Friday, July 9, 2010


Her Excellency Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo graced as Guest of Honor during the awarding of JCI Philippines The Outstanding Young Men Award of 2009 in Malacanang Palace .

The TOYM award is widely recognized as the country’s most prestigious recognition for young men & women whose selfless dedication to their field resulted to significant contributions to the country and our countrymen.

This year, six distinguished young Filipinos made it to the final cut of this year’s JCI search. As announced by former Chief Justice Artemio V. Panganiban, Chairman of the 2009 TOYM Board of Judges with JCI Philippines National President Fulbert C. Woo and 2009 TOYM Search Chair Glenn B. Santos, the formal Awards Ceremony was held at the Rizal Hall, Malacanang Palace last December 8, 2009 with no less than Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was the Guest of Honor.

The 2009 members of the Board of Judges are Philhealth President Dr. Reynaldo Aquino, Ayala Foundation President Victoria Garchitorena, Development Academy of the Philippines Chairman Antonio Kalaw, De La Salle University President and Chancellor Bro. Armin Luistro, Philippine Daily Inquirer Editor in Chief Leticia Jimenez-Magsanoc, Naga City Mayor Jesse Robredo and the Chairman, Former Chief Justice Artemio V. Panganiban.

This year’s honorees has joined the elite circle of 418 awardees since its inception in 1959, are Mary Joy Canon-Abaquin for Education; Jose Roberto Alday Alampay for Democracy and Human Rights Advocacy; Ma. Anthonette Velasco-Allones for Career Executive Service; Raymund Joseph Teves Laurel for Arts/Fashion Design; Eliseo Lucero Prisno for Maritime Health; and Maria Victoria Morales-Reyno for Broadcast Journalism.

This year’s nominees were screened by a panel of former TOYM Awardees headed by Atty. Theodore Te (TOYM 2002 – Law) with members: Dr. Rafael Consunji (TOYM 2006 -Medicine/Community Service), Dr. Eva Cutiongco-Dela Paz (TOYM 2002 – Medical Genetics), Dr. Luis Gatmaitan (TOYM 2003 - Literature), Bernido Liu (TOYM 2001 – Business and Entrepreneurship), Atty. Ma. Paz Luna (TOYM 2004 – Environmental Law) and Mayor Tobias Reynald Tiangco (TOYM 2007 – Community Service).

The TOYM is an annual project of the Junior Chamber International Philippines (Philippine Jaycees). This year’s search is made possible by the TOYM Foundation, Gerry Roxas Foundation, Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), Infinite Community Integrated Development Support (ICIDS), Manila Bulletin, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC).

The TOYM 2009 Search Working Committee is chaired by JCI Sen. Glenn B. Santos, JCI Mem. Josel N. Gaston, JCI Sen. Olivialynn U. Dizon, JCI Sen. Rosalind T. Ngo, JCI Sen. Jeannette M. De Vera, JCI Mem. Amabella Nabablit, JCI Sen. Barbara P. Cabo, JCI Mem. Leonardo Mabaquio, JCI Mem. Beata Frances Jarantilla. Adviser JCI Sen. Larry Cruz and JCI Sen. Reginald Yu.


Mary Joy Canon-Abaquin for Education. For the past 18 years, Mary Joy Canon-Abaquin has dedicated her life to the education of the Filipino Youth. An alarmed that education in the country has sunk to its lowest level and should be a primary concern. One of the systematic problems is outdated teaching strategies. Most of Philippine schools are rooted in a traditional system of teacher-centered education where knowledge is reduced to memorizing from a textbook. If our youth are to be the hope of the nation, Joy Abaquin believed pioneering revolutionary ideas in education area necessary to help the Filipino child better prepared for the demands of the 21st century and global citizenship, thus, she brought into the Philippines the educational framework of Multiple Intelligence. Joy Abaquin advocates for changes in several ways. First, she pioneered the first Multiple Intelligance Educational Institution, serving preschool to high school students that has a specific thrust forleadership and entrepreneurship. Second, she has tried to raise awareness among teachers, parents, government and the business community through conventions and awards. Third, she has helped in capacity building and training of Filipino educators serving in the public school. Ms. Abaquin has embraced the battle cry that we should “Use our Intelligence to Make a Difference.” She has led children through the Kids Can! Movement initiatives for the environment, the handicapped, the impoverished, to show that the Filipino child can make a difference for others, and thus be the true hope pf the nation.

