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Special Elections 2013 52 Organizations, 9 Clusters, 1 Council.

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CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDACY

Name of Candidate Yr & Course Position Aspired for *Put a check ( )

Cluster (for Cluster Head / Secretary-Treasurer Candidates)

GENERAL INFORMATION Joyce Gillian Ayroso Tiam-Lee III – BS Health Sciences    

President Chief of Staff VP – Special Projects VP – Organization Strategies and Research

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VP – Training and Development Secretary General Finance Officer Cluster Head Cluster Secretary-Treasurer

Sector-Based Cluster

ESSAY. Explain in 100 words or less why you want to run for the position and the key points of your platform. In my past three years in SBC organizations, I have grown to love the people and the causes and sectors they fight for. From them, I understood what it meant to stand firm with your “why” no matter how hard it gets. Hopefully through this, I am able to facilitate and further their growth and great potential. I want them to, proudly, #beSBC. If elected, I aim to foster relationships with existing networks and tap potential partners to propel advocacies, as well as, reinforce and reevaluate current systems, protocols, and efforts to further establish relevance.

PLEDGE I, Joyce Gillian A. Tiam-Lee , attest to the facts contained in this Certificate of Candidacy and in all other documents required by the Commission on Elections of the Council of Organizations of the Ateneo (COA). I thereby give the COA and the Office of Student Activities permission to evaluate the facts contained in all the documents I have submitted to the COA Commission on Elections. I swear to uphold the rules stipulated in the COA Code of Electoral Procedures and by the COA Commission on Elections with full awareness that the violation of the said rules would result to possible sanctions as stipulated in the COA Code of Electoral Procedures. It is my sincere intention to promote a free, honest, and clean election.

Joyce Gillian A. Tiam-Lee Signature Over Printed Name *Submission qualifies as candidate’s signature*

01/31/2014 Date

Excellence Synergized. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa.comelec2012@gmail.com


Special Elections 2013 52 Organizations, 9 Clusters, 1 Council.

II. RESUME(1 page only) Position Aspired For Sector-Based Cluster Head

<Attach a RECENT 2x2 Picture on the Upper Left Side of the Resume> A SCANNED PICTURE IS NECESSARY SINCE NO HARD COPY WILL BE SUBMITTED. Failure to do so will forfeit your candidacy.

JOYCE GILLIAN AYROSO TIAM-LEE 133 Dangay Street, Veterans Village, Project 7 Quezon City, M.M 1105 0917 722 3810 joyce_tlee93@yahoo.com

EXPERIENCE Secretary-Treasurer, Sector-Based Cluster Council of Organizations of the Ateneo— April 2013 – Present OrSem Chairperson, Organizing Committee Ateneo Freshmen Orientation Seminar— November 2013 – Present Secretariat Head, Organizing Committee Ateneo Freshmen Orientation Seminar— December 2012 – June 2013 OrSem Kit Head, Secretariat Core Team Ateneo Freshmen Orientation Seminar— January – June 2012 External Representative Ateneo Consultants for Organization Development and Empowerment – 2012-present ● REL OJT Head (2013) ● Secretariat Core Team, OD on Overdrive 2013 Member and Consultant Ateneo Consultants for Organization Development and Empowerment – 2011-present ● Facilitator Dep-Ed National Leadership Training for Student Government Officers (2011) OD on Overdrive (2012 – 2013) St. Paul College National Leadership Training Congress (2013) The 23 engagements mentioned below ● Team Head, Deputy Head, Deputy for Content, Deputy for Administration, Member for 23 engagements since 2011. Managerial Board, Kythe-Ateneo – 2012-present ● External Relations (I Am Hope Project) Head (2013) ● Community Relations (Christmas Party Project) Head (2012) Member, Kythe-Ateneo – 2011-present ● Logistics Team: Christmas Party (2011), Kythe Week (2012) Member, Health Sciences Society – 2011-present ● “Jumpstart” PrepCourse Project Head (2012) Member, Ateneo Special Education Society (SPEED) – 2011-2013 ● Logistics Head: Trick or Treat (2011-2012), SecMob Team: No Speed Limit (2012)

EDUCATION Ateneo de Manila University Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences – 2011 - present Immaculate Conception Academy 1998 - 2011 st 1 Honorable Mention and Silver Leadership Awardee, High School Graduation - 2011 Class Salutatorian and Gold Leadership Awardee, Grade School Graduation - 2007

SKILLS ● ● ● ●

I have good communication and interpersonal skills. I can operate MS Office programs, as well as, basic Photoshop I can work well in an individual or group setting. I can speak and write in English and Tagalog fluently

REFERENCES Available upon request.

Excellence Synergized. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa.comelec2012@gmail.com


Special Elections 2013 52 Organizations, 9 Clusters, 1 Council.

