Our Organization

The Global Green Technologies Corporation

Global Green Technologies Corporation is registered on January 10, 2009 in the State of New York.  Not afraid to start an international development consulting business at the height of the most recent global recession in history, GGTC  embraced the recession as an inspiration to carry out research and eventually engaged in promoting alternative development thinking in line with addressing the most pressing problems in the world particularly in the areas of environment, energy, food production, and employment creation.

What sets us apart from other consulting firms and investment facilitators is the availability of investment models that we have because we believe that it should be done, not because clients such as government agencies and international organizations are asking us to do. Surprisingly, the approach attracts the interest of clients who are also willing to undertake innovations.  Using only the website as our marketing tool with some personal referrals, our exposure to very diversified projects has slowly grown through the years. Despite a slow pace of development, we have persevered. Finally, we decided to consolidate our works and published in August 2018 the book Business Models for Collective Governance.

While looking for the right time to write the book, our attention has been directed to use the current trend in communicating our ideas and do it ourselves. Finally, we have now the Collective Enterprise as our digital magazine for international development.


Eduardo Bacolod, Principal Owner and Editor

Eduardo D. Bacolod is an immigrant from the Philippines residing in New York City. He is a development planner by training and present professional practice. His current interests and engagements are focused on fund generation for international development and humanitarian projects. He has consolidated his works in the last 30 years into the book entitled Business Models for Collective Governance. The publication is the first of an international book writing series that crafts business models for national development planning in the developing countries of the world.  

He received an assignment from the  Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN and the Ministry of Agriculture of Fiji to prepare the national agriculture development policy of Fiji. 

His educational qualifications include Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics from the University of the Philippines Los Baños and Master of Science in Social Development Planning and Management from the Centre for Development Studies of the  University of Wales Swansea in the United Kingdom as a British Chevening Scholar. He attended a training course in Project Management and Programme Administration in the Netherlands.

Simplicio Endaya, Principal Partner

Simplicio L.  Endaya has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of the Philippines Diliman. He is senior-level marketing, purchasing, and management professional with over 20 years of experience developing solutions, building relationships and promoting client interests among diverse audiences in domestic and international markets, particularly the US, the Philippines, and Southeast Asia. Specialty areas include economic and market research, contract negotiation, government relations and business development for government, NGO, and private sector firms. He served the Office of the President of the Philippines as Assistant Secretary for Flagship Projects

Jocelyn U. Bacolod, Finance and Administration Manager

Jocelyn Urriza Bacolod has a Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree from Eastern Laguna Colleges in the Philippines. She is a  Licensed Certified Public Accountant in the country. She started her career in a World Bank-funded project in the Department of Agriculture of the Philippines, the  Agricultural Support Services Project.  While in the project, she attended a Financial Management Course at the  National University of Singapore. She transferred to the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) and served as Chief Budget Officer and Chief Accountant.  In the US. she has gained experience in auditing and tax preparation and accounting while working for  Christopher Keller, CPA, franchisee, Liberty Tax Service, Haverstraw, New York.

Yegor Cillik, U.S. Partner

Yegor Cillik has been involved in strategic business planning for the last 30 years during which time he obtains a keen understanding of the various cultures that influence the demographic characteristics where the various project concepts he is involved with are undertaken. His method of project initiation encompasses thorough research of all accessible information to help his team to create the most feasibly assessed conceptual plan while maintaining his creativity within the development team.

Nephtali De Jesus, Science and Animal Industry Development Adviser 

Nephtali De Jesus gains extensive experience in the swine industry with Ciba Geigy and as a private consultant for large farms in the Philippines.  His aggregate experience in farm management in North Carolina for Smithfield and in Kansas for Choice Genetics provides very vital managerial expertise and technical know-how for the modernization of the swine and livestock industries in the Philippines and other developing countries. He is going to provide his insight into the introduction of new animal husbandry and veterinary practices. He will pioneer the on-line training for animal husbandry, swine breeding, meat packing,  and research using the  Collective Enterprise digital media platform.

Nepthali de Jesus is a graduate of the University of the Philippines Los Banos with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree, major in Animal Science.

Manny Bacolod, Ph.D., Science Adviser

Manny Bacolod is an Assistant  Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at  Weill Cornell Medical College since 2015. Prior to this present post, he served as an instructor at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Group Leader at Brigham and Women’s Hospital,  Postdoctoral Associate in Microbiology and Immunology at Weill Cornell Medical College, and  Postdoctoral Associate at Duke University Medical Center.

Dr. Bacolod’s current works focus on employing predictive approaches that can be applied to various topics in cancer. The eventual aim is for these bioinformatic observations to be experimentally validated, clinically translated (for some), and IP protected (for some).  

He graduated from the University of Connecticut with a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry.  He earned the degree of Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology from the  University of the Philippines in Diliman (Cum laude) as one of the first graduates in the graduating class of the program in 1991.

Sotero Bumagat, International  Development Adviser

Sotero Bumagat has more than 40 years of proven track record and experience that span broad areas in agribusiness, rural development, and agro-industrial development in the Philippines, North America, and Africa. His current interest is integrated agro-industrial development with fund generation of innovative but large scale projects. His experiences in teaching and research, project planning and development, and project management cover specialized fields in agriculture. These fields include animal reproductive management, artificial insemination, semen processing and embryo transfer in cattle, commercial indoor gourmet and specialty mushroom production, seed production technology management, advance corn breeding technologies using the doubled haploid and genomics and marker-assisted breeding,  commercial beef, dairy, pig and poultry farming,  agronomy,  greenhouse management,  and hydroponics/aeroponics.