Jose Roberto Alday Alampay for Democracy and Human Rights Advocacy. Few things are as powerful as eloquence matched with purpose. Roby Alampay’s gift for words has clearly been sharpened by a matching passion for social justice, human freedom, and his love for the Philippines. His emergence in the field of democracy and human rights advocacy, specifically for free expression and press freedom in Southeast Asia, the Asia Society in 2006 recognized him as one of Asia’s “Young Leaders.” His work also entails bridging needs and capacities among the region’s media groups, putting investigative journalism trainings for Burmese, teaching Vietnamese citizens journalists and bloggers about internet security and safety, building up legal defense systems and funds to backstop media men harassed in court, sounding the alarm on dangerous pieces of legislations around the region, and organizing regional campaigns to the Philippines to address the problem of impunity and mounting death toll among Filipino journalist. Roby Alampay has quietly amassed a body of work -written, organized, implemented- that has gotten recognition and noted regionally as well as internationally. More important, he has not wavered in using his freedom to speak out for those deprived of their liberty.

Ma. Anthonette Velasco-Allones for Human Resources Development. Tonette Velasco-Allones has spent 22 years of exceptional service in the public sector, starting as a working Student Assistant in 1987 and rising up the ranks to become the youngest Assistant Secretary of National Defense at the age of 30 in 2000, and subsequently served the Department of labor and employment as Assistant Secretary until 2006. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Career Executive Service Board. A lawyer by profession, Atty. Allones is the epitome of the hardworking, trustworthy and innovative government official whose accomplishmentsare exemp[lary, and beneficial to the country. Her extraordinary accomplishments include her bold pursuit of policy and administrative reforms aimed at promoting the welfare of the disadvantaged groups such as the low-ranking soldiers, ordinary employees and demoralized career executive officers. She is highly commendable for her innovations and pioneering efforts supporting continuing service improvement that seeks to make service delivery to the citizenry more client-friendly, efficient, transparent and speedy. Atty. Allones is a rare paragon of integrity in the government service that is riled by allegations of corruption. Her unblemished career, along with her known probity, integrity and transparency earned her the distinction to be deputized as DOLE’s Resident Ombudman. She investigated, prosecuted and caused dismissal of a number of corrupt DOLE officials, including high-ranking Regional Directors and labor inspectors who were extorting money from medium-sized enterprises in exchange for an unremarkable labor inspection visit.

Raymund Joseph Teves Laurel for Arts/Fashion Design. RAJO’s love affair with fashion began at the early age of 11. It led him to study the art at the famed Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and later undergo further studies at the prestigious Central St. Martin’s in London. As a young designer in 1993, Rajo Laurel started to receive recognitions from different local and international award-giving bodies. In 2008, Rajo Laurel had the chance to expand his design expertise into a variety of other products and disciplines. He created a line of designer bed-sheets, designer mattresses, designer cakes, a ready to wear line, bags, a social business enterprise which helps women from impoverished communities. The most in-demand fashion designer in the country, Rajo counts among his clientele the top personalities, celebrities and politicians of the Philippines. His creations frequently grace TV screens, concert stages and the covers and pages of magazines. And to further expand his reach, he formed Laurel et Ross and built the House of Laurel. Laurel et Ross is a garment company that specializes in creating corporate uniforms designed by Rajo while House of Laurel is a boutique that carries Rajo’s line of ready-to-wear clothes for men, women, expecting mothers and children as well as accessories like bags, jewelry and shoes.

Eliseo Lucero Prisno for Maritime Health. Eliseo Lucero Prisno III is commendable for his work in the fields of maritime health, global health, science promotion and his work with the organization, Building Alliances and Leaders for Understanding and Development—BALUD. His work in these areas made significant impact on his country. Don Prisno is known in the global maritime industry as the voice of the Filipino seafarers. He fights for the rights, better health and welfare of the global seafarers and their families. His advocacy based on evidence and research contributed to a more humane maritime industry. His work has made significant impact on the 1.5 million seafarers of the world through various policy changes. He has advanced the understanding of the working lives of seafarers through his extensive research work. In the field of global health, Don Eliseo’s research has provided a better understanding of a number of issues that affect vulnerable populations such as HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, gender, poverty and globalization. He has carved out a name in the global health circle and has met many global health players. Through BALUD, Don has been in the forefront in achieving the UN MDGs and breaking the cycle of poverty among its beneficiaries in Leyte and Samar. BALUD has contributed to a number of development areas such as childhood and youth education, youth leadership, entrepreneurship, community development, giftedness program, science education and infrastructure development. BALUD also developed the concept of Centre of Excellence in Rural Elementary Education proving the point that scaling up investment in rural schools would result into quality education and community development.

