Oct 16 Educational & Community Support Models for Development in Colombia

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Event information here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B99ebkG0WZZQanVBX2hBOWdxc1pRQ0Y5YUtNZGxGOUg0czI0/view?usp=sharing 

Organizer:  Didier Bolaños Gonzalez
Master of Development Practice (MDP) student
University of Minnesota
Co-Director - Fundación Red Proyecto Gente FRPG- Colombia

Ed. Note: Natalia Ariza Ramírez is 2017-18 Hubert H. Humphrey International Fellow at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.  

Ms. Ramírez is an economist at the National University of Colombia - NUC. She holds a master's degree in Economics Science from NUC with an emphasis on Theory and Economic Policy. Ms. Ramírez is an expert in the design, execution, monitoring and evaluation of public policies, especially in the education sector, training for work, and employment. She has also led the construction of the regulatory and public policy framework of the sectors of work and education over the past 12 years. Ms. Ramírez served as an independent consultant as Deputy Minister of Higher Education from 2014 to 2016. She has also held management positions in public institutions in Colombia, including the National Apprenticeship Service, Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Social Protection, and the National Planning Department. Ms. Ramírez believes that access to quality education for children and young people is the only way to achieve social cohesion.

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