Norman Ramírez Rivera Edit Profile
He studied in the public school system of Cabo Rojo. Ramírez studied Drama at the Technical School of Scenic Craftmanship in San Juan, where he appeared in plays through the island.
Ramírez was also a leader during his school years, serving as a school patrolmen, and others. After that, he became a comedian and formed a clown company. As a professional, Ramírez worked in sales for 23 years, with Parke-Davis, Warner–Lambert, and Pfizer.
He worked as salesman, supervisor, and district manager. During his time as salesman, he also studied Business Management and Marketing at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. Ramírez also worked as Manager of the Cabo Rojo Market Square.
Ramírez began his political career in 2003, when he decided to run for the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico. After winning at the primaries that year, he was elected in the general election in 2004. During his first term, Ramírez served as president of the Tourism Commission.
Despite being reelected in 2008, Ramírez was defeated in 2012 by Carlos Bianchi Angleró (from the Popular Democratic Party).
He was a member of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives from 2005 to 2013 representing District 20.
Married Ada I. Ramos, December 30, 1978. Children: Normaris, Normancito.