Maria Victoria Morales-Reyno for Broadcast Journalism. Vicky Morales’ 19 years in television broadcasting, she has won for her work more than 40 local and international awards from revered institutions. Vicky has come along way since early days as co-anchor of veteran broadcasters Cheche Lazaro, Tina Monzon-Palma, Dong Puno and the late Jose Mari Valdez. Today, Vicky is the youngest member of what GMA News refers as its Five Pillars. Her untainted record, solid work ethic, sincerity and integrity are unquestionable and have made her role model among today’s youth. But it was the late Jaime Cardinal Sin who gave Vicky the most inspiring words she has ever received in her broadcasting career. In a personal letter, he commended Vicky as “the best example of responsible journalism”. And this is the brand of journalism that Vicky would like to be remembered by.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Project TOYM@50

Dear TOYM Awardees:


2009 marks the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of The Outstanding Young Men

As we prepare for this momentous occasion, the TOYM Board is laying out the
program of activities that will fittingly celebrate the very meaning of the TOYM
Awards, that of excellence and service to others.

50 Projects @ TOYM's 50th!


We would like to solicit for project proposals from TOYM Awardees that may be
included in the line-up. The proposed project must adhere to the following
guidelines :

1. The proposed project must be consistent with any of the 4 Areas of Opportunities of the Junior Chamber International as follows :

a. INDIVIDUAL OPPORTUNITIES: opportunities for personal development such as seminars, trainings, workshops that help improve one's skills and personality

b. COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES: opportunities to pay it forward, to give back to the community, to take care of the environment and to become catalysts for positive change, serving the greater good of the society.

c. INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: opportunities to derive awareness and understanding among different cultures around the world; to build brotherly bonds, establish networks, and opportunity to contribute towards world peace, simply by creating goodwill and friendships.

d. BUSINESS AREA OF OPPORTUNITY: opportunities in business networking activities, encouraging entrepreneurship or preparing others for successful career and business endeavours with an eye on corporate responsibility.

2. It must be achievable within the year. We are open to all types of projects,
big and small. It can be a one-day project or longer but must be completed
before the end of the year 2009. We are encouraging variety of projects so all
ideas are welcome.

3. It must, ideally, be self liquidating, any funding required realistically

4. Highly encouraged that the proponent is already very passionate about the
project and is willing to lead a group of Junior Chamber International members
in the conduct of the said project.

5. If an awardee already has an on-going project they would like to be included
in this roster of 50 activities, such a proposal is most welcome.

Guidelines for submissions:

1. Basic information required
  • a. Name of Proponent
  • b. Name of Project
  • c. Short Description of the Project
  • d. Estimated Target Beneficiaries
  • e. Estimated Time-frame from planning to execution
  • f. Estimated Budget
  • g. Estimated Manpower Required

2. Deadline for submission is on or before August 17, 2009.

Please submit the above info to lhen_toym @ or fax to JCIP Secretariat

Please take this opportunity to play a major role in TOYM's 50th Anniversary.
Let us, together, make positive impact, the kind that TOYM's prestigious alumni
is capable of.

Very Truly Yours,

Executive Director
TOYM Foundation, Inc

The Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines TOYM 2009 Launching

The Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines Launching

2009 TOYM PIC1.jpg

TOYM Search Chairman for this year is our 2007 National President Glenn B. Santos. The search which now on its 51st year recently held it launching at Club Filipino in San Juan City. Guest of Honor and Speaker is the 2007 TOYM Honoree for Public Service San Juan Mayor JV Ejercito. In the photo above is our 2009 National President Fulbert C. Woo and 2009 Chief Executive Assistant to the World President Dennis Cunanan.

The Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Awards is the premier program of JCI Philippines since 1959. The 2009 theme of the search is anchored on the theme ““Outstanding contribution, New Inspiration and Excellence” or ONE@51.

