Ilonggas to represent GSP abroad

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THE Girl Scouts of the Philippines has been a venue for girls and young women to develop their personality, enhance their talents and skills and improve their communication and leadership abilities.

Through the years, GSP Iloilo Council produced young women achievers and leaders in different fields. Currently, three more girls added to the long list of Ilongga Girl Scout Achievers.

 

ANGELI MONIQUE SILADAN

Angeli is an alumna of Central Philippine University High School Class of 2009 and Bachelor of Science in Information Technology in 2013.

She was a Chief Girl Scout Medalist in 2008,  Girl Representative to the Iloilo Council Board in 2009-2012, Member of the GSP National Program Committee in 2012-2015, GSP’s Young Adult Delegate to the 11th Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2013 in Japan, Delegate to the Participatory Photography Training on Maternal and Child Health 2013 in Pax Lodge, London, Delegate to the World Conference on Youth 2014 in Sri Lanka, Delegate to the ASEAN Young Women’s Leadership Conference 2015 in Malaysia and Delegate and Speaker to the Women Deliver Conference 2016 in Denmark.

Currently, she is a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) Youth Committee for U-Report 2016 and WAGGGS Advocacy Network for SDGs. She represented not only the Girl Scouts of The Philippines but the entire World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts to the United Nations High Level Political Forum on July 10-19, 2017 at the UN Headquarters in New York City.

BEA MARIE CAJANDIG

Bea is a Senior High School Student of Colegio de San Jose. She is an achiever both in Academics and extra-curricular activities. She is a consistent academic awardee during her Elementary, Junior High School and Senior High School years.

She was a Silver Medalist in DIWA Pasiklaban sa Paaralan in 2014, First place in Powerpoint presentation by Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) in 2015, Outstanding Girl of Region VI by Young Men’s Christian Association of Iloilo (YMCA) in 2015, Girl Iloilo City Civil Registrar by Rotary Club in 2015, Ten Outstanding Student of Iloilo (TOSIA) Finalist by JCI Regatta in 2015, and Champion – Spelling Competition by Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA) in 2016.

Her achievements in girl scouting being a Chief Girl Scout Medalist in 2015 and an Outstanding Girl Scout of the Philippines in 2016 bring her to the international event. She will be attending the IGGNITE 2017 Irish Girl Guide International Camp in Ireland on July 30-August 6, 2017.

HYACINTH BANGERO

Hya, as everybody calls her, is a leader and an achiever.

A graduate of Bachelor of Broadcasting at West Visayas State University-College of Communication, Magna Cum Laude. She also became chairman of the COC Student Council in 2013-2014.

She was one of the girls who won the 2nd Runner Up in Be Prepared Quest in Singapore in 2008, Chief Girl Scout Medalist in 2009, Chairman of the Senior Planning Board of Iloilo GS Council in 2009, Delegate to the 1st Asia Pacific Pacific Summit in 2009, Visayas Region Girl Representative to the Central Board in 2009-2012, one of the 75 National Young Achievers of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines in 2010, Outstanding Girl Scout of the Philippines in 2010;

Delegate to the 13th International Girl Scout Camp in Korea in 2012, Delegate to the 8th Helen Storrow Seminar in Switzerland in 2013, Ayala Young Leader 2013 Circle of Five, Finalist of the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines in 2014, Member of the WAGGGS Speakers Pool in 2016, Member of the Pilot Team TheGoals.Org, Young Adult Representative of Iloilo Girl Scout Council in 2015-2018, and Leader of the Outstanding Students of Iloilo Award.

Currently, she is a member of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines Training Committee. She will be the GSP’s Young Adult Delegate to the 36th World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) Conference on September 18-22, 2017 at New Delhi, India.

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