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"Taking the first step on an international career"

We present our first Webinars in partnership with UNITAR on June 15 and June 22 at 3:30 pm, Geneva time. The events will be held in Spanish.


Through this Webinar, our panel of qualified professionals will share their experience and knowledge, providing essential tips and strategies for developing an international career. Whether you are a student in the last years of high school, a recent graduate, a young professional or thinking about a career change, this Webinar will provide you with the knowledge and resources to confidently take your first steps in building a successful international career.


Patricia Martín de Briones will be the moderator of these meetings. She is a Programme Officer in UNITAR’s Division of Multilateral Diplomacy, with more than twelve years of experience in the field of diplomatic training. Within her Division at UNITAR, Patricia has contributed to the consolidation and diversification of the training and academic offer in both online and face-to-face formats in the field of international relations and diplomacy. She has also contributed to the design of master’s degrees between the United Nations and the University for Peace and the UOC (Open University in Barcelona).


On June 15, during the first webinar, we will have two speakers:


Tanara Hall is an environmental specialist with a degree in Environmental Health from the University of Costa Rica. She is currently completing her final research for a Master’s degree in Development Studies and Diplomacy. With over ten years of experience, she specialises in sustainability, solid waste management, education and divulgation, sustainable communities and zero waste.


Angela Guillemot Montejo is a Colombian lawyer with 8 years of experience at the United Nations, currently serving as an Associate Partnership Officer at UNITAR. Her career has focused on providing legal support to partnership building, the establishment of internal policies and regulations, as well as the effective management of institutional risk.

The second part of the event will take place on 22 June, with the following speakers:


Juan Dávila y Verdin, FRSA is an entrepreneur with expertise in finance, international relations and global politics. He is the Founder and CEO of FuturED, a company dedicated to educational innovation, and Director of the Global Education for Sustainability Foundation. In the UK, he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce (RSA), and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (RHS). He holds a BA in History from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral in Argentina, followed by an honours degree in Global Politics and International Relations from Birkbeck College, University of London. He also holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the International University of Monaco and a Master in International Law and Diplomacy from the University for Peace of the United Nations and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR).  From his position and together with his organisation, he promotes projects related to education and sustainable technologies in order to develop better and more tools for students and academics.


Roxana Gómez-Valle is UNITAR’s planning, performance monitoring, and evaluation consultant. Prior to joining UNITAR, she worked as a research assistant and impact evaluation consultant in different NGOs and think tanks in Nicaragua. Since 2020, she has been a member of EvalSDGs, the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG), and the Nicaraguan Network of Young and Emerging Evaluators.
Roxana holds an economist degree from the Central American University of Managua, Nicaragua, and a Master’s degree in Globalisation and Development from the University of Antwerp, Belgium.




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