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Ana Lucia Escudero

Ana Lucía Escudero tiene 13 años de experiencia en comunicación estratégica y desarrollo internacional. Desde 2012, ha trabajado como especialista en comunicación del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, donde entrega asesoría en comunicación estratégica para las operaciones del sector privado del Banco en toda América Latina y el Caribe. Previamente, trabajó por cinco años en la agencia global de relaciones públicas Burson-Marsteller, donde lideró campañas de concientización al público para el gobierno de Estados Unidos, instituciones multilaterales y clientes Fortune 500. En Perú, Ana Lucía trabajó para el Consejo Nacional de Descentralización del gobierno y fue periodista de planta para la revista Caretas. Ana Lucía ama la fotografía en blanco y negocio y el jazz clásico.

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Quinoa: more than a healthy super-food, a super solution to food security
Quinoa: more than a healthy super-food, a super solution to food security

Two years ago, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) declared 2013 the International Year of Quinoa. Before then, it was scarcely found outside of colorful Andean marketplaces except at boutique shops in the U.S. and Europe. Now, many international food companies are embracing quinoa and exporting this super-food from Andean countries like Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador.

Potential in the Pacific: Connecting SMEs across Latin America
Potential in the Pacific: Connecting SMEs across Latin America

By Ana Lucia Escudero Peru’s southern port of Paracas boasts pre-Incan trade routes dating back to 300 B.C. – a fitting venue to host the 10th Summit of the Pacific Alliance where heads of state from Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru discussed ways to deepen trade integration, financial ties and social inclusion among the four nations.

The best of 2015: Quinoa a super-food and super-solution to food security
The best of 2015: Quinoa a super-food and super-solution to food security

Two years ago, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) declared 2013 theInternational Year of Quinoa. Before then, it was scarcely found outside of colorful Andean marketplaces except at boutique shops in the U.S. and Europe. Now, many international food companies are embracing quinoa and exporting this super-food from Andean countries like Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador.

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Best of 2015: Quinoa: more than a healthy super-food, a super solution to food security

Two years ago, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) declared 2013 the International Year of Quinoa. Before then, it was scarcely found outside of colorful Andean marketplaces except at boutique shops in the U.S. and Europe. Now, many international food companies are embracing quinoa and exporting this super-food from Andean countries like Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador.