Rodolfo Noel I. Lozada, Jr. is an electronics and communications engineer and former chief executive officer of the Philippine Forest Corporation who served as a technical consultant to former Socio-economic Planning Secretary Romulo Neri on the national broadband project.
A graduate of the University of Santo Tomas, he has a 20-year experience in executive and management positions in the private sector.
Lozada assumed the post of president and CEO of PhilForest, a corporate arm of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, in 2004.
He directed the government's program for the propagation and commercial cultivation of tuba-tuba or jatropha plant, a source of biodiesel.
Lozada hails from Ligao City in Albay.
He is also a golfer, and plays in Wack-Wack at least once a week.
-  – GMA News Research