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Social development organization Bayan Academy and J. P. Morgan Foundation team up with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority to bring together stakeholders, including government agencies, private business organizations and academic institutions, to share observations and strategies in preparing Filipino skilled workers for entry to the local and international employment. Posing during a leadership exposition at J. P. Morgan’s headquarters in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig are (from left) Arian Hassani, vice president, Global Philanthropy Asia Pacific, J.P. Morgan; Trade Undersecretary Zenaida Maglaya; Bayan Academy chairman and president Eduardo Morato Jr.; J. P. Morgan Chase & Co. Philippines managing director and senior country officer Roberto Panlilio; Tourism Undersecretary Benito Bengzon Jr.; and event host Cathy Yap-Yang.

Topics: Bayan Academy , J. P. Morgan Foundation , Technical Education and Skills Development Authority , Global Philanthropy Asia Pacific ,
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