Alyssa Valdez Is A “Woman of Style and Substance”

Every year, People Asia magazine comes up with their list to give tribute and celebrate women that epitomizes success and serves as great inspiration to many. These women are noteworthy movers and outstanding achievers in their own fields.

Ateneo De Manila University volleyball player Alyssa Valdez  joins this year’s list of People Asia magazine’s “Women of Style and Substance” .

Alyssa Valdez Is A "Woman of Style and Substance"
Image Courtesy of Alyssa Valdez Facebook Page

Alyssa Valdez was awarded Most Valuable Player in UAAP Season 76  as well as Finals MVP, Best Scorer and Best Server. Dubbed as the “Phenom” for her athletic prowess and outstanding volleyball skills, she is considered one of the best volleyball players in the country today. A lot of people admire her and what makes her supporters love her more is her humility, her genuine smile and her big heart. She remains grounded despite the popularity she gets in the collegiate, national and even international volleyball scene. As a student-athlete, she continues to be an inspiration to many youth who dreams of being successful in sports and also excel in their studies. Aside from being a multi-awarded athlete, the 21-year old volleybelle,  is also part of Ateneo’s dean’s lister who is currently taking up AB Psychology.

Alyssa Valdez Is A "Woman of Style and Substance"
Image from Alyssa Valdez Instagram

People Asia boast  an impeccable line up for this year. Aside from Valdez, the list also includes Alice Dixson, Toni Gonzaga, Iya Villania, Alexandra Rocha, Bea Rose Santiago, Kara David, Malou Romero, Jenny Rockett, Ingrid Chua-Go, Mia Arcenas, Reina Reyes, Maricar Parco, Bianca Guidotti, Yvethe Santiago and MJ Lastimosa.

Alyssa Valdez Is A "Woman of Style and Substance"

Grab a copy of People Asia August-September issue to know more about these 16 outstanding women.

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Written by Kaye

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