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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Elmer P. Brabante is a graduate of Law from the Philippine Law School, has pre-law degree in English and a certificate in Teacher Education. He currently teaches English Language, Literature, and Logic at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, the country’s largest State University, and is currently pursuing Masters in Public Administration.
While finishing Law, he worked in the Business Process Outsourcing industry as Contracts Management Specialist, Debt Collector for a premiere American bank, as a Paralegal and Assistant Team Lead for a Philippine pioneer IT firm; and as an Instructor of English and Social Sciences cum radio-television anchor. Before rejoining the academe, Elmer was engaged as Security Officer in the Maritime Transportation Security Bureau of the Department of Transportation and Communications – Office for Transportation Security (OTS), responsible for formulating maritime security regulations and policies.
Elmer is a former student-youth leader, campus paper editor, theater artist, and multi-sectoral organizer. He was chairman of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) in Camarines Sur, editor of the University Student Publications Sapientia (USANT) and The Catalyst (PUP), director for advocacy and international affairs officer of the National Union of Students of the Philippines (NUSP), president of the Central Student Council of PUP, resident cultural worker of Kaboronyogan Bicol Cultural Network; officer of Bicol Teachers Alliance, the Philippines Health Social Science Association Camarines Sur Chapter; member of College English Teachers Association, the Council of Deans and Chairpersons of English, and ACT Teachers PartyList; and district coordinator for Bayan Muna PartyList in Camarines Sur.
His mission is to contribute in the realization of a genuinely just, free, democratic and sovereign Filipino nation and society through formal and alternative legal service, good governance, environmental stewardship, and transformative education.