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Ma. Carmen Alcuaz-Reyes
Executive, Entrepreneur, Education Practice Leader, and Facilitator
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Carmen is the Chief Practice Officer and Education Practice Leader at the Center for Leadership and Change, Inc. (CLCI), the Philippine partner of Franklin Covey.
 

 
Carmen is also the founder and former President of CLCI. At the time it was established in 1996, Carmen was also the Director of the Ateneo Central Guidance Bureau (CGB), a psychological services center serving the Ateneo and external clients. It was in CGB where she organized and introduced the first public 7 Habits workshop in April 1990, followed by the first public certification workshop in July.
 
In 1993, Carmen signed a license agreement with the Covey Leadership Center. She was also certified as a Master Facilitator by Dr. Dee Groberg.
 
She has over twenty years of experience in training and organizational development interventions. Her involvement as facilitator and facilitator trainer goes back to the mid-70s as an active member of the PIABS (Philippine Institute of Applied Behavioral Sciences), the pioneer in the “Training of Trainers” with focus on Experiential.
 
Her professional involvement includes the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) and the Psychological Association of the Philippines. By way of civic involvement, she chairs the St Joseph Cupertino Foundation and the Gregorio Araneta Social Development Foundation.
 
She was married to Dr. Ramon C. Reyes, professor of Philosophy at the Ateneo de Manila (he passed on in 2014) and has two sons, Xavier Paolo and Iñigo Rafael.

 

Accomplishments

Management Development Program, Asian Institute of Management

M. A. In Clinical Psychology, University of Minnesota

M. A. In Psychology, Ateneo de Manila University

Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts and Education, major in Philosophy and Mathematics, Assumption College, Magna Cum Laude

 

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