Junior Chamber International (JCI) provides leadership training to individuals throughout the world. The impact and importance of this training is demonstrated by the large number of Junior Chamber members who, after JCI training, have held high positions in their respective countries and international bodies. Although incomplete, here is a list of members whom we would like to recognize:

Famous International JCI Members

KOFI ANNAN — Ghana
Former U.N. Secretary General, member of the Macalester College, Minnesota., U.S.A. Jaycees

TARO ASO — Japan
Japan Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Fiscal Policy, Director General of Economic Planning, Secretariat of the Prime Minister’s Office, National President-Japan Junior Chamber (1978); Youth voyage supervisor-5th Japan Youth Voyage, Voyage Leader of 7th Youth Voyage; Member of the Iizuka Jaycees

PRINCE ALBERT OF MONACO — Monaco
JCI Senator No. 58661

EINAR AGUSTSSON — Iceland
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iceland (1971-1978)

GEN. HUGO BANZER SUAREZ— Bolivia
President of Bolivia (1971-1978), JCI Senator No.15094, Member of the Cochabamba Jaycees

SPENCER BATISTE — England
Member of Parliament (England), Member of the Sheffield Jaycees

HENRI KONAN BEDIE — Cote d’Ivoire
President, Côte d'Ivoire

RAM K. BHATTARAI — Nepal
Pradha Panch (Mayor), Birnatnagar Town, Panchyat-Nepal (1982), past NOM Vice President, Member of the Biratnagar Jaycees

JAN KRZYSZTOF BIELECKI — Poland
Former Prime Minister of Poland, Founding National President, Junior Chamber Poland, Former member of the Warsaw Jaycees

WILLIAM F. BIRCH — New Zealand
Minister of Energy, New Zealand, JCI Senator No. 4611

ALAN BOND — Australia
One of Australia's best-known corporate entrepreneurs and head of the syndicate which won the America's Cup in 1973, former member of Fremantle Jaycees of Australia

CARROLL BOUCHARD — United States
Past Regional Director for the African region, U.S. Peace Corps., Past JCI Secretary General

LOUIS BRIL — Belgium
Secretary of State (Belgium), President of local Jaycee organization (1978), Member of the Roeselare-Izegem Jaycees

 
SAM BROWNBACK — United States

US Senator (Republican, representing Kansas). In 2008, he run for President of the United States, but dropped out of the campaign to support Senator McCain. Former member of JCI Manhattan, Kansas.

 

WARREN BURGER – United States
Ex-Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Past President of the St. Paul, Minnesota Jaycees, U.S.A.

DR. KASAE CHANATWONG — Thailand
Deputy Minister, Kingdom of Thailand, (1979), Magsaysay Awardee

SHUI-BIAN CHEN — Taiwan
Former President of Taiwan; former President of Taipei Junior Chamber

JACQUES CHIRAC — France
President of France, Former Prime Minister of France, Mayor of Paris

WILLIAM J. "BILL" CLINTON — United States
42nd President of the United States; 1976 member of Fayetteville Jaycees, AK, USA

ROBERT E. "BOB" CONDON — United States
One of the organizers of the American Legion founded in Paris; Executive Secretary of Peace Conference (1918-1919); 7th President of the United States Jaycees (1926)

HON. CHARLES COURT O.B.E., M.L.A. — Australia
Premier of Western Australia (1978)

JOSE DANS — Philippines
Minister of Transportation, Philippines (1980); Past JCI Vice President

WILLY DE CLERCK
Commissioner of European Common Market, JCI Senator No. 8412

RAMON V. DEL ROSARIO — Philippines
Former Philippines Ambassador to Japan (1986- ), JCI President (1950-1951); former Philippines Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany

MAKARAND DESAI — India
Cabinet Minister, state government of Gujarat, India, past president of the Indian Jaycees (1968), JCI Vice President (1969)

OLIVIER GISCARD D'ESTAING — France
Leading French economist; JCI Vice President (1962)

LAURENT DONA-FOLOGO — Cote d’Ivoire
Officer of the Ivory Coast National Order, Minister of information, Côte d'lvoire (1977), Assistant and advisor to President Houphouet-Boigny of Côte d'lvoire (1956-74), Minister of Youth, Information, Culture and Sports of Côte d'lvoire (1986-); JCI Senator No. 20983

SIR EDWARD DU CANN — United Kingdom
Member of Parliament (England) Member of the Taunton Jaycees

TAHAR EL MESMOUDI — Morocco
Minister of Commerce and Industry of the Kingdom of Morocco

JUAN PONCE ENRILE — Philippines
Minister of Defense, The Philippines (1980-1986)

JOSEPH ESTRADA — PHILIPPINES
President of the Philippines

DR. LIM CHONG EU — Malaysia
Chief Minister-Penang, Malaysia, founder president of Penang Jaycees

GERALD R. FORD — United States
38th President of the United States of America

WENDELL FORD — United States
U.S. Senator from Kentucky; Past President of the United States Jaycees (1956-57); Past JCI President; JCI Senator

JOEL R. GARCÍA — Puerto Rico
Director of Tourism of Puerto Rico (1977); Past JCI Vice President (1963)

MAURICE SERY GNOLEBA — Cote d’Ivoire
Minister of State of Côte d'lvoire, Senator No. 20984

ALBERT "AL" GORE, JR. — United States
Former Vice President of the United States; 1976 member of Smith County Jaycees, U.S.A.

