Lecture by First Latina US Ambassador at National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
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Lecture by First Latina US Ambassador

Saturday Aug 6, 2016

1701 Fourth Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102-4508

Phone: 246-2261
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Anna Uremovich

Phone: 505 246-2261
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US Ambassador Dr. Mari-Luci Jaramillo speaks about her experiences in the Republic of Honduras and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Latin America and working in education.

Join the Hispanic Women’s Council and the National Hispanic Cultural Center in the Education Building, Room 122/124, for a public lecture by US Ambassador Mari-Luci Jaramillo.

Dr. Mari-Luci Jaramillo, was the first Latina to serve as United States Ambassador. She was assigned to the Republic of Honduras as Ambassador and later as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Latin America under the Carter administration. She was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Latin America during the Clinton administration. Her career also included working as Assistant Vice President for Field Services for the nonprofit Educational Testing Services, and serving as a board member for the Children’s Television Network and other human rights advocacy boards. She served as Associate Dean in the College of Education and Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of New Mexico, Vice Chair of the Board of Regents at New Mexico Highlands University, and, most importantly, advisor and mentor to many undergraduate and graduate students.