JCI (Junior Chamber International) London proudly presents the winners of the “2012 JCI London Ten Outstanding Young People Award” (TOYP). This award is a prestigious local and international awards to recognise outstanding young professionals who excel and create positive change in their chosen fields.
Please join us at the award ceremony Wednesday 11th July, 6.45pm at the London Chamber of Commerce, 33 Queen Street, EC4R 1AP, you will have the chance to meet the winners and listen to their stories. The event is open to both JCI members and guests. Sign up to the event here
JCI London honours eight outstanding young people this year, and they may have the opportunity to represent JCI UK in the world TOYP final in Taipei, Taiwan in November. These winners exemplify the spirit of the JCI mission and provide extraordinary service to the Greater London community.
“JCI’s mission is to create positive change and I am delighted that JCI London is awarding eight truly outstanding people,” says Solveig Malvik, JCI UK National President. “I believe that being active in your local community and provide service to humanity is the best work of life, and all JCI London TOYP winners have done this in different ways. They are great examples of active citizens and I hope you feel inspired by their achievements”.
The winners come from a variety of backgrounds and they are between 18 to 40 years old. They have all been nominated in one of the ten categories: business, economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment; political, legal, and/or governmental affairs; culture achievements; academic leadership; moral and/or environmental leadership; human rights and/or voluntary leadership; moral and/or environmental leadership; scientific and/or technological development; personal improvement and/or accomplishment and medical innovation.
“All winners are outstanding individuals who have accomplishes amazing things” says Sofie Sandell, JCI London TOYP project manager. “JCI London TOYP is a great way to showcase outstanding young professionals in London and we wish them all best in the world TOYP final later this year.”
The JCI London TOYP winners are
Andre Campbell, Business, Economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment
Inspiring to inspire: For his passion to provide practical steps for young people to achieve their goals, regardless of their economic background
Read more about Andre
Bobby Kensah, Political, legal, and/or governmental affairs
A law unto himself: For increasing the engagement of young people in volunteering and setting a strong example that despite challenges, with dedication and perseverance, anything is possible
Read more about Bobby
Chris Busch, Academic leadership and/or accomplishment
Academia in action: For driving forward young entrepreneurs to build their self-confidence, widen their impact and ignite innovation
Read more about Chris
Jessica Elliott, Culture achievements
Dancing the dream: For her tireless dedication to empowering young people to feel confident and grow through dance
Read more about Jessica
Karen Pearson, Culture achievements
The radio star: For pioneering communication, expression and engagement through the radio and inspiring a young generation in the media industry
Read more about Karen
Katherine Sparkes, Moral and/or environmental leadership
The global citizen: For her dedication and servitude to humanity, creating projects not just fit for purpose, but leaving a lasting legacy in the communities they touch
Read more about Katherine
Noam Kostucki, Business, Economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment
Leading by example: For his service to humanity in proving that altruism and dreams can and should be an integral part of enterprise
Read more about Noam
Rabia Bhatti, Political, Legal, and/or governmental affairs
Triumph through adversity: For her passion and endless enthusiasm for creating positive change in her community and outstanding contribution as a leader in UK politics
Read more about Rabia
Watch the slideshow from the event
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About the global JCI TOYP Award
Since 1983, JCI has honored over 200 individuals from 47 nations. JCI honours ten outstanding young people under the age of 40 each year. These individuals exemplify the spirit of the JCI Mission and provide extraordinary service to their communities. Whether through service, innovation, determination or revolutionary thinking, these young active citizens create positive impacts in their communities.
These ten young active citizens will be honoured at the 2012 JCI TOYP Ceremony and reception in November at the JCI World Congress in Tapei, Taiwan.
Past TOYP winners are John. F. Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, Anthony Robbins, Jackie Chan, Elvis Presley. And from the UK Sabirul Islam, Emily Cummins and Amar Latif.
Young men and women may be nominated in one of ten categories. The honourees will be selected by a panel of distinguished judges.
We are a membership-based nonprofit organisation of 200,000 young professionals between 18-40. Through projects in more than 5,000 communities across more than 100 countries, members seek targeted solutions to local problems, creating a global impact.
Each JCI member shares the belief that in order to create lasting positive change, we must improve ourselves and the world around us.
We seek targeted solutions to the unique problems in our communities to build a better world, creating global impact.
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