Dr. Rose obtained her PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of the Philippines-Diliman in 2013, while her Masters in Chemical Engineering and BS Chemical Engineering degree was obtained from Adamson University. She is also a Professor in the Graduate School Department under the Master of Engineering Program at Adamson University since 2006. In 2017, she obtained her Post Doctorate Degree in Green Power: Hydrogen Generation and Fuel Cell Development from the University of California Merced, USA (in collaboration with the Energy Storage and Conversion Materials Laboratory of the University of the Philippines, Diliman). She is a visiting scientist to several universities abroad such as the University of California Merced in USA, Kindai University in Japan, National Taiwan University and Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science in Taiwan. She has published more than 20 research papers in water treatment and remediation, green technology, fuel cells, electrodialysis, nanomaterials, high voltage spatial electricity, batteries in peer-reviewed journals, and have more than 15 textbooks published in chemical engineering and processes. As an educator, she is very active in publishing her research to local peer reviewed journals. An advocate of Climate Action, a Climate Reality Leader Corp Member and a budding Sustainability and Circularity talent, Dr. Mendoza is also presently actively engaged in several local and international Green Federation as Board Member and Officer such as the Green Party of the Philippines, and Treasurer of the Asian Pacific Federation of Green Women's Network. She is also one of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Society of Engineering Educators, Mark Energy Revolution Corporation and one of the pioneering members of the Philippine Institute of Chemical Engineers, CaMaNaVa Chapter, and an Associate Member of the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP).