Magisterial Lectures

Winning With Data

In this lecture, Enzo Flojo discusses the importance of presenting data in a digestible and engaging manner when analyzing it and eventually, creating value from it.

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Juan Lorenzo R Flojo, MA Ed, LPT

Enzo Flojo is an accomplished educator with an extensive background in sports media, varsity coaching, and data analytics.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Development Studies and a Master's Degree in Basic Education Teaching, both from the Loyola Schools.

He is also the only Asian columnist for the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), was among the UAAP basketball analysts for ABSCBN Sports, and applies data analytics principles as an assistant coach for the Ateneo de Manila Blue Eaglets and as Assistant Principal for Formation at the Ateneo de Manila Junior High School, where he has been teaching since 2007.

In this lecture, Enzo Flojo discusses the importance of presenting data in a digestible and engaging manner when analyzing it and eventually, creating value from it.

Enzo Flojo is an accomplished educator with an extensive background in sports media, varsity coaching, and data analytics.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Development Studies and a Master's Degree in Basic Education Teaching, both from the Loyola Schools.

He is also the only Asian columnist for the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), was among the UAAP basketball analysts for ABSCBN Sports, and applies data analytics principles as an assistant coach for the Ateneo de Manila Blue Eaglets and as Assistant Principal for Formation at the Ateneo de Manila Junior High School, where he has been teaching since 2007.


The Magisterial Lecture series is a collection of selected talks from Ateneo classes, delivered by some of the University’s most respected faculty members. They are produced and shared for the benefit of learners everywhere. Magisterial Lectures will be available on Areté’s YouTube channel for free.

Magisterial Lectures is an Areté Production done in partnership with The Department of Communication, Loyola Schools and the Eugenio Lopez Jr. Center for Multimedia Communication.

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