Jules Guiang is a Host, Youth Leader, and an entrepreneur.
He was a main stay host of the Philippines’ government network People’s Television Network or PTV-4 until exposing publicly some labor practices in his home network.
He hosted PTV-4’s morning show for 8 years, several public affairs shows such as “Iskoolmates” a youth debate show and another one for the Department of Interior and Local Government, “Tayo Na!,” and “Sulong Pilipinas” for Department of Finance.
As a youth leader, he is the Chairperson of the 2030 Youth Force Asia-Pacific (YFAP) Regional Council. As Founder, he serves as the Chairman of the Board of the 2030 Youth Force in the Philippines Inc. (YFPH). Both YFAP and YFPH are formations of youth advocates for the sustainable development goals or SDGs.
He is also the Founder and Board Chairman Emeritus of the National Alliance of Youth Leaders Inc. (NAYL). NAYL advocates for youth empowerment, education as a right, and social justice. NAYL carried Tatak Botante, a voter’s education campaign, in 2014.
He is one of the members of the recently-created United Nations Youth Advisory Board - Philippines.
As an entrepreneur, he opened a co-working space in Manila, “The Hatch Hub” - an affordable, collaborative, and advocacy-based shared-space.
Currently, he is a Co-Creator of Quarantalk Media, a digital media platform that produces content about socially relevant issues.
Through the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI), Jules had his 2-month internship with Cultural Vistas in Washington DC, USA in 2015.
He graduated from the University of the Philippines - Diliman with a degree of BA Public Administration in 2014. Currently, he is finishing his Master in Public Administration with focus on Voluntary Sector Management at the same university.