In order to highlight the value of being Venezuelan and awaken in the Venezuelan community the urgent need to rescue its identity, the Cultural Attaché Office of the Venezuelan Embassy in the United States will hold a conference in line with the renowned Guinness World Record and leadership specialist, Luis Aulestia.
This was informed by Romy Moreno, cultural attaché of the diplomatic mission, who specified that the activity will be held free of charge next Wednesday, September 24th, at 7:00 PM EDT, through the Zoom platform. Prior registration through Eventbrite is required.
“In the midst of so much difficulty that we Venezuelans face today as a consequence of the crisis generated by Nicolas Maduro’s dictatorship, we cannot lose all the good that has characterized us as a society. Despite the fact that there is much to do for this rescue, we must place special emphasis on the reconstruction of a key element our MEMORY in three aspects: musical memory, gastronomic memory and sports memory. This conference is a space to connect, motivate, advance and inject a dose of homeland to preserve mental health in such an unhealthy environment,” said Moreno.
Luis Aulestia has a degree in physics from the Simón Bolívar University (USB) in Venezuela, with PhD studies also in physics at the Central University of Venezuela (UCV). He is a guest professor at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (IESA), general manager of RETOCORP, C.A. and a business consultant in the area of high performance team building, leadership and personal mastering. Aulestia holds, together with Dr. Wilmer Pérez, the world record of descent and ascent by rope in Angel Falls, which was registered as a Guinness record. He is a mountain climber, specialist in Amazonian and high mountain expeditions. He has organized multiple expeditions throughout the Andean region. He is a speleologist, photographer and a pilot of delta wings and paragliding.