JCI names 10 TOYM winners.

 JCI names 10 TOYM winners.

The Junior Chamber International (JCI) has recently announced the winners of the Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) award for 2021. The TOYM award is given to young men who have made significant contributions to their respective fields and communities.

This year’s winners come from various backgrounds and industries, but they all share a common goal of making a positive impact on society. Among the winners are:

1. Dr. Jose Antonio Alfonso – a medical doctor who has been at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19 in the Philippines.

2. Atty. Kristoffer James Purisima – a lawyer who has been advocating for the rights of marginalized sectors, particularly the LGBTQ+ community.

3. Engr. John Paul D. Antes – an engineer who has been working on sustainable energy solutions to address the country’s energy crisis.

4. Dr. John Paul F. Vergara – a scientist who has been conducting research on the conservation of endangered species in the Philippines.

5. Mr. Jomar Fleras – a social entrepreneur who has been providing livelihood opportunities for marginalized communities through his business ventures.

6. Mr. Mark Anthony L. Abenir – a teacher who has been advocating for inclusive education and has been working to improve the quality of education in his community.

7. Mr. Jef Menguin – a leadership coach who has been helping individuals and organizations develop their leadership skills.

8. Mr. Jayson Villagomez – a journalist who has been reporting on issues affecting marginalized communities and has been advocating for press freedom.

9. Mr. John Michael S. Santos – a public servant who has been working to improve the delivery of government services to his constituents.

10. Mr. Mark Lester C. Chan – a businessman who has been promoting sustainable tourism and has been working to preserve the country’s natural resources.

The TOYM award is a recognition of the hard work and dedication of these young men in their respective fields. It is also a reminder that young people can make a significant impact on society if given the opportunity and support.

The JCI hopes that the recognition given to these young men will inspire others to follow in their footsteps and work towards making a positive change in their communities. The TOYM award is a testament to the power of youth and the potential they hold to shape the future.