This year’s TOYM search is presented by the Gerry Roxas Foundation, JCI Sen. Dennis L. Cunanan and ICIDS Foundation in cooperation with the TOYM Foundation. Interested party can contact the JCIP Secretariat at Tel No. 373-7907 to -09, Fax No. 3744138, or email address


Tuesday, July 14, 2009

List of TOYM Awardees 1959-2008

1959 Sculpture - Abueva Napoleon
1959 Medicine - Belmonte Benjamin
1959 Music - Estanislao Aurelio
1959 Science - Juliano Jose
1959 Architecture - Locsin Leandro
1959 Jornalism - Roces Alejandro
1960 Public Service - Aquino Benigno Jr.
1960 Science - Deanon Jose, Jr.
1960 Sports - Elorde Gabriel
1960 Literature - Florentino Alberto
1960 Economics - Legarda Benito, Jr.
1960 Medicine - Martin Leonardo
1960 Economics - Roxas Sixto
1960 Film Industry - Santiago Cirio
1960 Journalism - Soliven Maximo
1960 Music - Yatco Oscar
1961 Science - Elicano Rene
1961 Community Development - Espiritu Augusto
1961 Law - Feliciano Florentino
1961 Sports - Jose Juan Maria
1961 Fine Arts - Joya Jose, Jr.
1961 Music - Kabayao Gilopez
1961 Journalism - Reyes Rodolfo
1961 Humanities - Roces Alfredo
1961 Business & Civics - Rosario del Francisco
1961 Literature - Torres Emmanuel
1962 Political Science - Abueva Jose
1962 Literature - Cruz Andres Cristobal
1962 Soil Science - Davide Jorge
1962 Economics - Fabella Armand
1962 Commerce & Industry - Hechanova Rufino
1962 Medicine - Litonjua Augusto
1962 Public Administration - Salas Rafael, Jr.
1962 Music - Tupas Benjamin
1962 Pulic Service - Villegas Antonio
1962 Business Administration - Virata Cesar
1963 Medicine - Carreon Gabriel
1963 Economics - Encarnacion Jose
1963 Banking - Lichauco Eduardo
1963 Banking - Lorredo Jorge, Jr.
1963 Literature - Nolledo Wilfredo
1963 Public Administration - Samonte Abelardo
1963 Arts - Santos Mauro
1963 Natural Science - Sison Bienvenido
1963 Management - Tanco Arturo, Jr.
1963 Journalism/Literature - Villadolid Oscar
1964 Political Leadership - Astorga Herminio
1964 Medicine - Campos Pablo
1964 Law - Guerrero Luis Ma.
1964 Science - Juliano Bienvenido
1964 Sports - Laurel Arsenio
1964 Community Service - Parungao Leoncio, Jr.
1964 Arts Painting - Ragodon Rodolfo
1964 Economics - Sacay Orlando
1964 Technology - Santos Ibarra
1964 Business - Zalamea Cesar
1965 Technology - Concio Cesar, Jr.
1965 Medicine - Elicano Tranquilino, Jr.
1965 Humanitaian Service - Enriquez Jose
1965 Public Administration - Guzman Raul de
1965 Anthropology - Jocano Felipe
1965 Economics - Mapa Placido, Jr.
1965 Agriculture - Ordoveza Juanito
1965 History - Quiason Serafin
1965 Commercial Science - Tanchanco Jesus, Sr.
1965 Journalism - Trinidad Francisco
1965 Public Service - Vinzons Wenceslao
1966 Nuclear Energy - Aquino Rosauro, Jr.
1966 Iron & Steel Engineering - Arizabal Antonio, Jr.
1966 Plant Breeding & Genetics - Bernardo Fernando
1966 Geological Science - Esquerra Fernando
1966 Economics & Public Admin - Gregorio Reynaldo
1966 Medicine - Jocson Vicente
1966 Medicine-Rectal Surgery - Nuguid Teodoro
1966 Concert Music - Reyes Reynaldo
1966 Cultural Anthropology - Zamora Mario
1967 Entomology - Calora Feliciano
1967 Surveying - Certeza Rene
1967 Rural Development - Flavier Juan
1967 Pediatric Surgery - Ibay Ramon
1967 Business Education - Laya Jaime
1967 Gov't. & Public Service - Maceda Ernesto
1967 Ecomonics - Sicat Gerardo
1967 Humanitarian Science - Tagle Marcelino
1967 Theatre Arts - Tinio Rolando
1967 Military Science - Valenton Benjamin
1968 Economics - Ayala Antonio
