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    Lars Hajslund of JCI Denmark Elected 2006 JCI President A total of 5,862 delegates from 98 countries attended the outstanding JCI World Congress in Vienna,
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 1, 2005
      Lars Hajslund of JCI Denmark Elected 2006 JCI President
      A total of 5,862 delegates from 98 countries attended the outstanding JCI World Congress in Vienna, Austria, which ended with a spectacular ball October 29. General Assembly elected Lars Hajslund of JCI Denmark as JCI President for 2006. Here's a summary of the results of the 2005 JCI World Congress.

      2006 JCI OFFICERS

      ► President Lars Hajslund, JCI Denmark

      ► Immediate Past President Kevin Cullinane, JCI Ireland

      ► General Legal Counsel Graham Hanlon, JCI Ireland

      ► Treasurer Lori Tomlin, JCI USA

      ► Executive Vice President, Area A Jokotade Odunuga, JCI Benin

      ▼ Vice Presidents, Area A

      Walid Derouiche, JCI Tunisia, assigned to Benin, Mali, Syria, Jordan, Morocco, Togo, Lebanon, Senegal, United Arab Emirates

      Bossou K. G. Materne, JCI Togo, assigned to Burkina Faso, Ghana, Rwanda, Cameroun, Guinea, Tunisia, Cote d'Ivoire, Mauritius, Gabon, Niger

      Aruna Kumari Pulton, JCI Mauritius, assigned to Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Comores, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa, Madagascar, Uganda

      ► Executive Vice President, Area B Scott Greenlee, JCI USA

      ▼ Vice Presidents, Area B

      Nemantha Abeysinghe, JCI Sri Lanka, assigned to Bangladesh, Thailand, Nepal, Vietnam, Pakistan

      Data Magfur, JCI Bangladesh, assigned to India, Taiwan, Japan, Sri Lanka, Korea, Pacific

      Leon Chuang, JCI Taiwan, assigned to Hong Kong, Mongolia, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia

      Takahiro Goto, JCI Japan, assigned to Australia, Philippines, Indonesia, Tahiti, New Zealand

      ► Executive Vice President, Area C Shoji Okuhara, JCI Japan

      ▼ Vice Presidents, Area C

      Abigail Hironimus Paula, JCI Dutch Caribbean, assigned to Brazil, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras

      Camilo Correa, JCI Colombia, assigned to Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Suriname, Ecuador

      Jun Sup Shin (Suppy), JCI Korea, assigned to Canada, USA

      Gilberto Cherubin, JCI Brasil, assigned to Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Panama, Venezuela

      Abdul Saleem Kandiyil Chaladath, JCI India, assigned to Dutch Caribbean, West Indies, USA

      ► Executive Vice President, Area D Yiannis Lagos, JCI Greece

      ▼ Vice Presidents, Area D

      Katri Johanna Salonen, JCI Finland, assigned to Belgium, Portugal, UK, Ireland, Scotland, Netherlands, Switzerland

      Carole Lectard, JCI France, assigned to Armenia, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania, Israel, Russia

      Penni Zelinkoff, JCI USA, assigned to Catalonia, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Monaco, FYR Macedonia, Malta

      Anne Bütikofer, JCI Switzerland, assigned to Austria, Germany, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Hungary, Slovenia, France, Italy

      Katherine Ridland, JCI Scotland, assigned to Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Estonia, Latvia, Sweden, Finland, Lithuania


      2007 JCI WORLD CONGRESS

      Antalya, Turkey, was selected by acclamation to host the 62nd JCI World Congress in 2007.

      CONSTITUTION

      The Vienna World Congress General Assembly approved the proposed amendments to JCI articles and bylaws.

      TOYP HONOREES

      The following ten TOYP honorees received their trophies at the 2005 JCI TOYP Ceremony at the JCI World Congress in Vienna, Austria:

      ► Matthew Albert - Australia
      Category: Contribution to children, world peace, and/or human rights
      ► Publio Arjona Díaz - Panama
      Category: Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
      ► Alain Capo Chichi - Benin
      Category: Academic leadership and/or accomplishment
      ► Dr. Emily Ying Yang Chan - Hong Kong
      Category: Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership
      ► Amar Latif - United Kingdom
      Business, economic and/or entrepreneurial accomplishments
      ► David Lega - Sweden
      Category: Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership
      ► Magnus Macfarlane-Barrow - Scotland
      Category: Contribution to children, world peace, and/or human rights
      ► Tokushi Nakashima - Japan
      Category: Scientific and/or technological development
      ► José A. Pargas Ojeda - Puerto Rico
      Category: Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
      ► Olivia Richmond Giles - Scotland
      Category: Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership

      ADJUDICATORS:
      ► Dr. Hans d’Orville, Director, Bureau of Strategic Planning
      ► Gillian Martin Sorensen, Senior Adviser at the United Nations Foundation,
      ► Chief Dele Momodu, Editor-in-Chief of Ovation International

      BEST BUSINESS PLAN (BBP) COMPETITION

      ► Xilworx
      Ruth Michelle M. Ariem, Alexis U. Lozano and Michael Estorninos (Philippines)

      SPEAKING COMPETITION

      ► Nilcilene Souza, from JCI Brazil, Area C

      DEBATE COMPETITION

      Winning English Team
      ► JCI United Kingdom
      Best Debater
      ► Sarah Tinsley

      Winning French Team
      ► JCI Canada

      Winning Spanish Team
      ► JCI Catalonia

      JCI PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS

      JCI President Kevin Cullinane recognized the outstanding contributions and work of the following members of the 2005 JCI Board of Directors:

      Most Outstanding National President
      • Hilde Vernaillen, JCI Belgium

      Outstanding Appointee
      • Karen Anne Smythe

      Outstanding Vice Presidents
      • Kjersti Bergsåker-Aspøy, Area D
      • Yoshihiko Oda, Area B
      • Ilze Augstkalne, Area D
      • Joseph Pheto, Area A
      • Lori Tomlin, Area C

      Outstanding Executive Vice President
      • Houssem Bel Hadj, Area A

      Most Outstanding Board Member
      • Scott Greenlee, General Legal Counsel

      Outstanding Commission
      • Koichi “Washi” Washizawa as Operation Hope Commission Chairman

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