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Ambassador BERNARDO ALVAREZ HERRERA
Place and Date of birth: Carora, State of Lara, Venezuela. August 18, 1956
Languages: Spanish, English and French
Marital Status: Married to Margarete de Alvarez.
Children: Mariana (1986), Bernardo Augusto (1990) and Ana Elisa (1994)
The Ambassador presented his Letters of Credence to the President of the United States on February 26th, 2003
Education
Degree in Political Science, School of Political Studies, Universidad Central de Venezuela (1975-1980)
M.A. degree in Development Studies, University of Sussex, England (1980-1982)
Professional Experience
2000-2003: Vice Minister of Hydrocarbons, Ministry of Energy and Mines
1999-2000: Director-General of Hydrocarbons, Ministry of Energy and Mines
1993-1994: Director of Cooperation, Universidad Central de Venezuela
1988-1991: Executive Secretary and Venezuelan representative in the Forum on Debt and Development (FONDAD)
1986-1987: Chief of the Research and Development Division, Venezuelan Institute of Foreign Trade.
1985-1986: Executive Secretary of the Working Group on Political Reforms of the Presidential Commission for the Reform of the State
1983-1985: Academic Advisor, Institute of High Studies on National Defense
Academic Experience
1982-Present: Professor, School of Political and Administrative Studies, Universidad Central de Venezuela
1989-1993: Representative to the Council of the Faculty of Law and Political Science, Universidad Central de Venezuela
1990-1992: Academic Advisor, Institute of High Studies on National Defense
1990-1992: Professor at the Superior School of the Venezuelan Air Force
1977-1980: Research Assistant, Institute of Political Studies, Universidad Central de Venezuela
1977-1980: Assistant Professor, School of Political and Administrative Studies, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Membership
1989-1993: Professors' Association, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Parlimentary Experience
1994-1999: Deputy to the National Congress (Miranda State)
Vice President of the Defense Committee, Chamber of Deputies
President of the Energy and Mines Committee, Chamber of Deputies
International Experience
1999-present: Venezuelan Representative to the Energy Council of the United States of America
2000-2002: Venezuelan Coordinator of the Venezuelan, French Energy Task Force (Venezuelan Ministry of Energy and Mines, and French Ministry of Industry)
2000-2002: Venezuelan Coordinator for the Cooperation Agreement between the Venezuelan Ministry of Energy and Mines and the Department of Energy of the United States
2000-2001: Head of the Venezuelan Delegation to the Conferences of Ministers of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
Publications
Politics and the process of elaboration of laws in Venezuela Ministry for Relations with Congress , Caracas, 1997
The Military expense in Venezuela Magazine "Política", Caracas, 1997
Venezuela: Foreign debt and crisis of the developing model FONDAD Editions, Lima, Peru, 1989

State Companies and Capitalist Development University of Sussex, England, 1982

 

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