International Educational Consultant

Rosamund has worked internationally as an instructional designer and glossary-writer, Senior Lecturer and Field Chair in English for Academic Purposes. She has been a Professional Development writer and consultant for Tutors in the Tertiary Education sector, and a national Language, Literacy and Numeracy Adviser for employers and employees engaged in workplace training and learning.

Completing her undergraduate studies in French, Italian & German at Oxford Brookes University, followed by a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics & Phonetics, Ros has made full use of her knowledge of Linguistics and Phonology during her career. Professional qualifications include Membership of the Chartered Institute of Linguists in French and Membership of the New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters.

Ros’s research interests encompass translation theory and barriers to intelligibility, based partly on her translation work. She has several published books and plays from French to her credit, along with post-translation editing of journals and books published in the USA, Belgium, the UK and Italy.

Current and past projects include Academic Literacy development and teaching for the University of Oxford, glossary-writing, translation of the communication materials from the Musée de la Faïence in Quimper and on-going membership of the editorial board of the Quimper Journal, where she translates, proofreads and writes book reviews for an American and French-speaking audience.

Rosamund  Wilson, MA, MCIL, NZSTI

University of Oxford,
United Kingdom

Program Directress

Working in the field of Education and Applied Behavior Analysis since 2004, Josephine, established Winged Wonder in 2006 with the idea that creative teaching leads to creative learning. In educational principle, students learn and are able to observe practical and creative application of their learning because the right modalities, experiences and exposure were used to teach them. She constantly shapes this idea into academic success for students of Winged Wonder.

As the founder, her duties and responsibilities include, designing educational programs that inspire learning, writing the school’s policy and rules, managing staff, overseeing data processes, supporting systems and activities that ensure the effective flow of the institution, inspiring a healthy atmosphere conducive to education, as well as cultivating leadership among her fellow educators and students.

She specializes in handling various developmental disorders such as Autism, ADHD, Global delay, and other related disorders in relation to implementing ground breaking practices in cognitive, psychosocial treatments based on the latest neuroscientific and psychiatric research. She served as an educational consultant and resource speaker for ABS-CBN, formerly the Philippines’ largest entertainment and media conglomerate.

Josephine earned her Masteral degree in Special Education from the University of the Philippines – Diliman. Moreover, she received a certification in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (2015) from CBT Australia. She graduated from the University of Oxford and was awarded with a Diploma in European Studies and completed her MSc. in Neuroscience at King’s College London (KCL), United Kingdom. She was awarded with Distinctions for her dissertations from the University of Oxford (‘The Art of Subliminal and Overt Messaging and Persuasion of Nazi Propaganda’) and KCL ( ‘A Critical Review of Effective Psychotherapeutic and Psychopharmacological Treatments in Autism with Anxiety and OCD comorbidities’).

Currently, she is a doctor-in-training based in London and West Sussex, United Kingdom, with a research focus on neuroimaging, neurodevelopmental disorders, autism, anxiety, and the gut-brain-axis. Balancing her time as a doctoral researcher and managing Winged Wonder, she takes on these dual roles with dedication and passion.

Josephine Yuvienco Ambalada
Dip.(Oxon) M.A.Ed. (SPED) MSc. (Neuroscience)
University of the Philippines (2010)
University of Oxford (2017)
King’s College London (2022)