Women Empowerment, Organizational Development, Management Control Systems, Security and Peacebuilding
Strategic Management, Strategic and Operational Planning, Gender and Development, Policy Research, Leadership Development, Training Management, Workshop Facilitation
Michelle joined the Center for Local and Regional Governance as a University Researcher in 2019. She has organized customized training programs for some LGUs, and served as a case writer, training facilitator, and resource speaker for the Center’s consultancy and training programs. She has previously worked as a Defense Researcher with the Philippine Navy and as a Planning Officer with the Philippine Competition Commission, where she helped develop organizational management systems and Gender and Development (GAD) policies and initiatives.
She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science degree from the University of the Philippines Diliman and is currently completing the Master of Public Administration program of the UP National College of Public Administration and Governance.
Empowerment, Satisfaction, Commitment, And Retention Intention Among Women in the Military: The Case of the Philippine Navy. Forthcoming publication with the Philippine Journal of Public Administration.
From Performance Management to Governance: An Assessment of the Balanced Scorecard in Philippine Government Agencies.
Winning the Elusive Peace: An Assessment of the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ Internal Peace and Security Plan “Bayanihan.” Policy Paper.
The Sail Plan Management System: A Case Study on Management Control System in The Philippine Navy. Philippine Army Journal.