Danielle Y. Calantuan-Mejos is a graduate of the MA Humanities Program of the University of Asia and the Pacific. After graduating in 2006, she joined UA&P and has worked with the Humanities Program, the Literature Department, and, at present, the History Department of the College of Arts and Sciences. She has taught Classical and Renaissance Literature and is currently teaching a variation of the history of Christian Civilization. Thus far, she has been a mentor for 16 years, a teacher for 15 years, a wife of 11 years, and is a mother of three boys.
In addition to participating in numerous parenting seminars, she also holds a certificate in Family Life Education from UA&P and would like to understand further the complexities of the family in the contemporary world, and how Christianity plays a role in personal formation.