Debbie Gonzalez Canada

Debbie has a hard time labelling herself. When forced to write a bio, she chooses the tag “human being being human”, and if details are demanded, she might add “Dancing keeps me sane, I enjoy the art of conversation, and I love facilitating learning processes”. Argentine by birthplace, her personal and professional journeys have taken her to new places and recurrent topics, such as cultural differences and similarities, motivation and change, communication skills and the relationship between humans and their environment. She is an editor for Matador en español. You can find her on Twitter (@debcanada

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