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Venezuelan Political Scientist Beatrice Rangel Joins El American As Guest Writer

La politóloga venezolana Beatrice Rangel se une a El American como escritora invitada

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As part of a partnership with the Interamerican Institute for Democracy (IID), the Editorial Board of El American is pleased to welcome one of its board members, Venezuelan political scientist, analyst, and economist Beatrice Rangel, who joins the team as a guest writer.

Rangel’s vast career in international relations and politics began in the 1970s when she worked in the secretariat of the Protocol Office of the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she later served as an advisor to the minister.

Over the years, Rangel has provided advice to the President of the Republic, the Finance Committee of the Chamber of Deputies in the National Congress, and the Ministry of Science and Technology. In addition, she was coordinator of Foreign Relations and later director of the National Council of Scientific and Technological Research (CONICIT).

In 1983, she was elected to the Venezuelan National Congress as alternate deputy for the State of Miranda, and later served as secretary general of the Venezuelan Ministry of Education and executive secretary of the Presidential Commission in charge of drafting the National Education Reform Project.

With decades of experience in advising on Venezuela’s political affairs, Beatrice Rangel served as chief of staff during the administration of former Venezuelan President Carlos Andres Perez, and actively participated in his campaign for conflict resolution in the region.

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Since then, Rangel’s experience has been featured in multiple international media outlets, where she has collaborated as an analyst and columnist.

With Rangel’s expertise, El American continues on its path to become the premier window of liberty ideas for the Hispanic community.

Welcome to the team, Beatrice!

Tomás Lugo, journalist and writer. Born in Venezuela and graduated in Social Communication. Has written for international media outlets. Currently living in Colombia // Tomás Lugo, periodista y articulista. Nacido en Venezuela y graduado en Comunicación Social. Ha escrito para medios internacionales. Actualmente reside en Colombia.

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