1968 Economics - Cruz Roman, Jr.
1968 Humanitarian Service - Elizalde Manuel
1968 Mass Media - Esquivel Benefredo
1968 Nuclear Energy - Ibarra Higino
1968 Arts & Culture - Imao Abdul
1968 Agriculture - Lantican Recardo
1968 Medicine - Laureta Higino
1968 Biochemistry - Olivera Baldomero, Jr.
1969 Medical Science - Abella Romeo
1969 International Amity - Araneta Antonio, Jr.
1969 Community Service - Fajardo Reynaldo
1969 Leadership Social & Culture - Galang Alunan
1969 Business Management - Licaros Gregorio, Jr.
1969 Rural Medicine - Macaladlad Jose
1969 Journalism - Maliwanag Vicente
1969 Agriculture Pest Control - Panganiban Domingo
1969 Farm Management - Quintos Ricardo
1969 Animal Science - Wagelie Edwin
1970 Journalism - Burgos Jose, Jr.
1970 Medicine - Garcia Loreto
1970 Activism - Jopson Edgar
1970 Agricultural Science - Labadan Renato
1970 Government Service - Osmena John
1971 Social Education - Angeles Emmanuel
1971 Broadcast Journalism - Arnaldo Carlos
1971 Sculpture - Castrillo Eduardo
1971 Veterinary Medicine - Escudero Salvador
1971 Poultry Nutrition - Labadan Mario
1971 Political Science - Lapuz Jose
1971 Business Leadership - Orosa Ramon
1971 Medicine - Picache Reginaldo
1971 Management Education - Soriano Emmanuel
1971 Plant Breeding - Villareal Ruben
1972 Education - Alarcon Rogelio
1972 Youth Leadership Dev't - Alupan Alberto
1972 Business - Arellano Carlos
1972 Agriculture Extension - Bolo Inocencio
1972 Arts - Duldulao Manuel
1972 Public Administration - Estrada Joseph
1972 Human Resources Dev - Pardo Jose
1972 Veterinary Medicine - Pascual Vioquelin
1972 Ecomonics - Villegas Bernardo
1972 Law/ Public Office - Zamora Ronaldo
1973 Agriculture - Carangal Virgilio
1973 Community - Desamito Celestino
1973 Investment Banking - Gapud Rolando
1973 Business - Ilusorio Ramon
1973 Public Administration - Leviste Antonio
1973 Animal Science - Madamba Joseph
1973 Education - Quevedo Orlado
1973 Medicine - Ramirez Alfredo
1973 Medicine - Torres Ludgerio
1973 Investment Banking - Villafuerte Luis
1974 Agriculture - Barba Ramon
1974 Arts Chan - Jose Mari
1974 Public Administration - Datumanong Simeon
1974 Education - Legaspi Rev. Fr. Leonardo
1974 Medicine - Reyes Tyronne
1974 Law - Robles Rodolfo
1974 Humanitarian Service - Tandez Arcadio, Jr.
1974 Sports - Torre Eugene
1974 Science - Uriate Filemon, Jr.
1974 Business Leadership - Venecia Jose, Jr. de
1975 Arts - Brocka Lino
1975 Entrepreneurship - Catan Gonzalo, Jr.
1975 Agriculture - Javier Emil
1975 Science - Kintanar Quintin
1975 Government Service - Mabilangan Felipe
1975 Finance - Monsod Christian
1975 National Economic Dev - Ocampo Roberto de
1976 Investment Banking - Barrios Victor
1976 Structural Engineering - Estuar Fiorello
1976 Cardiac Surgery - Figueroa Peter
1976 Natural Resources Dev't. - Garcia Antonio, Jr.
1976 Human Settlements - Garcia Ramiro, Jr.
1976 Community Service - Macawaris Mangondato
1976 Educational Management - Ordonez Victor
1976 Agriculture - Perez Cledualdo, Jr.
1976 Community Health - Ramiro Hilarion
1977 Public Administration - Benitez Jose Conrado
1977 Engineering Science - Calderon Felipe
1977 International Banking - David Reynaldo
1977 Agricultural Research - Gomez Arturo
1977 Medicine - Ludan Arturo
1977 Public Administration - Morales Horacio Jr.
1977 Law - Puno Reynato
1977 Agriculture - Quisumbing Edgardo
1977 Natural Science - Rosario del Ernesto
1978 Contemporary Music - Cayabyab Raymundo
