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Dr. Elizabeth Q. Enanoria-Carbajosa hails from the “Pearl of the Orient Seas”—the Philippine Islands. She is the eldest of the five children of the late Emilio Librando Enanoria and Leonarda Mapanao Quezada. She is married to Benito Santillan Carbajosa, Jr and is blessed with two sons: Emil Benedict Carbajosa and Jann-Aron Benelli Carbajosa. She studied at Cebu City, the “Queen City of the South” in the Philippines. She graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Arts in English and Sociology at Velez College and Master of Arts in English Language Teaching at the University of San Carlos. She took up her Doctor of Education at the University of Southern Mindanao in her home town, Kabacan, Cotabato. Should time warrants she wishes to finish her second doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy in Education from the University of San Carlos, Cebu City.
She spent most of her professional life in higher education. She began teaching at the age of 20 at the Notre Dame of Kabacan. She was a professor of English and Literature in Cebu Doctors’ College and University of San Carlos, Cebu City, and San Beda College, Manila. Before she came to Liberia, West Africa to serve as Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA), she served as the Dean of the College of Education at St. Luke’s Institute in Cotabato, the Academic Dean of AMA Computer College in Manila, and then Dean of Languages and Social Sciences at the Asian Colleges of Science and Technology (ACSAT) in Manila. She also served several organizations that provide leadership training and development to improve the condition of the teachers and the educational system of the Philippines. She served as the Director of the Regional Teachers Center for Central Visayas, Philippines that established working relations with the government of Harlemeermeer, the British Columbian Teachers Federation (BCTF), CoDev-Canada, and Asian Partnership for Human Development (APHD). She still serves as a consultant to the Philippine-Canadian Community Organizations (PCCO).
It is her passion for global education and social transformation that brought her to William V. S. Tubman University in Harper, Liberia, West Africa. She knows that most people take education as a hope to improve their lives. She wishes to make a difference in the lives of the people by helping craft relevant and meaningful curricula. She believes in nationalistic, liberative, liberating, gender-sensitive, and globally competitive curricular programs for the people. She trusts in William V. S. Tubman University’s commitment of providing rich educational experiences for the students and in leading the community for social and technological development. Dr. Elizabeth Q. Enanoria-Carbajosa is a member of the College English Teachers Association-Philippines. She was also an officer of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers-Philippines, a member for the Educacion Internationale, and the World Confederation for Organizations in the Teaching Profession (WCOTP). In Harper, Maryland she is the Second Vice President of the newly organized National Association of University Women of Maryland County (NAUW).
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