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Upcoming: Gumball Rally on April 24

Gumball Rally 2016
JCI Alabang JCI Lipa Gumball Rally 2016

JCI Alabang JCI Lipa Gumball Rally 2016

Bring your best cars as we go for a ride to fight cancer! JCI Alabang and JCI Lipa would like to invite everyone to our early early morning joint project on Apr 24, 2016.

For those with super cars, we invite you to join the gathering of Super Cars in the Metro to embark in a cross-area Alabang-Lipa-Alabang trip for Cancer awareness.

Meet-up: Manong’s Bar and Grill, Alabang, 5:00am
Breakfast at Summit Point Golf and Country Club, Brgy Plaridel, Lipa City, Batangas
Lunch at Manong’s Bar and Grill, Alabang

Entry Fee: P1,000/ car

For the benefit of Cancer Warriors Foundation.  This event is a partnership project of JCI Alabang and JCI Lipa.

Contact EVP George Flordeliza (+63 917 853 7634) for more information.


United for a Cause: Medical Mission in Alabang Elementary School

United for a cause medical Mission by JCI Alabang

Jan 31, 2016 – Alabang Elementary School

What a fulfilling experience! JCI Alabang helped serve 500-600 individuals in an initiative to bring healthcare to the poor families of Muntinlupa. We came equipped with hundreds of medicines, 6 doctors, 30 health workers, 8 barbers and 1 mobile clinic.
Great job Com Dev Director Ton Baes and Super Member Boss Mark Lester Baes for an awesome project.

Thanks to Unilab for lending us the Mobile Lab bus fully equipped with the X-ray, ECG and urinalysis.

Thanks to the teams:
JCI Queueing and Screening Team: EVP George Flordeliza Charmaine Godino Vicky Martinez Eugene Lucas Acevedo Jr. Janette Lim Vincent Sing Yumul

JCI Pharmacy Team: Iza Antonio Neil Ong Kiel Villamin Aimee Flordeliza Miguel G. Carandang Katrina Castillo Jen Fidel Kate Ngo

JCI Photographer Gian Ncino

Thanks to Councilor Robert Baes, his family, and Baes Team for the medicine and logistics support.

Thanks to Barangay Alabang for welcoming us!

Thanks RVP Haresh Daswani for joining us in our comdev event!

Thank you also Marc Tan and Tito Emilio Yu for your generosity!

#jci #jcialabang #jcialabangrising #thinkbuildrise


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Joint General Membership Meeting – JCI Alabang and JCI Ortigas – January 2016

JCI Alabang x Ortigas GMM

Last January 21, 2016, JCI Alabang and JCI Ortigas hosted a Joint General Membership Meeting in Palms Country Club, Alabang.  In this evening, Innovations and Investment were tackled.  This evening was also the night the two JCI Local Organizations, JCI Alabang and JCI Ortigas formalized their twinning agreements.  The twinning agreement was witnessed by JCI Metro Area Vice President Bong Quiroga.

Innovation and Impact by Impact Hub MNL’s Liza ANdrea Kuster
2016 Investment Outlook by Mr Luis Limlingan of Regina Capital
Introducing the JCI Advantage by National Chairman Vicky Martinez
Twinning Ceremony of JCI Alabang and JCI Ortigas

Jan 21, 2016 – Palms Country Club, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines


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Haven for Children Christmas Party with The Feast Alabang

Christmas Party at Haven for Children - The Feast Alabang and JCI Alabang

JCI Alabang, in partnership with The Feast Alabang Outreach Ministry, held an early Christmas celebration with the Haven for Children Kids last November 30, 2015.

Haven for Children is a center for street children recovering from substance abuse. Having a Christmas party for the kids meant a break from their usual routine. They actively participated in the parlor games, and even showcased their dancing talents in a group dance off. A small salo-salo was held afterwards.

The Feast Outreach Ministry also held a short Catechism session with the kids, as well as a group sharing of their Christmas wishes/prayers.

JCI Alabang would like to thank The Feast Alabang Outreach Ministry for hosting the event. Big thanks also to 2016 Director for Community Deelopment Ton Baes for organizing the Christmas party, and to those who were part of the event: 2016 President RJ Paguyo, 2015 President Aimee Flordeliza, 2014 President Vicky Martinez, 2016 Public Relations and Social Media Commissioner Jen Fidel, 2015 SG KC Ang, and Bryan Mata.

