EY Ripples volunteers from SGV were recognized at the JA Philippines (JAPI) awarding ceremony held last 4 May for volunteering as mentors during the JA Business Skills Pass program. SGV Chairman and Country Managing Partner Wilson P. Tan (WPT) and EY Ripples Head for the Philippines and Assurance Partner Christine G. Vallejo (CGV) represented the Firm as the program’s sponsor.
Co-organized by SGV and JAPI, the JA Business Skills Pass program allows senior high school students to create registered mini companies and gives SGV volunteers the opportunity to mentor them by providing insights on accounting, raising capital, marketing and selling their products.
Once their plans are executed, the students will sell their products in an online marketplace managed by JA and will compete for the title of Best Company. Two group winners will then be sent to represent the country to compete in the Asia-Pacific finals for the JA Asia Pacific Company of the Year Award.WPT and CGV at the awarding ceremony
List of EY Ripples Volunteers for the JA Business Skills Pass program
|Martin Guantes||Rossana Fajardo|
|Christine Vallejo||Maria Pilar Hernandez|
|Allan Ocho||Shane Dave Tanguin|
|Ailyn Santiago||Veronica Arce-Balisi|
|Alexander Bughaw||Jamie Uy|
|Alma Angeli Placido||Jennifer Jeanne Uyking|
|Alyssa Binongcal||Jobelle Castillo|
|Arjay Louis Bautista||Kevin Dominic Garcia|
|Betheena Dizon||Kristine Camille Maghirang|
|Catherine Chua||Loubelle Mendoza|
|Charmaine Joy De Leon||Richard Ragragio|
|Cora Marie Gonzales||Samantha Mabalot|
|Crystal Aleli Cornell||Van Ancla|
|Em Araceli Reyes||Vhilan Onato|
|Francis Patrick Lim||Xandra Jizelle Reyes|
|Glenda Anisco-Niño||Jahaziel Mark Bahan|
EY Ripples is a global corporate responsibility program that provides EY professionals with opportunities to use their knowledge, skills and experience to positively impact millions of lives by working with impact entrepreneurs and supporting the next generation to develop mindsets and skills to find and sustain meaningful work.