1978 Business Entrepreneurship - Concepcion Cristino Jr.
1978 Fisheries & Aquaculture - Guerrero Rafael III
1978 Public Service in Broadcast - Mercado Orlando
1978 Sports (Bowling) - Nepomuceno Rafael
1978 Rural Development - Rey Teodoro
1978 Investment Banking - Rosario del Ramon Jr.
1978 Science in Geology - Sali Arthur
1978 Cultural Communities - Sibug Joseph
1978 Public Administration - Zosa Miguel
1979 Law Practice/Legal Aide - Agustin Leovillo
1979 Medicine - Anastacio Roberto
1979 Natural Science - Cordero Paciente Jr.
1979 Public Administration - Dizon Raymundo
1979 Business - Garcia Antonio
1979 Fine Arts - Isidro Raul
1979 Agriculture - Lozada Ernesto
1979 Medicine - Ona Enrique
1979 Youth Comm. Dev't. - Pilapil Perfecto Jr.
1980 Development Banking - Bartolome Arsenio III
1980 Agriculture - Cabangbang Rodolfo
1980 International Finance - Cruz Ismael
1980 Medicine - Lagdameo Willie
1980 Rural Education - Legal Raymond
1980 Agriculture/Land Reform - Madronio Severino
1980 Arts History - Pilar Santiago
1980 Business Merchant - Samaniego Celso
1980 Management - Sandejas Jose
1980 Small & Medium Indstl Dev't - Villacorta Execquiel Jr.
1981 Research Management - Cruz dela Catalino
1981 Labor Admin Employment - Cruz dela Jonathan
1981 Agriculture - Escano Jeminiano
1981 Securities, Banking & Investment - de Guzman Michael Cesar
1981 Countryside Development - Laquijon Warlito
1981 Business Finance - Rufino Ernesto
1981 Government Service - Syjuco Jose Jr.
1982 Regional Development - Adiong Blo Umpar Ai Haj
1982 Informaton System - Balatbat Fernando
1982 Domestic Banking - Cuisia Jose
1982 Investment Banking - Filamor Enrique
1982 Leadership Social & Culture - Golez Jose
1982 Public Administration - Gordon Richard
1982 Countrtyside Service - Hilario Delfin
1982 Agricultural Food & Tech - Ruiz Eliseo
1983 Literature - Almario Virgilio
1983 Engineering - Lagtibay Arleo
1983 Public Administration - Laurel Jose
1983 Engineering - Magpayo Fulvio
1983 International Finance - Pangilinan Manuel
1983 Agriculture - Ricohermoso Maximo
1983 Law - Tan Eugene
1983 Human Setttlements - Valencia Rodolfo
1984 Arts - Abad Pacita
1984 Medicine - Canlas Manuel
1984 Education - Dizon Rolando
1984 Agriculture - Manalac Olimpio Jr.
1984 Agriculture - Rasco Eufemio
1984 Journalism & Literature - Salanga Alfredo
1985 Military Science - Honasan Gregorio
1985 Community Service - Lacson Daniel Jr.
1985 Management - Lazaro Delfin
1985 International Journalism - Lopez Antonio
1985 Human Rights - Nograles Prospero
1985 Science & Technology - Padolina William
1985 Media - Puno Ricardo Jr.
1985 Law - Santiago Miriam
1986 Law - Chavez Francisco
1986 Military Science - Coronel Miguel
1986 Educational Research - Gonzaga Violeta
1986 Agriculture - Halos Ponciano
1986 Media - Montelibano Maria
1986 Arts & Music - Sunico Raul
1986 Entrepreneurship - Villar Manuel Jr.
1987 Forest Conservation - Ganapin Delfin
1987 Government Service - Juico Philip Ella
1987 Medicine - Lazo Salvador
1987 Arts/Music - Licad Cecile
1987 Management Strategy - Ordonez Ernesto
1987 Management Education - Saldana Cesar
1987 Natural Resources Management - Umali Ricardo
1988 Law & Legal Aid - Asuncion Elvi John
1988 Performing Arts - Barredo Josephine Carmen
1988 Agriculture Research - Dar William
1988 Agriculture - Lantin Manuel Jr.
1988 Rehabilitation Medicine - Lim Robert
1988 Public Service - Orbos Oscar
1988 Public Service - Osmena Tomas
1989 Arts-Contemporary Music - Ayala Jose Inigo Homer
