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List of presidents of the Junior Chamber International

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The World President of the Junior Chamber International is elected annually at the JCI World Congress.

Year elected Name of President[1] National Organization Area Note
1945/46 Raul Garcia Vidal Mexico the Americas
1946/47 Erasmo A. Chambonnet Panama the Americas
1947/48 C. Taylor Cole United States the Americas
1948/49 Victor Boucas Brazil the Americas JCI Creed is adopted
1949/50 Théo Staar Belgium Europe First European elected
1950/51 Ramon V. del Rosario Philippines Asia-Pacific First Asian elected
1951/52 Philip T. R. Pugsley Canada the Americas JCI Senate established
1952/53 Roberto Villanueva Philippines Asia-Pacific
1954 Douglas L. Hoge United States the Americas
1955 Peter B. Watts New Zealand Asia-Pacific
1956 Arnaldo De Oliveira Sales Hong Kong Asia-Pacific
1957 Ira D. Kaye United States the Americas
1958 Alberto Philippe Morales Mexico the Americas
1959 Maurice C. Sexton New Zealand Asia-Pacific
1960 Milton Zapata Puerto Rico the Americas
1961 Peter Frankel Brazil the Americas
1962 Leslie M. Perrott Australia Asia-Pacific
1963 Eric H. Stevenson[2] Scotland Europe
1964 Conrad O'Brien Trinidad and Tobago (JCI West Indies) the Americas
1965 John D. Rundle Australia Asia-Pacific
1966 Edward A. Merdes United States the Americas
1967 Clifford E. Myatt Puerto Rico the Americas
1968 Philippe Abravanel Switzerland Europe
1969 Thomas E. Gates United States the Americas
1970 Hiroshi Maeda Japan Asia-Pacific
1971 Graham Sinclair New Zealand Asia-Pacific
1972 Royce R. Pepin Australia Asia-Pacific
1973 L. A. Roy Banarsee Jamaica (JCI West Indies) the Americas
1974 A. Jay Smith United States the Americas
1975 Jean Claude Féraud France Europe
1976 Feliciano Belmonte Philippines Asia-Pacific
1977 Ronald G. S. Au United States the Americas
1978 Carl Peterson Guam (JCI Pacific) Asia-Pacific
1979 Kumar Gera India Asia-Pacific
1980 Patricio Izurieta Ecuador the Americas
1981 Gary Nagao Japan Asia-Pacific
1982 Barry Kennedy United States the Americas
1983 Kjell Peterson Sweden Europe
1984 Joe Murphy Ireland Europe JCI is present in 55 countries and has 500.000 members
1985 Victor C. Luciano Philippines Asia-Pacific
1986 Mohammed Moncef Barouni Tunisia Africa and the Middle East First African elected
1987 Phil Berry United States the Americas
1988 Jennifer Yu Hong Kong Asia-Pacific First woman elected
1989 Isfahani Sameen Sri Lanka Asia-Pacific
1990 Jorge Suncar Morales Dominican Republic the Americas
1991 Reginald Schaumans Belgium Europe
1992 Albert Hiribarrondo France Europe
1993 Robby Dawkins United States the Americas
1994 Arnaud Godère Mauritius Africa and the Middle East
1995 David Hide Oji Japan Asia-Pacific
1996 Thomas Clear III United States the Americas
1997 Crispin Dy Philippines Asia-Pacific
1998 Petri Niskanen Finland Europe
1999 Youk Suk Choi Korea Asia-Pacific
2000 Karyn Bisdee New Zealand Asia-Pacific
2001 Georges A. Bouverat Switzerland Europe
2002 Salvatore Battle Catalonia Europe
2003 Bruce Rector United States the Americas
2004 Fernando Sanchez-Arias Venezuela the Americas
2005 Kevin Cullinane Ireland Europe
2006 Lars Hajslund Denmark Europe
2007 Scott Greenlee United States the Americas
2008 Graham Hanlon Ireland Europe
2009 Jun Sup Shin Korea Asia-Pacific
2010 Roland Kwemain Cameroon Africa and the Middle East
2011 Kentaro Harada Japan Asia-Pacific
2012 Bertolt Daems Netherlands Europe
2013 Chiara Milani Italy Europe
2014 Shine Bhaskaran[3] India Asia-Pacific
2015 Ismail Haznedar[4] Turkey Europe
2016 Paschal Dike Nigeria Africa and the Middle East
2017 Dawn Hetzel United States the Americas
2018 Marc Brian Lim Philippines Asia-Pacific
2019 Alexander Tio Indonesia Asia-Pacific
2020 Itai Arthur Manyere Zimbabwe Africa and the Middle East
2021 Ryubun Kojima Japan Asia-Pacific

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  2. ^ "Obituary: Eric Stevenson, businessman who relished a challenge and built up a very Scottish company in Asia". Retrieved 12 February 2020.
  3. ^ "JCI President and Board of Directors". Junior Chamber International. Retrieved 31 July 2014.
  4. ^ "JCI President and Stakeholders". Junior Chamber International. Retrieved 12 October 2015.
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