Ambassador NOEL SERVIGON
Philippine Permanent Representative to the
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
Ambassador Noel Eugene Eusebio M. Servigon is a career Foreign Service Officer of the Republic of the Philippines. He joined the Department of Foreign Affairs in 1988. His diplomatic postings were in Vienna, Austria as Third/Second Secretary, Vice Consul/ Consul and Alternate Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency; in Ankara, Turkey, as First Secretary and Consul; in The Hague, Netherlands as First Secretary, Consul, and Deputy Permanent Representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons; in Abu Dhabi, UAE, as Minister and Consul General; in Manado, Indonesia, as Chief of Mission and Consul General; in Hong Kong as Chief of Mission and Consul General; and in Hanoi as the Philippine Ambassador to the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam. On 8 May 2019, he assumed his position as Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Philippines to ASEAN.
At the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila, he served in the Office of Personnel and Administrative Services, Office of ASEAN Affairs (as Director for the then-ASEAN Standing Committee), Office of United Nations and Other International Organizations, Office of the Undersecretary for Administration and as an Assistant Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Head of the Human Resources Management Office.
Ambassador Servigon has degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws and Master of Public Management from the University of the Philippines.
His first job was teaching. He has taught history, political science, and consular-diplomatic affairs in several colleges in Iloilo City and Manila.
Ambassador Servigon was born in 1962 in Iloilo City. He is married to Marichu Torrato Servigon, formerly a Training Specialist at the Foreign Service Institute. They have two adult sons, Eugene Sumakwel and Patrick Suleiman.