PAUL GUIDIBO — Cote d’Ivoire
Minister of State of Côte d'lvoire, Senator No 27466

MICHEL HANSENNE — Belgium
Director of General International Labor Organization (ILO) from 1989, former Minister of Labor and Employment
in Belgium, JCI Senator No. 17228, Member of the Liege Jaycees

REIJIRO HATTORI — Japan
President of Hattori Seiko Co. Ltd.; JCI Senator No. 777, Past JCI Vice President (1959), Director of XII JCI World
Congress, Member of the Tokyo Jaycees

DAVID HAXTON — United States
UNICEF Representative to Brazil (1978), JCI Secretary General (1955-1958)

WILLIAM HAYDEN - Australia
Governor-General of Australia; past member of Innisfail Jaycees

STEINGRIMUR HERMANNSSON — Iceland
Former Prime Minister of Iceland (1983-1987) (and 1988- )

ALAN HIGHET — New Zealand
Minister of Internal Affairs, New Zealand

LARRY HOLMES — United States
Former United States heavyweight boxing champion

TITO HOZ DE VILA — Bolivia
National Congressman of Bolivia, JCI Senator No. 22425, LOM Cochabamba, JCI Executive Vice President (1980); JCI General Legal Counsel (1982)

HOWARD HUGHES — United States
Pioneer aviator, industrialist and filmmaker

HUBERT H. HUMPHREY— United States
38th Vice President of the United States of America; United States Senator; President of the Minneapolis,
Minnesota Jaycees, U.S.A.

FERNAND ICART — France
Minister of Equipment, France (1977), former president of Nice Junior Chamber Chapter

MONG-JOON JEONG — Korea
Vice President of Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)
National Assemblyman of Korea – Ulsan, Korea -Dong Ulsan Jaycees Senior Club member

DON E. JONES — United States
Mayor, Bossier City in Louisiana, U.S.A.; JCI Treasurer (1984), Past National President of the United States
Jaycees (1982-1983)

ALAIN LAMBERT — France
Budget Deputy Minister (June 2002- )

BONG-JOO LEE — Korea
Marathon Athlete, Gold Medallist, 2001 Boston Marathon, Silver Medallist, 1996 Olympic Games, Member of the Dongjak, Seoul Jaycees

HON. DOUG LEWIS — Canada
Minister of Transport, Canada; held other ministerial portfolios; past Junior Chamber National President; JCI Senator

LIEN HUA LIN — Republic of China
Congressman of Legislative Yuan, National President of the R.O.C. Jaycees (1973)

CHARLES LINDBERGH — United States
Famous American pioneer aviator

BENTHAM LIU — Republic of China
National Assembly Delegate in R.O.C.; President of R.O.C. Jaycees (1979), General Legal Counsel of Jaycees
International (1981); JCI Vice President (1980)

HON. DOUG LOWE, M.L.A. — Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
Premier of Tasmania (1978)

JAY LURYE — United States
Often referred to as America's "pioneer meeting planner," publicity and promotion chairman, State Convention of
Minnesota Jaycees (1948)

PHILLIP LYNCH — Australia
Minister of Australia, National President of Australia Jaycees (1966)

JOHNNY MAYOL — Puerto Rico
Director of Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (1977), past president of the San Juan Jaycees

TERRANCE J. McCANN — United States
Executive Director of Toastmasters International, former United States Jaycees staff officer

JACQUES MEDECIN - France
Minister of Tourism, France (1976-1977)

THOMAS S. MONAGHAN — United States
Chief Executive Officer of Dominos Pizza, past member of Michigan Jaycees, U.S.A.

WALTER MONDALE — United States
39th Vice President of the United States of America

YOSHIRO MORI — Japan
Former Prime Minister of Japan. Member of the Komatsu Jaycees

RENAUD MUSELIER — France
Foreign Relations Deputy Minister (June 2002- )

YASUHIRO NAKASONE — Japan
Former Prime Minister of Japan, Takasaki Japan Jaycees Senior Club member, former Director General-Japan's Science & Technology Agency, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, Chairman of the Defense Agency, Minister of
International Trade & Industry

RICHARD M. NIXON — United States
37th President of the United States of America; JCI Senator

DR. NYI-NYI — Burma
Ambassador of Burma to Australia (1978)

