National Geographic Society Recruits Public Speaker Rosann Santos For First National Geographic Explorers Festival
In an effort to further the understanding of our planet and empower the global community to generate solutions for a healthier and more sustainable future, bilingual public speaker Rosann Santos has been recruited by NatGeo Society for their first National Geographic Explorers Festival in Mexico City.
Ms. Santos was recently recruited by the National Geographic Society for her bilingualism and speaking expertise in helping scientists participating in the Sciencetelling™
More information on the Sciencetelling™
National Geographic Society issued the statement, "We believe in the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling - to change the world. Our Sciencetelling™
Ms. Santos posted a video about her experience saying, "Bilingualism is important in marketing yourself. We as Latinos are at a huge advantage in opportunities which require bilingual skills. I was hired specifically for my expertise in coaching and speaking in both English and Spanish and am tremendously thankful to the National Geographic Society for this exciting opportunity."
Her full comments can be seen below:
About The Festival:
For the first time, the National Geographic Explorers Festival was hosted in Mexico. As part of the festival, local Explorers and colleagues from National Geographic Partners and Fox Networks Group in Mexico City gathered for an Explorers Symposium featuring 28 National Geographic Explorers from across Latin America. During the program, the Explorers shared their work through a series of short presentations. Rosann Santos coached the scientists on how to communicate more effectively in their native language for their presentations.
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