The president of the Commission for Economic, Productive Development and Microenterprise, and Assemblyman for the province of Santa Elena, Daniel Noboa Azin, obtained this Saturday his master’s degree in Political Communication and Governance at “The George Washington University”, where prestigious consultants attend. politicians and public personalities, whose focus is intended to generate practices to face the challenges and new trends of current politics, with a special focus on Latin America.
The legislator highlights that this new achievement allows him to acquire training focused on solving the problems and complexity with which political scenarios change in Ecuador. It will also allow being the protagonist of new initiatives to generate policies, strategies and action plans for the prevention and combat of the various problems that the country faces, such as; violence, unemployment and lack of policies that promote equity.
This new achievement of Assemblyman Daniel Noboa Azín, adds to his professional experience in the business areas of the New York University Stern School of Business (NYU Stern School of Business) and his master’s degree in business administration and public administration, at Kellogg School of Management and Harvard Kennedy School, which have allowed him to build new legislative frameworks focused on the economic and social development of Ecuador, within his management as president of the Commission for Economic, Productive and Microenterprise Development.