Teddy Boy Locsin named Philippine Ambassador to the UN

Teddy Boy Locsin named Philippine Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) by President Rodrigo Duterte. He was formerly married to Philippine Stock Exchange Director Vivian Yuchengco. They have two daughters. And if the name sounds familiar, yes, Vivian Yuchengco, scion of RCBC, is the woman in that infamous urban legend with Gretchen Barretto in an elevator.

In his words, Teddy Boy Locsin describes himself as a Speechwriter, TV anchor and journalist. He is also known as "one of the most amusing online presences on Twitter."

Teodoro "Teddyboy" Locsin Jr. is actually a former politician, former cabinet member, lawyer, and presently an accomplished journalist. He was a congressman of the 1st district of Makati City from 2001 to 2010. He currently does the editorial segment entitled "Teditorial" for ANC's nightly newscast, The World Tonight.

He was considered to be a Supreme Court Associate Justice in 2009 and in 2012.

Here are the long list of journalistic experience that Teddy Boy Locsin have:

Host of #NoFilter on ANC (2016–present)
Radio anchor of DZRH Executive Session (2014–present)
Segment anchor of The World Tonight's TEDitorial (2011–present)
Former host of Assignment on ABS-CBN (1994–2003)
Publisher and editor-in-chief of Today Newspaper (Manila Standard Today) (1993–2005)
Executive director of Philippine Free Press magazine (1993–present)
Publisher of The Daily Globe newspaper (1988–1993)
Presidential speechwriter of Office of the President (1985–1992)
Presidential spokesperson, legal counsel and speechwriter, office of Pres. Corazon Aquino of Ministry of Information, MalacaƱang (1986–1988)
Lecturer of US War College (1991)
Executive assistant to the chairman of Ayala Corporation and Bank of the Philippine Islands (1982–1985)
Associate of Angara, Abello, Concepcion, Regala and Cruz Law offices (1977–1982)
Editorial writer of Philippine Free Press (1967–1972)

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