I am a caring person detail oriented, bilingual Venezuelan, and american citizen thats jut moving back to the US again. I traveled a lot in my formative years. Aside from the college experience listed below I attended three years of Sociology in Caracas, Venezuela but had to leave due to the countries dire situation. I also used to be a fundraiser for high profile donors, so I had to organize events and parties of all sorts in order to achieve that. I also did a part of fundraising and networking for art galleries. I was in the finally process of opening my own gallery with a focus on having artists share their savvy with underserved children that wanted to pursue a Career in art. I think it goes without saying that I love art in all its shapes and forms.
I was born in Caracas Venezuela, and lived there from 1993 to 2010 and then again from 2012 to 2016, just arrived in Philadelphia the 28th of November 2016. I went to high-school and College there, I was a sociology student, worked for galleries, and non profits and fundraising with high profile donors. Fluent conversation in art, culture and history. I want to share my experience with anyone seeking to learn or improve their Spanish. Classical music and opera enthusiast, culture oriented. Have and array of Spanish tv shows and movies that can help improve and learn conversational Spanish. Fully immersed in the world of Art. My hobbies back home included socializing and working with all sorts of artist musicians and Venezuelan personalities, such as my Great-grandmother Olga Briceño the former cultural Attache for the US embassy in Caracas. My family hosted an exchange student for a year, from England, whom I mentored in Spanish and helped him improve his conversational skills. I also volunteered for a couple months a year during summer vacation to watch over, and tutor in multiple disciplines a Special needs child whose now 17 years old. I did freelance translation work, and was occasionally hired on weekends to receive dignitaries and serve as an interpreter.