I am a graduate of Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. During my time there, I received a Certificate in Latin American studies after completion of a set curriculum and an original thesis. For the past few years I have worked at the DMV's local Telemundo, a Hispanic broadcasting station. In my current position I read, write, and speak Spanish fluently and interchangeably with English.
My past experiences have led me to become an effective communicator who works well with others on collaborative projects. I am also a very organized, self-motivated, enthusiastic individual who puts great energy amd attention into each assignment
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
My current position at Telemundo is Office Operations Manager. I have learned a great deal about the news broadcasting industry, how to make managerial decisions, and how to be flexible and adaptable while simultaneously working on various projects within multiple departments. I would like to, however, work on foreign policy and international development as the Program Assistant or Research Assistant in an organization's Latin America Department.
what languages do you speak?
English, Spanish, Portuguese
what countries have you lived in?
United States, Mexico, Brazil
what's your Hispanic connection?
My mother was born and raised in Villa Lopez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Every summer since I was born we would spend 2-3 months living at my grandparent's house in Villa Lopez. I supplemented my experiential learning of the language with formal school classes in high school and in college.
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