Richie Mark Mondido
M DISASTER RESILIENCE SUST DEV
Why this role?
Education, culture, and arts are the elements I consider important in my life. As a youth leader and staunch advocate of international understanding, I am very suitable for this capacity.
I am the 2022 Vice President for Individual Development of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Davao. JCI is a global non-profit organization for enterprising individuals ages 18-40 with over 500,000 members worldwide. I perform the objectives of the movement, promote, and supervise the programs and activities assigned to me: Membership, Extension, and Leadership Development.
I was also a Philippine Youth delegate to the 48th Ship for Southeast Asian and Japanese Youth Program in 2021. There, I facilitated discussion groups with PH contingent, represented the youth delegates for UNSDG14: Life Below Water plenary, and organized a Peer Learning Session on Communication Skills.
I have four years of experience as a Soft Skills Trainer to an international IT-BPO company in the Philippines.
What do you hope to achieve for UON Students?
The social cohesion in the campus must be restored and strengthened by engaging more students through touch base approaches. Organize learning sessions on how students can be innovative and entrepreneurial in assisting them achieve financial comfort. Also, to encourage student participation to university causes by offering attractive and achievable rewards.