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Babby Mejia

Babby Mejia


Babby is an experienced consultant, trainer, and coach with close to twenty (20) years of relevant practice in global supply chain (Maersk Line), consulting and training (NevilleClarke), telecommunications (Globe Telecom), electronics manufacturing (Intel), and the academe (University of the Philippines).

His specialization includes Lean Six Sigma, Accelerating Change, and Innovation and Program Management for Leaders and Executives. His team was responsible for embedding the DNA of continuous excellence in Maersk Line. His leadership in process excellence resulted to an accumulated USD25 million savings over a three-year period. His team of experienced and Master Black Belts has trained and mentored a total of 110+ Black Belts, 150+ Green Belts, 400+ Yellow Belts and 900+ White Belts across the globe.

He has conducted leadership training workshops across the globe including Spain, Brazil, Denmark, and the United States. His latest stint includes leadership workshops in the Philippines, China, and India.

He considers helping professionals and organizations in their journey towards excellence as his personal mission.

His personal certifications include:

  • Certified Master Black Belt (CMBB) by American Society for Quality (ASQ)
  • Project Management Professional (PMP®) by Project Management Institute
  • Certified Projects in Controlled Environments (PRINCE2®) Practitioner by Office of Government Commerce, United Kingdom
  • Certified Trainer of Dr. De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats®

He earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (Cum Laude) at the University of the Philippines and his Master of Science in Information Technology at the Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business.

Phone: (Globe) (02) 919-2734 | (PLDT) (02) 260-5081 | (PLDT Landline Plus (02 697-0960
Mobile: (Globe) 0915-749-5467 | (Smart) 0939-217-2755
Unit A2, Block 8, Lot 8, Buenmar Avenue, Phase 4
Greenland Executive Village, Brgy San Juan, Cainta, Rizal 1900