I speak four languages: Spanish, English, French, and Italian. I love foreign policy and I’m always open to discussions. I believe that being open to different viewpoints and ways of thinking is one of the most important assets an individual could have. I am always striving to fulfill my duties as a human being, focusing especially on my Colombian hometown, Medellín. I want to make the most of my studies at IE University to help change the preconceptions of my hometown, and I hope to study a master’s in International Law or Latin American studies so that I can work for the Diplomatic Agency in Bogotá. I was also involved in Model United Nations simulations at high school, taking on a wide range of roles within the conferences. One of my main achievements is the article I wrote, “Medellín, the Phoenix” (Spanish original: Medellín como un Ave Fénix), where I asked people to overcome the stigma surrounding Medellín. I am proud to say that the article has reached audiences around the globe, and I have been congratulated by the mayor of Medellín for my work.