To anyone interested, Haven for Children is selling their own Christmas decorations and handicrafts. Christmas lanterns (parol) are being sold for P50.00 only. You may purchase them at the Haven for Children Center, right across Alabang Town Center (along Alabang Zapote).

Haven for Children Christmas Party with The Feast Alabang Outreach Ministry
November 30, 2015 – Haven for Children


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JCI Alabang Hosts the JCI World President in the Legacy 101 Forum: My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar

JCI World President Ismail Haznedar in the Legacy 101 Forum: My Positive Change hosted by JCI Alabang
Legacy 101 Forum My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar

Legacy 101 Forum My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar

JCI Alabang is honored to organize and host the JCI World President Ismail Haznedar in his final day in the Philippines last November 20, 2015 in Luxent Hotel, Quezon City.

Mr. Ismail Haznedar was in the country from Nov 18-20 to participate in the JCI Philippines community development activities and meet the local members. His visit was culminated with a business forum on

The forum was attended by 95 JCI members from all over the country.

The event emcees were JCI Makati’s Ernest Hernandez and JCI Ortigas’s Daniel Lee. The event was started with JCI Alabang’s 2016 EVP George Flordeliza who lead the audience in reciting the JCI Values, Prayer and Mission. Metro Area AVP and National President-Elect Steve Tycangco delivered the opening remarks. JCI Philippines National
President and 2016 JCI World Vice President for Asia and Pacific Marc Brian Lim delivered JCI Philippines’s message.

Mr Ismail shared with the group his slogan “Commit-Connect-Share” and how he embodied this in his JCI term as World President. He also shared how he overcame his fears for a purpose.

After his talk, the audience were given the chance to ask their questions. The open forum was moderated by JCI Manilena’s Chenny Galano.

A plaque of appreciation was given by the event hosts and co-presenters– a Plaque of Appreciation and a Barong Tagalog from Bergamo. The Barong Tagalog is the National Dress of the Philippines.  The barong is usually given to heads of state during international conferences hosted in the Philippines.  Mr Ismail was given a Barong Tagalog as the holder of the highest position in the international organization.

JCI Alabang President (2015) Aimee Flordeliza closed the session thanking everyone who helped make the forum possible.

The JCI group was given the chance to take their photos with JCI World President.

Legacy 101 Forum: My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail HaznedarLuxent Hotel, Nov 20, 2015Hosted by JCI…

Posted by JCI Alabang on Saturday, November 21, 2015

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Legacy 101 Forum: My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar

Legacy 101 Forum: My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar
Legacy 101 Forum My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar

Legacy 101 Forum My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar


The 2015 JCI World President Ismail Haznedar will be in town from Nov 18-20, 2015.    JCI Alabang and JCI Metro Area are hosting the culminating event for the JCI World President’s visit: Legacy 101 Forum: My Positive Change with JCI World President Ismail Haznedar.


Date and time: Nov 20 (Friday), 12:00pm – 3:00pm

Venue: Luxent Hotel, Timog Ave, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Attire: Business Attire

No Assessment fees (FREE) but with limited seats.  Pre-registration is required.

Eventbrite Registration: bit.ly/legacy101forum


During this forum, President Ismail will share with the group his positive change during his term as World President.


Priority for Registration:

From Nov 14-17, 12 noon: National Board Officers (2015 and 2016), Batch Legacy Presidents, and Batch 101 Presidents.

Nov 17 12noon until Nov 20: Open to all JCI members. Pre-registration is required.


About Ismail Haznedar

Ismail Haznedar is strategist and business consultant, with a successful professional experience in start-up, business modelling and value creation process of companies. Presently he is the Managing Director of Stratejik Isler, a consultancy company focusing on growth, development and strategy execution. He is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) and Fellow Member of Strategic Planning Society (SPS).

Born in 1976 in Tetovo, Macedonia, Ismail Haznedar graduated from Middle East Technical University (METU), earning a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Business Management in 2000. He also completed Masters Degree on Marketing from Marmara University in 2005. He speaks Turkish and English.

Ismail Haznedar is elected as President of Junior Chamber International (JCI) for year 2015. Haznedar joined JCI Eurasia Istanbul in 2005. He became Chapter President in 2008, honored as Most Outstanding President of the Year, National General Secretary in 2009 and National President in 2010, with highest growth rate in Europe Area. He served as JCI Vice President assigned for Europe during 2011 and UN Affairs Commissioner for Europe during 2012. In year 2013 was appointed as Chief Executive Assistant to the President and in 2014 he served as Executive Vice President assigned for Europe. He is honored to be a life time member and Senator, is Foundation Member and Certified National Trainer (CNT).


