The VoiceMaster greatly believes in the talent of the youth, and in their ability to be an inspiration to their fellow youth. That is why he also mentors and develops VOTY members who have the potential to be a youth leader and a motivational speaker like him.
Patrick Gabriel Gonzales
Meet the youngest broadcaster and motivational speaker in the country, Patrick. There’s no surprise as he is the only son of the VoiceMaster! At age 8, Patrick started hosting his own radio show, Voice of the Children, on DWDD 1134 khz. He also goes with his dad to some speaking engagement, where he gets his own share of stage time. Patrick has spoken in the VoiceMaster’s significant talks — 1) the International Youth Assembly on August 2014, where he spoke to his biggest crowd yet of 10,000 young people, 2) Toastmasters Desert Voices on October 2014 in Dubai, and 3) Emerging Leaders Seminar on July 2015, where Patrick shared his insights on being a young leader.
Just like his father, Patrick captivates the audience with his charm, wit and wisdom while on stage. His energy during his talks is contagious, and he can definitely wow his audience with his own voice acting talent.
Patrick has also done some voiceover work for TAG Radio, the Filipino radio station in Dubai.
A 19-year-old Broadcast Communication student in Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Jexy is one of the youthcasters and anchors of Voice of the Youth Radio, VOTY’s flagship radio program, which airs on Radyo Inquirer 990AM every Saturday, 3-4:30pm. She is also one of the student founders and Vice President and Head of Student Voice Artists’ Society – PUP Chapter.
Jexy’s journey to becoming the youth leader she is today began after winning one of the scholarships to Voiceworx, when the VoiceMaster had a talk in their college in 2013. As a youthcaster, she is more inspired by the different people she meets, the social challenges and solutions that she learns and the life lessons that she is taught.
Jexy enjoys learning facts, taking risky-adventures and reading books. as a significant person in the making, she is a singer-dancer-actress-DJ-VJ-Host-writer-broadcaster-motivational speaker-photographer-videographer-wanna be. Now she is halfway there and living and leading her dreams.
One of the things that she would never want to leave is her only motherland, the Philippines. She strongly believes in the potentials of the youth today, who she feel has more advantage than the previous generations especially in terms of technology, and hopes to witness and experience a better Philippines.
Elaine is a fresh graduate of Communication Arts from Adamson University, but even when she was a student, she has already been serving as a role model to the youth. Elaine finished college as a scholar and a working student, and graduated with a Silver medal for maintaining a high GWA as an academic scholar.
Aside from her impressive achievements in school, Elaine has also been actively volunteering her time for various activities outside of school. She hosts events in Adamson for the Ozaman Study Grant, and also for weddings, birthdays and other special occasions. She also pursues one of her passions as an amateur photographer.
Elaine’s greatest volunteer work is as a youth broadcaster for VOTY’s radio programs. She started broadcasting for Radio Kabataan which aired in 2014 over at DZAR 1026. In July 2015, Elaine became a segment host in Voice of the Youth Radio and one of the main hosts in Gen Y-Z Radio, both airing over at Radyo Inquirer 990AM. Being a volunteer broadcaster is one of Elaine’s biggest volunteer work. She also actively volunteers her remaining free time helping street kids in the Manila area – doing storytelling, teaching good values and assisting in their feeding.
Jana is the youngest broadcaster in the country’s oldest AM radio station, DZRH. She is one of the main anchors of “Boses ng Kabataan,” and also plays the role of a news writer and reporter in the station. Her voice can be heard over the airwaves as “Jana Banana”.
Jana became an active member of Voice of the Youth Network after meeting the VoiceMaster in his radio guesting on their show. It wasn’t long before she started heading various projects of VOTY, such as VOTY’s radio drama team — which revolutionized the sound of radio drama, as we know it — and events like BroadCon 2015. Jana has also been invited to speak in various youth events to share her knowledge and expertise not only in radio broadcasting, but also in inspiring and motivating the youth.
Jana’s love for public speaking also made her one of the trainers of Voiceworx Caravan, the one-day voice acting workshop that the VoiceMaster brings to Mass Communication students in different schools around the country.
Jana graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, where she took up Broadcast Communication.
Dan has recently earned his degree in Broadcast Communication from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Despite being a fresh graduate, though, Dan already has gained extensive experience behind the microphone as a radio broadcaster, voice artist, events host and trainer.
Dan was one of the brave souls who took the VoiceMaster’s challenge to make voices on stage in one of his talks in PUP. He immediately became a Voiceworx scholar, and became an active member of VOTY since then. Dan was one of the main anchors of VOTY Radio on Radyo Inquirer for 2 years together with fellow youth leader, Jexy. He is also one of the co-founders of Student Voice Artists’ Society. Dan has also been an active radio drama talent in MOR 101.9.
Dan is one of the trainers of Voiceworx Caravan, sharing his knoweldge and expertise in voice acting and radio drama to the students of the workshop. He has also done some live voiceovers for conferences and expo’s through VOTY.
In his spare time, Dan enjoys photography, playing the guitar and solo travels.