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First for Five: Dennis Cunanan leads the 2005 JCIP National Board’s First Meeting Agenda

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Published on February 27, 2014

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First for Five: Dennis Cunanan leads the 2005 JCIP National Board’s First Meeting Agenda In 2004, Dennis Cunanan (or “Decu”, as he is fondly known among his fellow members) of the Magalang Chapter swept the election for the National Presidency of the Philippine chapter of Junior Chamber International against rival Manuel A. Yao Jr., with nearly 200 votes from members of JCI nationwide. The campaign also put Dennis Cunanan’s running mates Hanorio P. Chu and Fulbert C. Woo on the winning ticket, as National Senior Executive Vice President and National Treasurer, respectively. In its first scheduled meeting since its official assumption in January 1 of 2005, the National Board of Directors duly concentrated on its objectives, strategies, and plans of action for what looked to be another year of busy work. Decu streamlined the objectives of the board to be inclusive of “Training, Entrepreneurship, and the Integration of the Family” in JCI’s Philippine activities, such as business seminars and youth involvement. January 8 proved to be an important segue to the discussion of leadership in JCI—what leadership for global impact among young leaders in JCI meant for them, and how to give opportunities for leadership and skills development so that members might aspire to become visionary leaders in themselves. Among some of the objectives discussed by Decu and the National Board of Directors were: Visit our website @ http://denniscunananjci.com/

To make JCI “a world class leadership training organization which is progressive in its methods and style of work and attuned with the fastchanging technology in organization management”;  To spearhead JCI as “creatively dynamic in the formulation and implementation of its various programs, so that its relevance as long established in Philippine civic society will be felt by a broader mass of people”; and  To help JCI grow in “the establishment of appropriate linkages with the various sectors of the Philippine society as well as the holding of regular dialogues at various levels.”  With these clear and sound plans in mind, the 2005 administration set about crafting plans and solutions for leadership opportunities, creating a network of young minds and improving the processes necessary to lead others in community-driven organizational development. Among the activities leading up to the First Meeting were the induction of the new JCI officers at JCI Philippines Balambasan in December, presided by National Vice President for Cagayan Valley Albert Raphael A. Lesaca; the courtesy call of JCI Philippines Mauban to Mauban Municipal Mayor Fernando Q. Llamas’s office, also in December, for the sake of initiating relief activities for the victims of Typhoon Winnie (a tropical cyclone in 2004 that claimed the lives of almost 1600 Filipinos due to flooding); and the holding of an “Effective Customer Relations” seminar by JCI Philippines Dipolog, in partnership with the Dipolog Chamber of Commerce in November. Junior Chamber International Philippines is the national chapter of JCI, a non-profit organization driven by Young Active Citizens Creating Positive Change. JCI is the oldest and most premier leadership development organization in Asia, from its founding in 1947. Its members are fondly called ‘The Philippine Jaycees’. Visit our website @ http://denniscunananjci.com/

As of this time, JCI has expanded to more than 100 countries all over the world, in 5000 communities, and holding a 200,000-strong base of members aged 18-40—with more than 6000 young professionals and entrepreneurs from 200 communities in the Philippines alone, in solidarity with the rest of the organization for furthering a goal of global impact of positive change, specifically through entrepreneurship and training. Sources: “2005 JCIP National Board Convene for First Meeting.” 2005. Philippine Leader Vol.8 No. 1.  Junior Chamber International Philippines Website. http://www.jci.org.ph/.  Visit our website @ http://denniscunananjci.com/

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