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public affairs director

Marisabel Sanchez, American public affairs director. Recipient Leadership Mark award Public Schools Association, 1980, Excellence award Puerto Rico Higher Education Board, 1980, Mark of Excellence award Society Professional Journalist, 1983. Member Hispanic Leadership Program, Washington, since 1986. Member National Association Hispanic Journalist, Society Professional Journalists, Hispanic Academy Media Arts and Sciences.

Background

Sanchez, Marisabel was born on March 15, 1964 in Guayama, Puerto Rico. Daughter of Miguel Sanchez and Raquel Roque Sullivan.

Education

Student, University Puerto Rico, since 1980. Bachelor, University Texas, 1986.

Career

Radio producer KTEP/National Public Radio Radio, El Paso, Texas, 1980, KXCR/National Public Radio Radio, El Paso, 1981. Fellowship Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Washington, 1986. Television producer Univision television Network, 1987, ZGS television Productions, Washington, 1987.

Accountant executive Uniworld Group, Incorporated, New York York City, 1988. Director public affairs, department manager Thomason Hospital, El Paso, since 1989.

Religion

The purpose of human existence is to love, worship, and serve God in thought, word, and deed, and, grounded in this relationship with God, to love and serve others.

Politics

God seeks to transform relationship with and between people. If politics is about how we choose to live together and to treat one another, there is surely a place for discerning the activity of God in politics.

Views

Church members should be close and caring to feel each other's pains and problems. The good of the whole body of the Christian society should be put before individual needs.

Membership

Member Hispanic Leadership Program, Washington, since 1986. Member National Association Hispanic Journalist, Society Professional Journalists, Hispanic Academy Media Arts and Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fencing, piano.

Connections

father:
Miguel Sanchez

mother:
Raquel Roque Sullivan