Director of  Linkages and International Office, Philippine Normal University




Dr. Zenaida Q. Reyes is presently the Director of Linkages and Information Office, and formerly the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies Teacher Education Research and Dean of the College of Arts and Social Sciences of Philippine Normal University, the National Center for Teacher Education. She is presently one of the gender experts working with the Technical Panel on Women and Gender Studies in in the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Dr. Reyes is also a full professor of Social Sciences, trainer in women studies, women’s rights, human rights education, teaching social studies and social sciences, school leadership and educational management, assessment and evaluation, qualitative research and presently invited as gender expert of CHED technical working on Women Studies. She has also done researches and publications in the same areas. At present, Dr. Reyes is a member of the Asian European Meeting (ASEM) Lifelong Learning Hub Research Network No. 4 with Aarhus University, Denmark acting as the Secretariat. She was editorial consultant in integrating gender core messages in teacher education, textbook evaluator, writer of Social Studies books and articles for Elementary and Secondary school students and teachers and reviewer for the Licensure Examination for Teachers. Occasionally, she was also invited by the Department of Education, teacher education institutions and publishing houses as consultant and evaluator for content and instructional design in Social Studies for basic and tertiary education.

Her academic background provided strong foundation for her professional career. Dr. Reyes finished her Ph.D in Philippines Studies with specialization in Society and Culture at the Asian Center, University of the Philippines; Master of Arts in Education in Educational Administration at the Philippine Normal University; Bachelor of Science in Education major in Social Science, Magna Cum Laude; and Postdoctoral Training in University Staff Development under the German Development Foundation Scholarship at the University of Kassel, Witzenhausen, Gemany.