About Me:
Have been part of Isis International for the past 14 years. Started off as a volunteer, employee and now Chair of the Board of Trustees.

Currently employed at Miriam College, a small private women's college where I am the Chair of the International Social Work Program. I teach such courses as Gender and Society, Media and Advocacy, Child and Youth Studies to name a few.

Have been living in Asia for the past 18 years. Originally from Mexico City, raised in Chicago, Illinois and of Puerto Rican family background. Consider myself a multi-cultural feminist.

My Passions:
learning, traveling, reading, food and love

My Challenges:
mastering new languages

My Vision for the Future:
truth and understanding of the interconnections between all living beings as part of a larger universe. A time of truth and enlightment

My Areas of Expertise:
A Generalist

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You have reached out to World Pulse, and we are grateful for your presence. I must ask, in light of today's international events, What is ISIS International?

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