Dr. Enilda Romero-Hall is native of Panama. Her cultural heritage is afro-latinx. She is fluent in both Spanish and English. As a learner, Dr. Romero-Hall has experienced the Panamanian, Canadian, and American education system. As part of her higher education, Dr. Romero-Hall studied Computer Programming at Centennial College in Toronto, Canada. She then pursuit a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in International Business at Emporia State University. After completing her undergraduate studies, she obtained a Master of Science degree in Instructional Design and Technology (Emporia State University) and Ph.D. in Education (Old Dominion University).
Dr. Enilda Romero-Hall has published over 30 journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, and columns. She has given numerous peer-reviewed presentations in regional, national, and international conferences. Dr. Romero-Hall has been invited as guest speaker, keynote speaker, and plenary at regional and international events in online and face-to-face formats. Her publication and presentation record contributes to the body of knowledge in the instructional design and technology field. These research contributions are not limited to publications; she also aimed to advance research in the field through her service as President of the Research and Theory Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT).