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15 hours ago Gustavo Petro, a former leftist guerrilla who later served as mayor of Bogotá, and Iván Duque, the candidate of former President Álvaro Uribe's Democratic Center party, are virtually tied less than three months ahead of Colombia's May 27 presidential election. According to a poll published Sunday by daily newspaper El Tiempo and W Radio, Duque had 23.6 percent support, as compared to Petro's 23.1 percent, while former Medellín Mayor Sergio Fajardo had 8.1

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About LATA. The Latin American Travel Association (LATA) is a membership association that aims to promote Latin America as a tourist destination and stimulate growth of travel to the region. LATA Members represent an ever growing travel community with unrivalled passion and knowledge for Latin America. The association is comprised of over 340 companies including tourism boards, airlines, hotels, tour operators, representation companies and the travel press. Read more >

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Elizabeth holds a B.A. in International Affairs and Latin American Studies from GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY and a Juris Doctor from NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF LAW, Chicago, Illinois. She is a partner and head of the corporate law group at LOVILL LATAMLEX, Attorneys at Law. She serves in private corporate boards and is active in the nonprofit sector promoting the arts, education, empowerment of women and reproductive health. Elizabeth is a Fellow of

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Women labor force South America, Women labor force Central America. that of rural women.18. In Latin America, over half of working-age women (100 million) participate in the formal labor force.19. Between 2000 and 2010, the addition of women's income to households reduced extreme poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean by 30%.20 In 2016, just 7.2% of board seats in LAC were held by women.30. Quotas are not a popular option in Latin America.31

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The Latin American board develops and implements innovative leadership programs and supports and promotes strategic alliances and networks with transformational impact.

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