Personal History: My infancy was marked by the influence of women of strong character and courage. My grandmother and my paternal aunts raised me, and even though we did not have the means of an opulent household, they strived to provide me with the best education and values possible. Mi father, a man of integrity and very hard working inherited us his legacy, his determination and ability to overcome difficulty. My grandmother taught me that achievement comes with perseverance and my aunt (whom I consider my mother) instilled in me the way to lead without smothering or stepping on somebody else.
Education: The lack of professionals in my family made me doubt, many times, whether or not it was necessary to work towards a degree, since I had no mentor or a close family member to guide me in making the right decision. Eventually, as I exercised my profession as a journalist, the war against terrorism and narcotrafficking, overcame me with terror, as I suffered through the intimidation that any war victim must face. B. As a public correspondent I feel that it is my duty to be impartial and analytical when observing occurrences and when giving my opinion as necessary. I also learned that the media plays a transcendental role in the formation of leaders and in the preservation of the culture and its values.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
Current job : Hispanic Outreach Program Manager
Past jobs : Marketing Assistant
what languages do you speak?
Spanish and English.
what countries have you lived in?
where did you learn about nshp.org?
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It's quite a pleasure meeting such an accomplished writer...I also wanted to thank you for adding me to your NSHP network..this site is a better place with you as a member..thanks for joining! if you ever need any help in the Public relations area...don't hesitate to ask.
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