Rosangela Arbieto, is an Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA) Communications and Outreach Specialist implemented by Department of Sustainable Development (DSD). Ms. Arbieto is responsible for promoting clean energy initiatives to achieve low carbon economic growth and development in the Americas by facilitating information through the use of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+).
Previous to the OAS she was at the Climate Change Fellows Program Consultant Partners of the Americas, an international US-based non-profit organization. Ms. Arbieto implemented fellowships between U.S and Colombia Climate Change professionals. In 2012, Ms. Arbieto became the International Outreach Advisor for Red2021, a Global Youth Volunteering Network, representing this organization at youth volunteering events and empowering youth to work on strategies to promote youth volunteering through the use of digital media..
In 2012, Ms. Arbieto was selected by the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) to be part of the first class of Communications Fellows implemented by Latinos on the Fast Track (LOFT) network. Ms. Arbieto had the opportunity to work with professionals from Ogilvy, a Global Public Relations agency. While a fellow at Ogilvy she was part of the Social Media team that organized the TEDxAdams Morgan event in Washington D.C.
Ms. Arbieto has a B.A from Virginia Commonwealth University in International Studies and Spanish with concentrations in International Relations, Social Problems in International Perspective and Latin America. In 2010, she concluded a Master’s degree in Paralegal Studies from George Washington University. She is fluent in Spanish, English and has working knowledge of Portuguese.