Anabel Navarro is a Venezuelan human rights activist and visual journalist with more than 8 years of experience in communications, media, digital marketing and projects consulting. She is an actual columnist for Mundo Hispánico on these topics.
In 2020 she is taking the Cultivating Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) of the J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development at Georgia University and the GHCC.
In 2017 she graduated from the "Women's Economic Empowerment Program" (Avanzando Juntas) of The Latin American Association in Atlanta, Georgia; where her main project was "Business and marketing plan for BERAKAH ideas". That year Anabel also joined the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) and its chapter Hispanic Young Professional Entrepreneur (HYPE).
In 2016 she graduates from the "Global Competitiveness Leadership Program" at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. In Venezuela, she had also completed the Leadership and Public Policies Program (LIDERA) at the IESA, Venezuela's leading management institution.
Always with the desire to help others, she had international experiences, including presentations and talks in Washington, DC; Miami, New York City, Spain, Kosovo, and South Africa. In addition to numerous projects in her native Venezuela.
For more than 8 years she has been a consultant to various Venezuelan and international non-profit organizations, and also to social, cultural and political projects, helping them to improve their communications, create successful campaigns, establish strategies partners and achieve good branding, among others.
She comes up with this idea to bless [berakah] others through good management of her communications to achieve social impact!