User:Maryamarce

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I’m an Argentinean journalist based in Puerto Rico. I’m interested in editing and translating Wikipedia articles to help spread knowledge around the world. I edit in Spanish, and translate into Spanish, English, and Portuguese. I joined Wikimedians of the Caribbean group. I‘m also interested in adding data to WikiData and adding content to WikiCommons. I’m an awarded media executive, editor, and producer with 26 years of experience in different media, 20 of them in digital field and news sites. I have been deployed to more than 50 destinations to cover natural disasters, tragedies and political and social news as the following: Nestor Kirchner’s presidential inauguration (2003), interview with President Hugo Chávez (2003), 11-M terrorist attacks (2004), Falklands/Malvinas war-25th anniversary (2007), Argentinean presidential elections (2007), special coverage about disappeared French nuns during the last Argentinean dictatorship (2007), Cristina Kirchner’s inauguration (2007), US presidential elections (2008), Argentinean legislative elections (2009), special coverage about mining in Peru (2009), Soccer World Cup (2010), Nestor Kirchner’s death (2010), Brazil’s presidential elections (2010), Chilean miners rescue operation (2010), Argentinean presidential elections (2011), Cristina Kirchner’s second inauguration (2011), Prince William’s military training in Falklands/Malvinas (2012), Tragedy of Once (train derailment in Buenos Aires, 2012), Hurricane Sandy in NY (2012), Santino’s case (premature baby who was wrongly declared dead, 2012 and 2013), Pope’s election (2013), Children at the US-Mexico border crisis (2014), the disappearance of 43 students of Ayotzinapa, Mexico (2014), Argentinean presidential elections (2015), Mauricio Macri`s inauguration (2015), visit to Argentina of President Francois Hollande (2016), Hurricane María´s impact in Puerto Rico (2017-2018), Protests against Puerto Rican governor Ricardo Rosselló and his resignation (2019), among others. I was born in Buenos Aires; lived in Madrid, Miami & Montevideo; spent a lot of time in Bogota. I live in the Caribbean, in one of the most beautiful islands on Earth: La Isla del Encanto.