Resty, a fourth-year Electronics and Communication Engineering major is a resident intellectual giant of the College of Engineering. He had joined and won several competitions in and outside our university campus. Resty was the Philippine delegate to Youth Camp for Asia’s Future 2006 in South Korea. He was Youth Ambassador to Peace Tech Embassy (Peace Tech 6 & 7). Resty was also a delegate to Galing Pilipino Movement Young leaders Camp. He is a Tanglaw ng Iskolar Awardee. He won in Taking It Global Art Competition.
Resty is affiliated with numerous dynamic organizations. He is the founding president of the Engineering Circle of Debate Enthusiast (ECODE). Resty also served as Chairman of the Scholar’s Leadership Enhancement Training (SLET 2005). He is an officer of ECESS, the student’s society of ECE Students. He also founded, and now serves as over-all chairman of Right Channel (RC). Dou Kou Kai PUP Nihonggo Student Society is another organization Resty founded.
This senior Engineering student is also the Director for Membership of Voice of the Youth Network. Resty is also the Senior Scholar Adviser of KATAGA (PUP Honor’s Society). He proves his intellectual prowess, having won 3rd place in the University Debate Competition, and bagged the Best Speaker Award in the finals.
Donald Trump is one of Resty’s role model. He chose him because, “He’s funny and witty. Have I mentioned that he’s a really good leader?” Speaking about leadership, Resty has a strong conviction that “everything falls on leadership – ending it with the finality of a PERIOD.”
There’s no better way to capsulate Resty Q. Flores, but through the words of Clarence Randall, “The leader must know, must know that he knows, and must be able to make it abundantly clear to those around him that he knows.” And the words, no better illustrated than with Resty’s leadership.