 

From 1980-2004, he served as a real property appraiser at the City Assessor’s Office for almost 25 years wherein he assisted the city government to increase its revenue for its compulsory tax collections. 

In 2004, he realized that he can serve more the Mandaleños by running as a City Councilor for District 2. With God’s blessings, he captured the trust of the Mandaleños and won as an independent candidate. 

In his 1st term, he headed the Committee on Human Rights. He made resolutions regarding the rights of persons with disability, children and women. 

In his 2nd and 3rd terms, he headed the Committee on Landed Estate, Peace and Order and chaired the Tricycle Franchising Board wherein he made the resolutions for the housing projects of the city government under the Land for the Landless and the Homeless Program. 

After his nine-year term that ended in 2013 as city councilor, he was appointed the position of Public Relations Officer IV at the Office of the City Mayor. He served this position for nine years.

In 2022 national and local elections, after his son Councilor “Dong” Ocampo likewise finished his nine-year term, Mike decided to run for the 4th time as a City Councilor and by God’s grace, shone again. He won. 

One of Mike’s realization in life is…” The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others.”

“SIPAG AT KATAPATAN…MAAASAHAN”

TULOY-TULOY AND PAGTUTULONG