About Isabel Landaeta
Isabel will graduate next June from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid, Spain, with a degree in Translation and Interpreting, and will also complete her masters in Governance and Human Rights at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She was born in Venezuela and lived in Colombia, Costa Rica and Chile before moving to Spain. Interested in human rights, she wrote her final paper for the IB diploma on HR Violations in Failed States. She has enjoyed volunteering for a long time, and spent this summer at an orphanage in Kenya immersing herself in the local culture and helping kids affected by HIV. Isabel participated in internship programs at Hewlett-Packard Chile’s legal department, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean of the United Nations (ECLAC) in Chile, and currently at RR Donnelley in Madrid. After graduating, she wants to join an NGO involved in microfinance for women where she expects to apply her experience in cultural diversity to work on poverty reduction.
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