2021 members of the month
JCI Malta would not exist if it wasn’t for its wonderful and excited members. Ranging between the ages of 18 and 40, JCI members are young enterprising leaders who are engaged and committed to create impact in their communities.
In 2021, JCI Malta launched the Member of the Month programme whereby it’s rewarding its most hardworking members each month. If you want to get the chance to be awarded this monthly badge of honour, reach out to your Local President and see what opportunities are available for you to make the most out of your JCI Malta membership.
The 2021 honOUrees
2021 Members of the month
IT professional Mohammed joined JCI Malta in 2017, after encouragement from alumni Rachel Cassar and Clayton Mercieca, and since then he has very actively attended almost all of the courses, events and trainings we’ve organised. A family man and father of three kids, he credits JCI Malta for helping him acquire skills in public speaking and debating, as well as being his second family where he can share his ideas and engage in healthy discussions.
23-year old Jacob first joined JCI Malta back in 2015 after winning the TOYP Award for ‘Personal Improvement & Accomplishment’. Jacob is enthusiastic about personal development, networking and socialising with different types of people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. In JCI Malta, Jacob says he found a supportive and safe environment where he can grow, learn and develop every step of the way.
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Sarah is a graduate in Media & Communications with Maltese, and a full time Audio Visual assistant at a local radio station. With her main interests being photography and graphic design, she says JCI Malta has been a great platform to develop her creative skills and meet like-minded people. She says joining JCI Malta was an opportunity to get out of her comfort zone and share her ideas in a safe yet fun team environment.
Shrija is an investment professional with an Economics Honors degree, an MBA, and over 10 years of work experience in Banking and Finance. She has been a JCI member since 2020, and becoming a member has helped her to network and socialise as she is relatively new to Malta. Her highlight since she became a member has been the Public Speaking Competition, Shrija really enjoyed it and it was very well-organised.