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Ana holds a degree in journalism from Universidad Diego Portales and an MA in Humanities from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Chile. For over 6 years, she served as Director of Communications at Protectora de la Infancia, a local NGO that deals with children and education. For more than five years, she worked at the Santiago-based office of Harvard’s David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, in charge of faculty programs in the region. She served as coordinator of Harvard’s early education program in Chile, “Un Buen Comienzo”. A native of Chile, she is currently living in California with her husband and four kids.
Ale holds a degree in education and another in translation from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. For nine years, she directed the intership and volunteer programs in Chile and neighboring countries for the Santiago-based office of Harvard’s David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, successfully placing hundreds of students in positions ranging from non-profit and international entities to private and public sector organizations. For over six years, she lived, studied and worked in Massachusetts, USA, where she taught Spanish language and culture to high school students. Borned in California, now she lives in Santiago with her husband and three sons.
María Luisa Valdés
María Luisa graduated from Universidad Católica de Chile in English literature and education and she is also a simultaneous English-Spanish translator. She worked for more than 15 years in the area of education teaching English as a second language in Chile, and Spanish at public schools in Massachusetts and Iowa. She coordinated several educational projects and teacher training courses for low-income schools in Chile. Native from Santiago, she lives there with her husband and four children.