Verona Iriarte

 

Verona Iriarte is a Founder and Director on the Board for the CRCA.

Verona G. Iriarte, owner, impolo, inc.of a professional translation service focuses on the providing expert document translation from French, Spanish and Portuguese into English.

Academically, she is a historian who enjoys the research side of digging for information and facts.  She is currently a consultant for the Reading Across the Curriculum Project sponsored by the Consortium of Universities in Washington, D.C.

She is a seasoned researcher, writer, consultant and specialist for projects focusing on the African Diaspora, International Affairs, Women’s Studies and Native American issues. Having served as an instructor here and abroad, she has spanned the wide range of the education field from grade levels K through the university level, adult and vocational education.  Her skills have given her the opportunity to travel and work in Africa and the Caribbean and provide technical assistance on United Nations projects.

She has given presentations on women entrepreneurs in the US, the relationship between blacks and Hispanics and the relationship between Native Americans and blacks. She holds membership in Black Professionals in International Affairs, the International Fellows Association and works with the Constituency for Africa.

As an Executive Board Member of the Being Human Party, she is the Director of Research.  As a Volunteer for “The Nightwolf Show”, WPFW, 89.3 FM, Washington, D.C., the Pacifica Network, she is the Director of Research and Development.  She holds degrees in History, has done doctoral work in Political Science and has a Certificate in International Affairs.

In 1990-1991 she received the International Foundation for Education and Self-Help Fellowship (IFESH) working in Guinea, West Africa.  She also speaks French and reads Spanish and Portuguese.  She is currently working on books focusing on Native American issues, international affairs and a children’s book.

 

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