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journalist , University official

Ninoska Quiroga, Bolivian university official. Recipient award for exceptional help and effort shown throughout year American-Bolivian Center, 1991; named Miss Bolivia, 1993, Miss La Paz, 1993, Best Friend in Miss Bolivia, 1993, Miss Intelligence and Personality of World and Miss Friendship of America in Miss World of Americas and Caribbean, 1994. Member United Nations of United States of America, Hispanic Association Leaders, Delta Sigma Pi.

Background

Quiroga, Ninoska was born on November 29, 1968 in La Paz, Bolivia. Came to the United States, 1995. Daughter of Marcelo Quiroga and Sara Loza.

Education

Bachelor Economics, Catholic University La Paz, 1991. Master of Business Administration, Southwest Missouri State University, 1997.

Career

Junior researcher in projects, consultant, Cooperative Urban dnr Rural Women, La Paz, 1988-1990;teaching assistant, Catholic U. La Paz, 1990-1992;freelance writer, Hoy, newspaper, La Paz, 1992;hostess, co-producer, Net Bolivian Network, Red Uno de Bolivia, La Paz, 1992-1995;news reporter, Station KMSU, national public radio, Springfield, Missouri, 1995-1996;wuth distribution center, The News Leader, Springfield, since 1996;graduate assistant to dean School Business,, S.W. Missouri State University, Springfield, since 1995. Teacher American-Bolivian Center, La Paz, 1991.

Membership

Member United Nations of United States of America, Hispanic Association Leaders, Delta Sigma Pi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: making friends, reading.

Connections

father:
Marcelo Quiroga

mother:
Sara Loza