What is the attire?

Business attire

Is the event free?

Yes, the event is free.  However there are only limited seats.  Kindly pre-register so we can save you a seat.

Will lunch be served?

Yes, lunch will be served in the event. Kindly advise us if you have dietary restrictions.

What are my parking options getting to the event?

Luxent Hotel has available parking spaces for guests. The parking fee is P50 per day.

I want to contribute to the event. Who do I contact?

Thank you for your assistance.  You can contact JCI Alabang Pres. Aimee Flordeliza for this event. Mobile 0918-911-5386 and Email aimee.jcialabang@gmail.com


Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

You can contact JCI Alabang Pres. Aimee Flordeliza for this event. Mobile 0918-911-5386 and Email aimee.jcialabang@gmail.com

How does the priority of registration work?

Priority for registration until Nov 17, 12 noon are National Board members (2015 and 2016), Batch Legacy Presidents, and Batch 101 Presidents. Starting Nov 17 in the afternoon, all remaining seats will be available on a first-come-first served basis to JCI members.


Is my registration/ticket transferable?

Kindly inform the event organizer in case of substitution.


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No need.


Happy United Nations Day!

UN Day

Happy United Nations Day!

While JCI celebrates ‪#‎100YearsofImpact‬, the United Nations celebrates 70 years of work in the areas of peace and security, development and human rights! Join in congratulating and celebrating with us on October 24th! Learn more about the history of the UN today!

TRIVIA: JCI is a recognized partner of the UN. The globe in the UN flag is the same one as the globe enclosed in a shield in the JCI logo.


While JCI celebrates #100YearsofImpact, the United Nations celebrates 70 years of work in the areas of peace and…

Posted by JCI on Thursday, October 22, 2015


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Call for Donations for Supertyphoon Lando Relief Operations

Super typhoon Lando has made landfall this weekend in the Philippines (Oct 17, 2015).  The Northern Luzon areas are heavily affected.

In preparation for the relief operations, JCI Alabang has activated Oplan Bilis Bangon. We are calling for donations for distribution for the evacuation centers for the affected residents.

We are collecting items such as blankets, canned goods, and water. Comfort items such as stuffed toys for kids will be appreciated.

All items collected will be given to JCI Philippines who are in touch of groups who can reach the affected areas in Northern Luzon including Baler among others.

Alabang address:

(C/o JCI Alabang) 234 Santiago St, Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City

Mandaluyong Address:

(c/o Danielle Lee, JCI Ortigas) GA tower, EDSA corner Boni Ave, Mandaluyong City


(C/o JCI Manilena) 57 San Agustin St, Capitol 8, Pasig City

San Juan:

(C/o JCI Manilena) Primo Media, 3F, 94 A Rita St, Brgy Batis, San Juan City

JCI Philippines announcement:


Greetings, JCI Philippines. Let us join hands and unite during this time of need. We are now accepting donations in kind for the victims of typhoon lando. They need canned goods, blankets, clothing and medicines.
Official drop off points:


Filoil flying V arena, Santolan Road brgy Corazon de Jesus San Juan


GA Towers, edsa cor boni ave Mandaluyong


WIN Action Center, MacArthur Highway, Malinta, Valenzuela City

Note: it is best to collect from your chapters/areas and send them to our drop offs in boxes and not sorted. The official drop off will be the one repacking it so that it would be equally sorted.
Beneficiaries will be Area 1 with priority to the most affected to the least affected places

For more information, you may contact:
Danielle Lee

2014 JCI Oplan Kaagapay National Chairman

Acting 2015 National Chairman

Mobile: 0917-5713800

Thank you and lets do the JCI PHILIPPINES!!!


FOR: TYPHOON “‪#‎LandoPH‬”


ISSUED AT 5:00 AM, 18 OCTOBER 2015 by www.gov.ph

(Valid for broadcast until the next bulletin to be issued at 11 AM today)

Typhoon “LANDO” has made landfall over Casiguran, Aurora and has remained almost stationary.

Estimated rainfall amount is from heavy to intense within the 600 km diameter of the typhoon.

Fisherfolk are advised not to venture out over the seaboards of Luzon, Visayas and the northern and eastern seaboard of Mindanao.

