Interview with Gabriela Jara, IEN member from Argentina and IOTA Hispano writer

About IOTA Hispano, IOTA Evangelist Network and future visions

All over the world there are regional groups of IOTA supporters. So of course also in South America. Here is a group called IOTA Hispano http://www.iotahispano.com . One member of this group is Gabriela Jara. publicIOTA had the opportunity to interview her.

publicIOTA: Gabriela, first of all many thanks for your willingness to have an interview with us. We hope you are fine. Gabriela, can you tell us something about you and your education?

Gabriela Jara: Well, I was born at a southern province of Argentina, Santa Cruz. I´m the oldest of three sisters. I have been studying English since I was in elementary school and also took some piano classes. I graduated from High School and took a sabbatic year, then I begun to study a technical degree on Safety and Hygiene at workplace. Later on, I moved to Bariloche, where I started a family and had two boys. Once settled, I studied pharmacy and Sign Language.
I like the social work, I like to think that we can all do things for the sake of others, even if they are small actions. I can say my hobbies are reading and also I’m constantly searching for ways to give the next generation a better future.
Currently I’m working as a Sign Language Teacher, I write for IOTA Hispano and make interviews. Recently started a project called Tangle Patagonia, as a contact platform that allows me to give talks and organize events regarding IOTA. I want to be part of this change of mind that is being generated worldwide, where technology is getting more and more into our lives to improve it. I think IOTA is going to improve every aspect of our daily lives and it is necessary for people to know what IOTA, Tangle and the Internet of things is all about.

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