Ayala Young Leaders Congress (AYLC) is considered as one of the elite conventions of student leaders in the Philippines. It has a long list of prominent alumni, which includes some top executives in the country.
The Pinag-isang Lakas ng Samahan ng mga Progresibong Atenista (PIGLASAPAT) has a long history with AYLC, owing to the calibre of leaders that PIGLASAPAT is producing. This year, 3 PIGLASAPAT leaders made the rigorous cut again. These 3 leaders bested hundreds of other applicants nationwide.
Set to represent Ateneo de Davao University, these leaders embody the Atenean brand of leadership, which is reinforced by the great tutelage that PIGLASAPAT has inculcated in them. Get to know them below.
Khryzza Mae Pinzon
The incumbent PIGLASAPAT President, Khryzza Mae Pinzon, is set to represent Ateneo de Davao University in AYLC this year. She is a 3rd year AB International Studies major in Asian Studies student. Pinzon is the ex-officio External Vice President of the SAMAHAN Central Board, as she is also the Chairperson of the Campus Clubs Organization.
Neil Joseph Esperanza
Neil Joseph Esperanza is a 4th year BS Industrial Engineering student. He is an active member of the Pinag-isang Lakas ng Samahan ng mga Progresibong Atenista. He is the Finance Officer of the Ateneo Organization of Socio-Civic Clubs, and the External Affairs Committee Head of the Ateneo Campus Clubs Organization.
Camillle Casas is a 4th year BS Industrial Engineering student. She is an active member of Pinag-isang Lakas ng Samahan ng mga Progresibong Atenista. She was the former Chairperson of the ARETE – the Honor Society of Ateneo de Davao University, which is home to the honor students of the university. She also served as the Chairperson of the Ateneo Society of Industrial Engineering Majors (ASIEM).
Among the 600 student leaders nationwide who had gone through the rigorous screening process, the above PIGLASAPAT leaders were chosen to be part of the 80 official delegates to the Ayala Young Leaders Congress at Batangas, Philippines. Para sa Ateneo, Para sa Lipunan!