Occasional rains and gusty winds will be experienced over provinces under PSWS #1 while those under PSWS #2, #3 and #4 will have stormy weather. Residents in low lying and mountainous areas of the provinces with PSWS are alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides.

Storm surge may reach to a maximum of 3 – 4 meters in Aurora and neighboring provinces.

Wave height in open sea may reach up to 14 meters or higher.

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JCI Alabang attends the IESE World Economics Briefing

IESE World Economics Briefing

MAKATI, Philippines — It was a great day of learning and fellowship as renowned economist and IESE Business School Professor Pedro Videla presented the World Economic Outlook for this year 2015 at the Makati Shangrila Hotel. Two sessions were held last September 10, 2015 to senior business leaders and managers from industries that operate across borders. The morning session was geared towards more senior leaders while the evening session was for the IESE alumni, managers, and friends.

IESE alumni, future students, JCI members, friends, and guests were treated to informative sessions of what the current global situation is and where the global economy is headed. Insights from past economic history, to the impacts on the recessions of countries such as China and Greece were brilliantly interconnected by Professor Videla.

As for his insights in the outlook of the Philippine economy, he was still positive with the economic growth of our nation. Factors like the rise of the BPO sector here and high overseas Filipino worker remittances have given this country a boost in terms of having a bullish economy for the past five years. Although consumption would be at a high for most of the Philippine economy, the lack of infrastructure would be a hindrance to a more effective growth. The country’s lack of roads and an efficient public transport system would be detrimental to the Philippine’s economic growth.

Before the forums ended, Anjaney Bowankar, IESE’s Regional Director for Southeast Asia and India provided some information on some of the programs that IESE has to offer. The most recent one is the Inaugural World Executive MBA that would start by early 2016. Overall these were remarkable events full of insights that kept us up to date on how we can adapt to the economic conditions we face in national and global perspective.  The sessions are organized by IESE Business School with much assistance from IESE Alumni Carina Gemperle and Gigi Zulueta.

Through the effort of JCI Alabang President Aimee Flordeliza and Local Training Director Gabriel Gonzalez, both alumni of IESE MBA program, JCI members were invited to this unique learning event. Those in attendance included JCI Philippines National President-Elect Steve Tycangco, JCI Alabang 2014 President Vicky Martinez, JCI Perlas Pasay President Maje Mambo, JCI Makati Princess Urduja President Yvette Deloso, JCI Alabang board of directors and members, and JCI Perlas Pasay members. Friends from the Rotary Club of Alabang and the Muntinlupa Real Estate Board also got to attend the informative sessions. JCI Alabang looks forward to events with the IESE Business School.

The Organizers
IESE Business School. Founded in 1958, IESE is the graduate business school of the University of Navarra, and one of the world’s top ten institutions. A pioneer in MBA and executive education, IESE develops leaders who seek to make a positive, deep and lasting impact on companies and society. It distinguishes itself in its general management approach, extensive use of the case method, international outreach, emphasis on developing a global mindset and placing people at the heart of managerial decision making. Truly universal in outlook, IESE currently has campuses in Barcelona, Madrid, Munich, New York and Sao Paolo, and delivers programs in over forty countries.  www.iese.edu

An information session on the MBA program will be held on October 5, 2015.  You may contact JCI Alabang (jcialabang2014@gmail.com) if you are interested to attend.
The World Executive MBA. The World Executive MBA is a blended learning program for senior executives with the depth and academic rigor of an MBA. Delivered jointly by IESE and CEIBS, the program draws on a combination of unique synergies and more than 20 years of collaboration. You will be exposed to business practices in five continents. Our faculty of global business experts will accompany you on this journey, helping you deepen your knowledge, broaden your perspective and gain insights into your own leadership style, and into how you can and do impact the world around you. On completion of the program, you will graduate with a dual degree from both IESE and CEIBS. The World Executive MBA is held in the following locations: Shanghai, Barcelona, Shenzhen, New York, Munich, Silicon Valley, Sao Paulo, India, Africa, Singapore and Indonesia. Applications are by invitation only. The first cohort begins early 2016. www.theworldexecutivemba.com



Writeup by JCI Alabang member, Kiel Villamin
Photos by: Charm Godino, Aimee Flordeliza

JCI Alabang Attends the IESE World Economics BriefingSep 10, 2015 – Makati Shangri-la

Posted by JCI Alabang on Tuesday, September 15, 2015