Thamarana is the merge of my 2nd name THAMAR and ANA from Anabel, my 1st name. It’s the digital nickname for Anabel Navarro Camero, you can google it and find it.
Now a bit about me:
Among other programs, in 2017 I graduated from the Latina Empowerment Program ¡Avanzando Juntas! and in 2016, I graduated from the Global Competitiveness Leadership Program (GCL) of the Latin American Board and the School of Business at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Since 2015 I has been a member of the Latin American Youth Network for Democracy. Also in that year, with the World Movement for Democracy, she developed the digital and grassroots campaign called #SetThemFree for the release of political prisoners from around the world. Such a campaign was launched at the United States Capitol.
For years I coordinated successful projects and campaigns with Un Mundo Sin Mordaza (A world without censorship) to defend and promote human rights and freedom of expression through art, culture, and creativity; including the big worldwide campaign “SOS Venezuela” in 2014. After which I had to emigrate.
In 2013, as this organization’s CEO, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) recognized me as one of the under 30 activists working for a better future in the world. Through these experiences, I developed broad communications skills for organizations, projects management –including teamwork and fund-raising; and crisis management. I like to focus on social impact projects, sustainable development, creativity, and strategy. I enjoy helping projects improve their communications and impact.