1989 Aquaculture/Agriculture - Dakay Benson
1989 Sports - Espinosa Luisito
1989 Drama & Childrens Literature - Villanueva Rene
1990 Entomology/Agriculture - Barrios Alberto
1990 Entrepreneurship - Caktiong Tony Tan
1990 Culinary Decorative Arts - Hermas Elmer
1990 Government Service - Robredo Jesse
1990 Theater Arts/Music - Salonga Ma. Lea Carmen
1991 Sports - Buhain Joseph Eric
1991 Business Management - Tan-Climaco Gloria
1991 Public Service - Fernando Remedios
1991 Economics - Habito Cielito
1991 Education - Leon Manuel de
1991 Government Service - Lina Jose Jr.
1991 Economics - Montes Vaughn
1991 Business Entrepreneurship - Pedro Cecilio
1991 Art & Culture Advancement - Syjuco Cesare Augusto
1992 Humanitarian Service - Barredo Michael
1992 Cinema - De Ocampo Nicolas Armada
1992 Development Banking - Delgado Guido Alfredo
1992 Culinary Arts/Buss. Entrp - Gonzales Eugenio Ramon
1992 Agricultural & Environment - Lansigan Felino
1992 Broadcast Journalism - Legarda-Leviste Loren
1992 Sports - Mercado Lydia de
1992 Medicine, Pediatric Card - Ortiz Edgardo
1992 Pharmacology - Sia Isidro
1992 Journalism - Tiglao Rigoberto
1993 Social Education - Bautista Feny delos Angeles
1993 Domestic Banking - Borlongan Teodoro
1993 Literature - Dalisay Jose Jr.
1993 Chemistry - Dayrit Fabian
1993 Environmental Law - Oposa Antonio Jr.
1993 Broadcast Journalism - Soho Jessica
1993 Journalism - Vitug Marites
1994 Contemporary Music - Aves Grace Nono
1994 Science & Technology - Bacala Angelina
1994 Business Leadership - Concepcion Jose Ma. III
1994 Pediatric Oncology & Research - Lecciones Julius
1994 Journalism - Mangahas Ma. Lourdes
1994 Medicine - Padilla Carmencita
1994 Military Science - Parcon Custodio
1994 Comm. & Dev't. Youth Affairs - Young Joy-Augustus
1995 Community Development - Dorotan Eddie
1995 Arts/Dance - Elizalde Lisa
1995 Medicine/Public Health - Pesigan Arturo
1995 Sports - Posadas Elma
1995 Cinema - Siguion-Reyna Carlos
1996 Medicine-Orthopedic Surgery - Bundoc Rafael
1996 Arts Cruz - Jovianney Emmanuel
1996 Buss. Entrepreneurship - Koa Johnlu
1996 Government Service - Paje Ramon
1996 Sports - Velasco Mansueto
1996 Geological Science - Yumul Graciano Jr.
1997 Entrepreneurship - Aldeguer Jonathan Jay
1997 Agricultural Engineering - Belonio Alexis
1997 Community Development - Cruz dela Josefina Mendoza
1997 Investment Banking - Edejer Tessa Tan
1997 Education - Lee-Chua Queena
1997 History - Ocampo Ambeth
1997 Music Composition - Toledo Josefino
1998 Secondary Education - Biyo Josette
1998 Music Ching - Jeffrey Reginald
1998 Medicine/Epidemiology - Festin Mario
1998 Communication Arts - Jimenez Menardo Jr. "Butch"
1998 Medicine - Wang Edward
1999 Business Leadership - Ayala de Jaime Augusto "Jaza"
1999 Government Service - Cabal Ligaya "Joy"
1999 Arts/Contemporary Music - Francisco Manuel Simplicio "Fr Manoling"
1999 Entrepreneurship - Hortaleza Rolando
1999 Public Service - Luz Guillermo
1999 Medicine Nuclear Cardiology - Santos-Ocampo Carlo
1999 Community Service - Paglas Datu Ibrahim III
1999 Investment Banking - Paterno Simon Manuel
1999 Banking - Tan Lorenzo
2000 Music & Arts - Bolipata Alfonso "Coke"
2000 Environmental Medicine - David Maria Paz Annette
2000 Business Leadership - Gokongwei Lance
2000 Urologic Oncology - Letran Jason
2000 Environment Conservation - Ong Perry
2000 Medical Science - Ramirez Bernadette
2000 Wildlife Conservation - Salvador Dennis Joseph
2000 Rural Medicine - Sinolinding Kadil, Jr. "Jojo"
