Angela is a US citizen born in Colombia of Indigenous Muisca and Spanish roots. Her career integrating digital with traditional marketing began over 15 years ago, promoting the diverse/Latino-focused campaigns of key Human Rights organizations. Such campaigns include; the AI-USA Rights for All Campaign, the IDEX-No Puebla-Panama Publication for Mexico/Central America and the Global Exchange, Colombia Human Rights Program. Linking global issues of social/environmental justice to communications has led her to work on projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the USA.
She enables government agencies, non-governmental actors and social entrepreneurs to cultivate ideas, plan futures and manage programs with purpose establishing the foundation for long lasting relationships with clients, stakeholders, sponsors, employees and the public.Her culturally appropriate new media strategy tools, presentations, trainings and Tele-classes have been used to promote sustainable objectives and reach new markets.She specializes in building capacity to influence impact by developing powerful strategies, demystifying the online experience across borders, and establishing new communication goals that integrate traditional marketing and Web 2.0 strategies for people to people solutions. She is fluent in English, Spanish and French and is a collaborator of La Trenza Leadership and La Trenza Global, organizations that realize the collective wisdom of power-sharing while transforming lives, communities and the workforce.
Ms. Adrar holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Relations from San Francisco State University and a Master of Science degree in Organizational Management from the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont. She is a frequent speaker and trainer on linking traditional communications strategy with Web 2.0 Social Media for social and environmental justice and is the author of the Citizen Inspired Blog, "where creativity + communication = global change."
A list of her clients include: The United Nations, World Food Program; Amnesty International/USA; International Development Exchange; George Washington University, Summer Leadership Institute on Global Climate Change; City Council of Governments, Commuter Connections/DMV; Senegal Ministry of the Environment, Department of National Parks, Urban Alliance, the National Park Service, Proyecto Salud and many others.