Cesar Polvorosa, Jr. is a Professor of geography at the Humber Business School and instructor of economics at Seneca College. He is a writer, strategic planner, and socioeconomic consultant. His published works span economics, business, and literary fields. He was AVP of Corplan and head of research of a Philippine bank before coming to Canada for his PhD. His literary publications included a number of short stories and poems in major Philippine magazines and a few haikus in a Japanese newspaper. He had been anthologized in the Likhaan Anthology of Poetry and Fiction. He is a Board Director of Story Telling Toronto and was a 2008 Emerging Writer of Diaspora Dialogues (short story). He garnered his BA (cum laude) from the University of the Philippines while his Master of Policy Science was from the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (Tokyo, Japan). He is a PhD Candidate in Geography of York University where he focuses on ethnic and immigrant entrepreneurship. He had been a scholar in his BA, MA, and PhD studies.
Cesar is a DD 2008 short form alum and worked with Antanas Sileika