Librea, Rosette Gilda C.

. Rosette Gilda C. Librea is Lecturer at the Development Studies Programme of the Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU). She is a part-time Professorial Lecturer II at the graduate schools of the University of the East (UE), teaching public administration and governance courses from 2006 up to present. Also, she taught at the University of Sto. Tomas from 2010-2014 on Development Studies and Public Administration courses. She finished her doctoral degree in Public Administration at University of the Philippines-National College of Public Administration and Governance (UPNCPAG) and her Master's degree in Public Management at Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP). Her research interests are in development trade-offs, corruption, human rights, development projects and good governance, which serve as themes for her research publications. She recently worked as Chief of Staff of retired Justice Celia L. Leagogo at the Court of Appeals from 2014-2020. Before she joined the Court of Appeals, she was Director IV of the Strategic Planning and Management Office (SPMO) of the Commission on Human Rights. Also, in the past many years, she was engaged in various consulting services with internationally funded projects such as: GOP-UNDP Project Management Office Manager from 2003-2007; consultant of the Office of the Ombudsman on its World Bank Funded Integrity Management Program (IMP) and the UNDP funded Implementation and Review of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) from 2007 -2014; consultant of the Presidential Human Rights Committee on National Human Rights Action Planning from 2006 -2013; and part-time consultant of the Center for Public Resource Management on Organization Development and Governance projects from 2003 -2010. She also served as a resource person on various occasions in both local and international human rights conferences. She was Training Coordinator in human settlements work with the defunct Ministry of Human Settlements from 1976 -1986 and community organizer and field researcher with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) and Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement from 1971 – 1975. Given her diverse academic and professional exposures, she is willing to supervise theses in the following areas: human rights and development; corruption and good governance; poverty and sustainable development; local governance and community development; and public administration and development
Status: 
Part Time
Administrative Position: 

Executive Assistant, Office of Justice Celia Leagogo, Court of Appeals

Contact No.: 
8426-6001 local 5218
Courses Taught: 

DEV 107 Project Management
DEV 181.2i Disaster Risk Reduction and Society 
DEV 181.4i: Special Humanitarian Action - Human Rights and Development.
DS 135.16 Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programs
DS 145.3 International Frameworks and Practices