CONRAD O'BRIEN — Trinidad, West Indies
Member of the Senate, Trinidad, West Indies, Past JCI President (1964)

KEIZO OBUCHI — Japan
Former Prime Minister of Japan. Member of the Tokyo Jaycees

JULIO CÉSAR PÉREZ — Puerto Rico
Secretary of the Treasury, government of Puerto Rico (1977), past officer of the San Juan Jaycees

JULIO PIERLUISI — Puerto Rico
Secretary of Housing, Government of Puerto Rico (1977), past officer of the San Juan Jaycees

ARNALDO de OLIVEIRA SALES — Hong Kong
Chairman Urban Council - Hong Kong (1973-81), Hong Kong Junior Chamber President (1952-54), Most
Outstanding Jaycee of Asia (1954), JCI President (1956), Past member of the Victoria Jaycees, Honorary Vice-Counsel for Spain since 1957, Member
and Director of top international sports organizations and Olympic committees

KIM SANTOS — Guam
Miss World (1980)

DR. WALTER SCHEEL — Germany
President of the Federal Republic of Germany (1964), JCI Senator No. 33653

POUL SCHLÜTER — Denmark
Prime Minister of Denmark (1982- ), JCI Vice President and Legal Counsel (1962 and 1964, respectively) Member of the Copenhagen Jaycees

HON. EDWARD SCHREYER — Canada
Premier of Manitoba (1975-1977), Governor General of Canada (1979-1984), Canadian Ambassador to Australia,
Member of Beausejour Manitoba Jaycees, recipient of Outstanding Young Canadian (Vanier) Award (1974)

MAMADOU SIMPORE — Burkina Faso
Secretary General of the Postal Union of African States, founder of Jeune Chambre Economique de Haute Volta
(Burkina Faso) Mamber of the Ouaga Jaycees

LIM GUAN SING — Malaysia
Minister of Communications & Works - Sabah, Malaysia (1979)
Member of the Kota Kinabalu Jaycees

VITAY R. SINGH — Fiji
Past Speaker of Parliament of Fiji, Member of Parliament of Fiji and Past President of the Fiji Jaycees

SUSANTHA SIRIRATNE — Sri Lanka
Mayor of Moratuwa (1980), past treasurer of Moratuwa Jaycees

OLIVIER STIRN — France
Secretary of State for the Overseas Departments and Territories, government of the French Republic (1975-1976)

JOSEPH TADJO EHUE — Cote d’Ivoire
Vice President of the Supreme Court in Côte d'lvoire, President of Chamber of Accounts, Past Minister of Public
Works, JCI Senator No. 13822

DR. BHEKH B. THAPA — Nepal
Minister of Finance (1977), Ambassador to the United States; founder president of Nepal Jaycees

GANESH B. THAPA — Nepal
Senior Consultant to the United Nations; past deputy governor of Central Bank-Nepal; past national president of the Nepal Jaycees; Member of the Kathmandu Jaycees

JOSÉ LUIS VILLANUEVA B. — Costa Rica
Past President of the Costa Rica Legislative Assembly, Congressman of Costa Rica Legislative Assembly (1976), Former NOM President of Costa Rica

CESAR E.A. VIRATA — Philippines
Prime Minister of the Republic of Philippines (1981), JCI Senator No. 11964

KINGSLEY WICKRAMARATNE — Sri Lanka
Minister of Trade, Food and Commerce, Sri Lanka, 1972 JCI Vice President, 1973 JCI Executive Vice President

SIR MALCOLM WILCOX — United Kingdom
Past President of the British Junior Chamber (1960-61), Director of the Midland Bank, Ltd. (England), Member of the London Jaycees

DON YI WU — Republic of China
Magistrate of Nan Tou Hsian (State); Member of the Tsou Tung Jaycees (R.O.C.)

PO HSIUNG WU — Republic of China
Minister of Ministry of the Interior of R.O.C.; Chapter president of Tao Yuan Jaycees (1972)

WANG TSIO-YONG, M.D. — Republic of China
Member of the Control-Yuan, R.O.C., JCI Vice President (1957)

PETE WILSON — United States
Governor of California, U.S.A.; member of the San Diego Jaycees, Calif.

STEPHEN WONG SOON YU — Malaysia
Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister - Sabah, Malaysia (1979, Member of the Sandakan Jaycees

Notable JCI Singapore Members

Dato Dr Tan Hian-TsinJCI Senator Dr Datok Tan Hian Tsin

 Founder Crocodile International Pte Ltd

Junior Chamber International Asia Pacific Senate  Advisor

 

board_ChoonhuikohMr Koh Choon Hui, PBM, BBM

Managing Director Roche Pte Ltd

Chairman, Children's Society

 

serial-system-derek-gohJCI Senator Dr Derek Goh Bak Heng, PBM, BBM

Exec Chairman, Group CEO, Serial Systems Ltd

National President 1997 JCI Singapore

 

 

 

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