Ana Colomar O'Brien, American administrative official.
O'Brien, Ana Colomar was born in 1938 in Havana, Cuba. Arrived in United States, 1969, naturalized, 1975.
Master of Arts in English and Culture, Havana University, 1968. Bachelor, CUNY-Queens College, 1971. Postgraduate, CUNY-Queens College, 1972.
Professor English Vedado Institute, Havana, 1964—1968. Public relations assistant Latin American Alloy Valves and Control Embassy Pictures, New York City, 1969—1971. Research and administrative analyst Vice-Chancellor Administration, University California, Berkeley, 1972—1973.
Vice president Mackenzie McCheyne Inc., Washington, 1974—1982, Video America Corporation, Washington, 1980—1982. Special assistant Assistant Secretary Territorial and International Affairs, Department Interior, since 1982. Secretary Spanish Speaking Committee Virginia, Falls Church, 1983.
Board directors Hispanics, Washington, 1983. V. chair National Council Hispanic Women, 1984. Founding member Hispanics, Virginia.
Married Hector Gomez, June 3, 1961 (divorced 1971). Children: Ana Amelia, Fernando.