About the Editorial Team
Earthquakes in Chile, taxi drivers in Spain, hippopotamuses in Colombia, vintage cars in Cuba… Twice a month we present you with captivating stories on culture, society and geography from the Spanish speaking world.
Who’s behind the articles in VeinteMundos?
Meet the team…
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Editor en Jefe
Joaquin was born and raised in the city of Osorno, which lies in the south of Chile and is surrounded by lakes and volcanoes. He later went on to graduate from the Univerisity of Diego Portales and now has a Masters in Strategic Communications.
He has worked for various mass media companies (both television and newspaper), institutional magazines, and also as a consultant on topics such as “Organizational Communication”. Joaquin has been the editor in chief of VeinteMundos since its inception.
Responsable de publicación y lingüística
Iris was born and raised in the city of La Paz in Bolivia, 3696 meters above sea level. She started studying English at an early age and then continued with Portuguese and French. She is a language lover. After finishing her bachelor´s degree in Psychology she pursued a certification as a Spanish teacher as a second language with International House. She has worked for 13 years as a second language teacher and translator. Iris has been the publishing coordinator and linguistically responsible for VeinteMundos since email@example.com
Alvaro was born and raised in Santiago de Chile, the main urban center of the country with more than seven million inhabitants. He studied Graphic Design and holds a Web Manager degree from the Mac Academy. He is also a former LILA Liverpool English student. Alvaro is the Chief Design Officer of VeinteMundos.
She is our Spanish voice and an unconditional volunteer for VeinteMundos. She is a journalist currently living and working in Germany. She has worked in radio, TV and magazines. Her experience is of great help for VeinteMundos and her voice helps our readers improve their Spanish accent comprehension.
The Latin voice of VeinteMundos, recording from one of the rainiest cities in the south of Chile Valdivia. He has 30 years of experience recording commercials for radio and tv, trailers governmental institutions and among other he is the voice of Radio Bio-Bio one of the most important radios in Chile. Rodolfo has been working with VeinteMundos since the beginning of our magazine.