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Nataly Garcia, running in the 2014 LA Marathon to raise funds for Africa

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Nataly Garcia is an attorney-at-law in El Salvador and lives in Los Angeles.  Her background is in International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights & Governmental Affairs.

Her interest for International Affairs and learning about other cultures brought her to Los Angeles to specialize in International Trade & Business Finance at UCLA.

In pursuit of her passion and commitment to be of service to the community through humanitarian causes, She serves as a Fair Trade Ambassador for Catholic Relief Services the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States.

Where she is an advocate to educate and promote conscious consumerism about fair trade CRS partner products: fair trade coffee, fair trade craft sales, and fair trade chocolate.

Her intention is to be a bridge builder, to promote and coach businesses and cooperatives to export their products not only from Latin America but also from different countries in the world to empower human beings to improve their lives.

She is constantly looking for opportunities to foster relationship by attending events and supporting causes where social responsibility, fair trade, sustainability, compassion and support of people in need are the main concern.

She is an active member of the National Latina Women’s Business Association- Los Angeles, Get Wise Latinas and Fair Trade LA

Currently, she works as a Trade Show Specialist for luxury jewelry designer Victor Velyan.

An avid runner, her latest challenge is to run the Los Angeles Marathon to raise funds for Veronika’s Place an outreach program in the slums of Dandora, Kenya that provides food supplies to families that suffer from HIV/AIDS.

To learn more and sponsor one of our runners, please visit, www.firstgiving.com/r4vp/2014LAmarathon

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