2000 Community Service - Villegas Socrates "Soc"
2001 Mass Media - Barreiro Roberto
2001 Sports/Golf - Delasin Dorothy
2001 Business Education - Go Josiah
2001 Youth Development - Gutoc Samira
2001 Peace Advocacy - Hontiveros-Baraquel Ana Theresia
2001 Sculpture - Imao Juan Sajid
2001 Business-Entrepreneurship - Liu Bernido "Bernie"
2001 Infectious Disease - Montoya Jaime
2001 Public Service in Print Media - Prieto-Romualdez Alexandra "Sandy"
2001 Plant Breeding & Genetics - Sebastian Leocadio
2001 Arts Concert Music - Valenciano Edgardo Jose Martin "Gary"
2002 Arts-Architecture - Calma Eduardo
2002 Medical Genetics - Cutiongco Eva Maria
2002 Medicine (Forensic Pathology) - Del Rosario-Fortun Raquel
2002 Music, Concert Music - Maigue Antonio "Tony"
2002 Government and Public Service - Mongoso, Jr. Florencio
2002 International Broadcast Journalism - Ressa Maria Angelita
2002 Plant Breedng/Genetics/Molecular Bio - Romero Gabriel
2002 Human Rights / Legal Aid - Te Theodore
2002 Fashion Design - Totengco Rafe
2002 Entrepreneurship in Exports - Villafuerte, Jr. Luis Raymund "L-Ray"
2003 Psychology & Education - Bernardo Allan Benedict
2003 Entreprenuership - Bernardo, III Franciso Enrique "Jay"
2003 Agriculture (Animal Breedng/Genetics) - Bondoc Orville
2003 Arts-Design/Entrepreneurship - Cobonpue Kenneth
2003 Literature - Gatmaitan Luis
2003 Tourism Management - Gregorio Patrick "Pato"
2003 Literature - Nadera, Jr. Victor Emmanuel "Vim"
2003 Community Service - Ong John B.
2003 Vascular Surgery - Quintos II Ricardo Jose
2003 Agricultural & Food Technology - Tan Lyndon Co
2004 Government/Public Service - Bonoan Emmanuel
2004 Medicine - Del Rosario Jose Jonas
2004 Broadcast Management - Flores Marissa
2004 Plant Breeding and Genetics - Gregorio Glenn
2004 Urologic Surgery - Lapitan Maria Carmela
2004 Art and Culture - Lico Gerard Rey
2004 Environmental Law - Luna Maria Paz
2004 Sports - Pacquiao Emmanuel "Manny"
2004 Arts/Movie - Pangilinan Sharon Cuneta
2004 Business - Tantoco Bienvenido "Donnie"
2005 Arts & Entertainment - Bunagan Beethoven "Michael V"
2005 Aquaculture - Cruz Paul Felipe
2005 Social Entrep/Community Service - Diaz Illac Angelo
2005 Government Service - Escudero Francis "Chiz"
2005 Community Development - Herbosa Edgardo
2005 Medicine - Marcelo Alvin Valeriano
2005 Science & Technology - Ungria De Maria Corazon
2006 Arts/Sculpture - Cacnio Michael Allen
2006 Medicine/Child Protection - Castillo Mariella
2006 Medicine/Community Service - Consunji Rafael Isidro Gerardo
2006 Sports - Garduce Romeo
2006 Business Entrepreneurship - Hernandez Louie Benedict
2006 Journalism - Hizon Federico "Rico"
2006 Sports - Oracion Heradio
2006 Government Service - Quimbo Romero
2006 Medical Science( Microbiology) - Rivera Windell
2006 Community Service - Sanchez Eugenio Isabelo Tomas "Bo"
2006 Education - Soliven Samuel
2006 Education/Business Entrepreneurship - Tan Vivienne
2007 Broadcast Journalism - David Kara Patria
2007 Government/Public Service - Ejercito Joseph Victor "JV"
2007 Military Service - Espino Giemel
2007 Disaster Management - Golez Anthony Rolando
2007 Business Leadership - Mendiola Dennis
2007 Religious Service - Suarez Fr. Fernando
2007 Community Service - Tiangco Tobias Reynald
2008 Science & Technology - Alfonso Antonio
2008 Community Service - Bernardo Rex
2008 Agricultural Science - Cumagun Christian Joseph
2008 Broadcast Journalism - Davila Kristin Karen
2008 Ecotourism - Durano Joseph Felix Mari "Ace"