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Paz H. Diaz, PhD.

Academic Consultant

Paz H. Diaz, PhD. has worked for over 40 years in the field of communication and small business entrepreneurship in the Philippines and abroad. She worked as a consultant with the UN-International Labour Organisation in Africa and Asia, World Vision, Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (German Technical Cooperation Agency GTZ), TECHNONET ASIA, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), Children’s International Summer Villages (CISV), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (ICRC), and the World Bank. She served in various countries, including Bangladesh, Botswana, Fiji, the Gambia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Kenya, Korea, Lesotho, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tonga, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. She received training on entrepreneurship in India, the UK, and Switzerland while she trained to be a trainer in Ireland. She co-edited four volumes containing 15 case studies per volume on Information and Communications Technology for Development (ICT4D) published in 2008 and 2009 by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). She participated as Knowledge Management Specialist in the World Bank Project: Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, City-to-City Sharing Initiative for Developing Countries, in Quito, Kathmandu, and Makati, from 2010 – 2013.

Dr. Diaz is a communications consultant, researcher, case writer, media literacy expert, trainer, and training materials developer. Her research work spans both quantitative and qualitative research studies for organizations, among which are the UNESCO, UNICEF, and the Small Enterprises Research and Development Foundation. From 2000 – 2003, she wrote the scripts for video documentaries submitted to the Occupation Safety and Health Center of the Department of Labor and the ILO on the following topics: Child Laborers in Small-Scale Gold Mining Sites, Hidden Child Laborers in Marikina’s Shoe Factories, Steven Johnson’s Syndrome and Other Diseases Acquired by Women in the Workplace, Safety and Health in the Small-Scale Industry Sector, and Saving Children from Exploitation in Biñan.

She participated in the writing and development of a Handbook for the Reintegration of Overseas Filipino Workers (2018); and two publications on teaching entrepreneurship, which include Windows to Entrepreneurship: A Teaching Guide (2014) for trainers or faculty members, and a partner textbook for learners, Entrepreneurship Study and Practice (2016).

Other members of Academic Support Group
Dr. Elizabeth Soliday-Naui
Elizabeth Soliday-Naui, PhD.
President
Ms-Fernanda-Bonini
Ms. Fernanda Maria Bonini
Academic Director
Sidney-Wuo
Mr. Sidney Wuo
Lead Faculty, International Business Management
Paula-Navarro
Ms. Paula Navarro
Lead Faculty, Languages
Daniel-Vacarro-Perez
Atty. Daniel Vacarro Pérez
Lead Faculty, International Taxation
Christine-Ross
Ms. Christine Ross
Academics
Greg-Radzki
Mr. Greg Radzki
Faculty, Communication
Cosme-Marin
Mr. Cosme Marin
Faculty, Restaurant Management
Helene-Weiss
Ms. Helene Weiss
Faculty, Hotel Management
Ylenina-Sanna
Ms. Ylenina Sanna
Faculty, Restaurant Management
Hadje-Sadje
Mr. Hadje C. Sadje
Faculty, Sociology, Religious & Political Studies
The Netherlands and Belgium
Karen-Barranon
Karen Barranon, PhD.
Program Director for Mexico
Carmen-Gomez
Ms. Carmen Gomez
Lecturer, Hotel & Restaurant Management
Willem-Van-Rossem
Mr. Willem Van Rossem
Lecturer, Hospitality Management
Pere-Ramon
Mr. Pere Ramon
Lecturer, Hotel Management
Emil-Maravillas
Mr. Emil Maravillas
Lecturer, Tourism
Charalampous-Petrou
Mr. Charalampous Petrou
Lecturer, Tourism
Patrick-Naui
Mr. Patrick Naui
Instructional Design Strategist
Kamila-Ortiz
Ms. Kamila Ortiz
Digital Content & Social Media Manager