Jesús Santiago Rosado

VP Professional Development
Braxton School of PR

Professor Jesús M. Santiago Rosado, a native of Bayamón, Puerto Rico, has had the opportunity to serve the country as an organizational leader and as an educator at the elementary, college, and university levels in both PR and the US for the past 17 years. a doctoral degree in education with two specialties; educational leadership and organizational leadership. He has been a member of PRDE public policy advisory teams in the areas of curriculum and content standards. In the organizational area, he has stood out in leadership, management and vice-presidential positions in both public and private entities. For the past fifteen years, he has distinguished himself as an organizational and educational leader in the area of ​​teacher professional development. After completing his doctoral degree, he completed a Certificate in School Leadership and Management at Harvard University Graduate Schools of Education and Business. He currently serves as the Vice President of Professional Development for the Braxton School of PR and a professor in the doctoral program in Educational Leadership at Abraham Fischler College of Education at Nova Southeastern University.