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Dominic Scott
Executive Director



Krishna C. Alejandrino is the current Executive Director of Junior Achievement Philippines. He has held this position for the past 10 years and continues to serve as the overall head of the operations, including training and development, business planning, financial management, and marketing of the organization to the top corporations and industry organizations in the Philippines and abroad, inspiring young people to value entrepreneurship. JA Philippines is part of JA Worldwide which ranks as one of the top 7 non-government organizations around the world.

He holds a Master’s Degree in Marketing with an emphasis on Market Research from the University of Santo Tomas and graduated Cum Laude back in 2003.

Aside from his extensive experience in leadership, marketing, and business management, he has been awarded by various institutions such as the Philippine Marketing Association (PMA), Financial Executives of the Philippines (FINEX), and Philippine Constructors Association (PCA) as “Marketing Adviser of the Year” from 2006 until 2008. In 2009, he was recognized as the “Most Outstanding Faculty Member (Coaching Award) by Southville International School and Colleges. He was also awarded as an Associate Fellow Business Educator (AFBE) by the Philippine Council of Deans and Educators in Business (PCDEB) and the Philippine Academy of Professionals in Business Education. In 2013, the Chartered Association of Business Administrators gave him the “Youth Development Award” for his notable achievements in establishing programs for young students. 2018 Service Excellence Award given by International Christian Academy (Association of Christian International Schools), 2018 Excellence Award given by Saint Joseph College, the 2018 Presidential Recognition award given by Philippine Council of Deans and Educators in Business and recognition and appreciation of US embassy Manila from the office of Ambassador Harry Thomas for his contribution on CSR projects in partnership with the US government

Krishna collaborated with various projects on CSR, particularly on the areas of entrepreneurship, work-readiness, and financial literacy in a multicultural and multinational corporate organization including Prulife UK, Prudence Foundation, Pilipinas Shell, HSBC, HP, AXA, Accenture, Pearl S. Buck Foundation, FedEx, DDB Advertising, Dell/EMC, Bloomberg, Microsoft, AIG, ADP global, Synchrony Financial, GE, CitiBank N.A. Bechtel, International University Alliance in the US and prominent local companies like PLDT Enterprise, PLDT SME, Col Financial, Mercedes Benz, MRTD, Go Negosyo/RFM, MRTD, and PTT oil.

Professionally, Mr. Alejandrino is a Chartered Business Administrator (ChBA), a certification given by the Chartered Association of Business Administrators – Canada; and he is also the Director for International Institute of Marketing Standards for the International Institute of Marketing Professionals (IIMP).

As the spearhead of this NGO, he is with JA on youth development and empowerment, and continues to be part of the advocacy to reach and help all the youth across the country.