II. PLATFORM SBC is a melting pot of various advocacies aimed at addressing pertinent issues facing key sectors in our society. And while these organizations have different goals and thrusts for different sectors, we are all still united in the spirit of volunteerism. However, it is important to note that an advocacy has three main aspects to it: (1) putting a certain issue on the agenda, (2) conducting activities to provide solutions to these problems, and (3) building support to help influence other stakeholders to act on these problems and solutions. Without these three elements working together, these causes may not reach their full potential for change. This is where I believe SBC comes in and functions as a support or supplement to these possible gaps and missing links. 1)

Main Point: Foster relationships with existing networks and tap potential partners to propel advocacies Details: Advocacies are best mobilised and communicated through the support of relevant partners that are in line with these causes. This is why I believe SBC can facilitate linking these organizations to various entities inside and outside of the Ateneo. Action Points: Collaborations and active representation with other clusters, organizations, departments, and offices: At the start of the year, SBC can collate from the organizations, a list of groups or NGOs they would like to work with and set courtesy calls or meetings, together with their representatives. That way, both the cluster and more specific needs of the organization can be communicated directly. Also, this year, the Office for Social Concern and Involvement (OSCI) has been pushing for discipline-based formation programs for the students, which may affect how SBC organizations function. Although this is the admin directive, SBC can assist the orgs by holding constant dialogue with OSCI, as well as, the departments who may be handling or taking up these communities. Another potential entity to tap could be the Partnership of Philippine Support Service Agencies Inc. (PHILSSA), which has a wide network of social development non-government organizations based in urban centers nationwide, engaged in varied fields of development service, such as education and training, research and documentation, and other innovative endeavors. -

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Provide avenues that will help create networks: Such avenues include (a) marketing the flagship and “opento-all” projects through an updated cluster portfolio to sponsors/NGOs, which will also allow old partners to see the current state of these organizations, (b) seeking grant-giving bodies and expos in line with what the organizations do, and (c) revamping efforts such as the Volunteerism Fair, which serves as a platform for them to show their core competencies along with other NGOs. For the volunteerism fair, SBC could coordinate with the organizations to centralize their volunteer recruitment for their open projects, as well as, do a “getting to know” featurette of one or two organizations per day through photo and video promotions. The cluster can also work with the Development Studies Department and Placement Office to reach a greater audience.

Main Point: Reinforce and reevaluate current systems, protocols, and efforts to further establish relevance Details: This year, SBC has really taken the first steps to increase its efficiency and reach the SBC members. However, there are still certain efforts that need to be reevaluated and fortified to ensure that they facilitate the growth of the orgs and serve as supplementary avenues to promote their advocacies, rather than hinder them. a.

Context: Relevance within the cluster is not yet fully felt, as most SBC efforts are concentrated to the cluster board; thus, its reach ends with the presidents. Action Points: Internal Processes: Update the SBC Code of Internal Procedures (CIP), together with the presidents, to include weekly cluster board meetings, communication protocols between the cluster and the secretarygenerals of the organization, as well as, avenues to direct concerns regarding the cluster or the council. Furthermore, transparency can be established by making pertinent documents (CIP, minutes of the meeting, concerns database) available to all members of SBC organizations. -

Cluster Projects: Involve the presidents and their respective executive boards in conceptualizing, planning, executing, and evaluating the projects through the Planning and Evaluation Seminars, and weekly cluster board meetings. The cluster can also release online platforms to gather and collate suggestions from organization members.

Excellence Synergized. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa.comelec2012@gmail.com


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Cluster Project Core Teams: Utilize cluster presentations during the first general assemblies of the organizations to promote cluster projects and project team hunts. This way, members are able to see what the project is about and aims to do for their organizations; it also allows them to direct any questions and suggestions to the CHeST. Following this, a primer containing the project overview and a list of roles and responsibilities, along with an application form, can be released to give a better grasp of the project and help make the selection of these ad hoc teams more thorough.

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Best Practices Sharing: Continue the best practices sharing session and open it to include not just the executive board members but also deputies/frontliners under those departments. Another option could be to have sessions that even members can relate to and share their experiences such as handling project teams, facilitating area insertions, spreading advocacies, and the like. These sets of sessions could be held once every semester and the documentation resulting from it could be compiled into a database or repository for reference and when the need arises.

Context: Relevance to the bigger LS community can be furthered and maximized to help the organizations push for their advocacies Action Points: Online Media: Use social media could be furthered by working with the Secretary-Treasurer to collate and display monthly updates for other SBC and non-SBC orgs to see the progress and events that have transpired. -

Evaluation of Advocacies: Work with the presidents, or other entities that can help, to create a general tool that will help gauge the reach of their organization and advocacy awareness among Ateneans. This can help align future, if not current, efforts and projects to the result of the assessment. Individual orgs may also choose to supplement the findings with researches more specific to their organization. Conducting this at the start and end of the school year can be used to see which efforts of the organization are effective or needs improvement.

Excellence Synergized. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa.comelec2012@gmail.com


Special Elections 2013 52 Organizations, 9 Clusters, 1 Council.

CAMPAIGN PARAPHERNALIA For electronic mail General Layout:

For text: Hullo!  I am Joyce Tiam-Lee, aspiring to be your next Sector-Based Cluster Head. If elected, I aim for SBC to supplement the organizations’ efforts by fostering relationships with existing networks and tapping potential partners to propel advocacies, as well as, by reinforcing and reevaluating current systems, protocols, and efforts to further establish relevance. Put it simply, I want the orgs to, proudly, #beSBC  If you have comments or questions related to my platform, feel free to leave me a message. I’d love to hear out your comments and suggestions!  Miting de Avance: Feb 7, 6:30 to 10:00 PM, TBA Elections: Feb 10 - 11, 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM, TBA.

Excellence Synergized. Room 205, Manny V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines||4266001 loc. 5050|| Fax: 4260795 ||coa.comelec2012@gmail.com

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