2017 National Convention T.O.Y.P awards. Congratulations to the rest of our final winners!

2017 National Convention T.O.Y.P awards. Congratulations to the rest of our final winners!

December 11, 2017 4:28 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

11th December 2017 at 15:05 pm

Posted and Published by Naina Naker.

Our T.O.Y.P awards ceremony was a very successful event this year. After hearing the courageous and inspiring, innovative journeys of each individual we would like to congratulate each one of our finalists and we wish them all the very best on there next endeavours…

We are also pleased to also announce the rest of our final honourees:

Sam Jones Managing Director, Tunafish Media , won the award for Business/Economic/Entrepreneurial Accomplishment.

Actor, Melissa Johns collected her award for Contribution to Children /World Peace/ Human Rights saying, “I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for last Fridays award ceremony. It was such a wonderful event and I feel honoured to have been part of it.”                    

We are delighted to also announce  Zoë Jackson MBE, Founder & Managing Director at Living the Dream Dance Company, for receiving her award for Cultural Achievement.

Olivia Higgs is the co founder of Kompas. She was presented the award for Business/Economic/Entrepreneurial Accomplishment.

From behalf of everyone at JCI UK we would also like to thank Michael Steel 2017 JCI UK National President, Sarah Beckwith, James Lambert, the rest of the T.O.Y.P team and Vikas Shahwhi for conducting the interview. And a warm round of applause for all there help with coordinating, planning, and organising to make this event possible.

If you would like to find out more information about entering next year’s TOYP  2018 or if you would like to nominate somebody you know within your local community who is delivering amazing work in the following domains whether it be:

• Business, economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment
• Political, legal, and/or governmental affairs
• Academic leadership and/or accomplishment
• Cultural achievement
• Moral and/or environmental leadership
• Contribution to children, world peace, and/or human rights
• Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership
• Scientific and/or technological development
• Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
• Medical innovation

Nominees must be between 18 and 40.

You can visit us here to enter and find out more on how you can apply! and good luck!

 

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