San Beda University congratulates Ms. Dianne C. Sheng, 3rd Year BS Economics and Public Policy, and Mr. Edriane Timothy C. Tabor, 2nd Year BS Legal Management, College of Art and Sciences, as they landed well-deserved posts as National Delegates of the 25th Ayala Young Leaders Congress. These Bedans were able to surpass 639 other student-leader applicants nationwide and became part of the 84 official national delegates of this year’s congress.  

The Ayala Young Leaders Congress (AYLC), Ayala’s flagship youth program founded in 1999, has been a student leadership summit designed to build confidence, hone leadership skills, nurture commitment, foster nationalism, and idealism, and encourage faithful stewardship among the youth. The yearly search gives young leaders from different colleges and universities all over the country to rise above national challenges. The leadership summit partners with companies across the Ayala group to train young leaders nationwide.  

Behind the feat of these two Bedans is the collaborative assistance of the Office of Student Affairs, CAS Office of the Dean, CAS Office of the Prefect of Activities, AYLC Mentor and Faculty of Department of Languages and Literature, Dr. Nerissa Revilla, Head Registrar, Ms. Maria Olivia S. Reyes, Department of Legal Management, Atty. Michael Daguinod, Department of Economics and Public Policy, Prof. Rulina Viloria, and all Department Chairpersons. Also, we acknowledge the support rendered in the preparation/training of student delegates this year by various SBU AYLC Alumni namely: Gabriela Francin P. Patag (2022), Eugene Renz Dato and Anne Dominique Margarette Vinluan (2021), Kyle Siervo (2020), Jasper Jovellanos (2019), Jiordan Gabriel F. Simon and Victor Kenner S. Galang (2015), Richard Allen Amazona (2012), Luis Voltaire Formilleza  (2006), Carl James Bermejo Uvas (2003), John Philip Delos Santos  (2002) and Benedict Ella (2000), 

Mr. Tabor and Ms. Sheng are embodiments of the Benedictine Hallmarks as they not only serve the Bedan Community but also voluntarily extend their service outside the university. Indeed, our students share in realizing San Beda University’s Vision of a Community that is Fully Human, Wholly Christian, Truly Filipino, and Globally Competitive.



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