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Amb. Franciso del Rosario

Ambassador Franciso del Rosario has bee n serving the Philippine government in various capacity since 1990.

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Mr. Joselito Sayson

YES Virginia, there is a (young) Thomasian therapist who is currently doing research at the NASA scientists to solve why astronauts experience low back pains, and also conducts lectures on Physical Therapy in the United States. He is Joselito Sayson, who graduated from the UST College of Rehabilitation Sciences, and after moving to the United States, studied Manual Therapy to become the first Filipino doctor of Manual Therapy at the Ola Grimsby Institute Consortium at Salt Lake, Utah, USA.

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Mr. Leonardo A. Riingen

Leonardo Riingen is only 41 years old and has already contributed immensely to improving information technology (IT) training and education in the Philippines. When you think of Informatics, "the computer school in the mall ", Riingen is the man behind it.

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Dr. Manolo Gabriel

When boys his age were tinkering with toy cars and dismantling their toy robots, he was taking lessons in taekwondo. He was five years old. His passion for the sport did not diminish as he grew older, but instead, it got the better of him: he earned a blackbelt degree at age 22, became a national taekwondo instructor eventually becoming a tournament director and finally, the coach of the Philippine Team in 1990.

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Alberto Fernando F. Braganza

Lieutenant General Alberto Fernando F. Braganza is a graduate of the UST Faculty of Engineering with a degree in BS Mechanical Engineering. During his days as a Thomasian, he served as the corps commander of the UST-ROTC Unit in 1968.

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Consuelo Madrigal Collantes

Ms. Consuelo Madrigal Collantes graduated summa cum laude in 1940 with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Santo Tomas. She is likewise a graduate of Bachelor of Arts at Rosemont College in Pennsylvania in 1942. Therefater, she moved to Washington D.C. and enrolled at the Faculty of Law at the Catholic University where she graduated in 1946. She graduated with top honors and was admitted as a Qualified Attorney and Counselor at the U.S. Court of Appeals and Supreme Court in 1946.

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Leonida Laki Vera

Ms. Leonida Laki Vera is currently the Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines to the Holy See and to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Ms. Vera was a recipient of the prestigious Dame of the Pontifical Order of St. Sylvester in 1994, Dame of the Order of St. Gregory the Great in 1998, and Dame Grand Cross of Magistral Grace in 2002.

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Alice Colet Villadolid

Born in Manila of Trinidad Millan and Judge Jose Colet, Alice Colet Villadolid graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Bachelor of Arts from the University of Santo Tomas. She also acquired subsequent education in social science and journalism from the UST Graduate School, Press Foundation of Asia, and the International Institute of Journalism in Berlin. From 1952-1955, she served as reporter and copy editor of the Manila Chronicle. She also taught at UST from 1956-1968. Ms. Villadolid was a magazine writer for Unicef News, Weekly Nation, Mr. And Ms. Woman and Home, and Oil Progress.

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Dr. Reynaldo M. Javate

An acknowledged researcher and inventor, Dr. Reynaldo M. Javate finished his Bachelor of Science in General and Doctor of Medicine in the University of Santo Tomas. His internship and residency encompassed various hospitals such as the former Santo Tomas University Hospital and the University of the Philippines in Manila where he took up a Basic Course in Ophthalmology. At present, he is a board examiner in the Philippine Board of Ophthalmology.

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Robin C. Sy

Robin C. Sy served as president of the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (FFCCCII) from March 2003 to April 2005. Under his leadership, the FFCCIII channeled its efforts in promoting the growth of business, implementing social welfare projects, and uniting the Filipino-Chinese community. As president, Mr. Sy strengthened FFCCIM's partnership with the government in several school building programs.

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