- Dra. Maria Aparecida Ferrari, Universidad Metodista de San Pablo, Brasil.
- Dr. José Carlos Lozano Rendón, Universidad Internacional de Texas A&M, Estados Unidos.
- Dr Nico Carpentier, Université Charles, Prague, République tchèque
- Dr. Gabriel Alba Gutierrez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia.
- Mg. Daniel Fernando López, Universidad de los Hemisferios, Ecuador.
- Dra. Patricia Nieto Nieto, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia.
- Dra. Tamara Falicov, Universidad de Kansas, Estados Unidos
- Dra. María del Pilar Martínez-Costa, Universidad de Navarra, España
- Dra. Alba-María Martínez-Sala, Universidad de Alicante, España
- Mg. Diana María López Celis, Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Colombia
- Dra. Patricia Izquierdo Iranzo, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, España
- Dra. Ana Sedeño-Valdellos, Universdiad de Mágala, España
- Dr. David González Hernández, ITESO-Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara, México
- Dr. Guillermo Murillo Vargas, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
- Dr. Omar Antonio Vega, Universidd de Manizales, Colombia
- Dr. Enrique Uribe Jongbloed, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Colombia
- Dr. Ramón Salaverría, Universidad de Navarra, España
- Dr. Roberto Therón Sánchez, Universidad de Salamanca, España
- Dr. Manuel Ignacio González Bernal, Universidad de la Sabana, Colombia
- Dr. Jakson Renner Rodrigues Soares, Universidade da Coruña, España
- Dr. Jesús Segarra-Saavedra, Universidad de Alicante, España
- Dr. José Sixto García, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, España
- Dr. Lorenzo Vilches Manterola, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España.
- Dr. Luis Horacio Botero Montoya, Universidad de Medellín, Colombia.
- Dra. Janet Wasko, University of Oregon, Estados Unidos.
- Dr. Antonio Lucas Marin, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
- Dr. Juan Luis Pintos, Universidad Santiago de Compostela, España.
- Dr. Pedro Antonio Hellin Ortuño, Universidad de Murcia, España.
- Dra. Maria De los Ángeles Cabrera González, Universidad de Málaga, España
- Dr. Julio César Lobo, Universidad Federal de Bahía, Brasil.
- Dra. Lorena Frankenberg, Universidad Metropolitana de Monterrey, México.
- Dra. Isabel Tajahuerce Ángel, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
- Solangy Mayerly Carrillo Pineda, Universidad de Medellín, Colombia
- Laura Agudelo Calle, Universidad de Medellín, Colombia
- Angie Lizdey Gallego Ospina, Universidad de Medellín, Colombia
Dr. Mauricio Andrés Alvarez Moreno
Communicator and Corporate Relations Expert from the University of Medellin. Master in Educational Communications from the Pereira's Technologic University. Master in International Relations, King Juan Carlos University. PhD. in Social and Judicial Sciences. Full-time Professor at the School of Communications at the University of Medellin. Member of the COP (Corporate and Political Communications) research group and member of the OUR MEDIA researchers network. Co-author of the books "Pensar la Comunicación. Reflexiones y avances en investigación Tomo II, III, IV, V, VI" (Thinking communication. Reflections and research advancements Volume II, III, IV, V, VI", and ¨Cuatro Veces Medellín (Four Times Medellin) (published by University of Medellin). Editor of the Anagramas scientific journal. Author of several academic articles on the city, television and new screens topics.
- Maria Aparecida Ferrari, Methodist University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Sociologist from the Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil. Professional in Public Relations from the Anhembi Faculty, São Paulo, Brazil. Megister (1993) and Doctorate (2000) in Communications Science by the Communications and Arts School of Universidade São Paulo, Brazil. Is one of the founders of ABRAPCORP - Association of Researchers in Organizational Communication and Public Relations and was also Editorial and Public Relations Director in plenty of the entity’s projects.
- José Carlos Lozano Rendón, Texas A&M International University, United States.
Doctorate in International Communication by the University of Texas in Austin, Magister in Mass Communications by the Leicester University and an undergraduate in Social Communication by the Regiomontana University. Professor and researcher in the Texas A&M International University in Laredo, Texas, United States, since 2012 in the Latin-American media studies and social history of cinema mostly from international communication and political communication approaches such as economic policies and cultural studies based upon an extensive and intensive qualitative and quantitative fieldwork.
- Dr. Nico Carpentier, Université Charles, Prague, Czech Republic.
Associate Professor at the Department of Media Studies of Charles University in Prague. In addition, he holds two part-time positions, at the Communication Studies Department of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB - Free University of Brussels) and Uppsala University. Moreover, he is a Research Fellow at Loughborough University and the Cyprus University of Technology, and an executive board member of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR).
Dr. Gabriel Alba Gutierrez, National University of Colombia, Colombia.
Screenwriter, filmmaker, researcher, and university professor. He studied social communication at the Xaverian University, is a Master in cinema and television writing from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and a Doctor in Communication Sciences from the University of Barcelona. Leader of the group Dinámicas Creativas: investigación y creación transmedia (Creative Dynamics: Transmedia Research and Creation) at the National University of Colombia.
Representative of the art/creative sector for the National Council of Arts and Culture (CNACC in Spanish), in the 2018-2020 period.
- Mg. Daniel Fernando López, Hemispheres University, Ecuador.
Social Communicator and journalist of the Universidad de La Sabana. PhD in Applied Economy by the King Juan Carlos University, Spain. Master in Information and Knowledge by the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Master in Environmental Impact Assessment, by the Research Institute of Málaga, Spain. Specialist in Economic Journalism by Universidad de La Sabana, a specialist in Project management, By the Pilot University of Colombia. Currently, acts as Dean of the Communications Faculty and is the Director of Research, Innovation and Knowledge Transfer of the Hemispheres University, Quito, Ecuador. Part-time professor of the IDE Business business school. Has been director of the Social Communication and Journalism program of the Communication Faculty of the La Sabana University, Colombia; Academic coordinator of the specialization program in Organizational Communication Management; researcher at the Media Observatory and Director of the Centre for Organizational Communication Research (CICCO in Spanish). Author of 30 scientific articles in the Innovation, Strategic Direction of Personnel, Internet and social media consumption, Cyberactivism, Strategic Communication, Journalism, and Knowledge Management. He is co-author of the books: La Empresa Dinámica, Nueva Teoría Estratégica: repensando la estrategia desde la Comunicación, Comunicación Empresarial: Plan estratégico como herramienta gerencial (First, second and third edition), Población y Desarrollo en los albores del siglo XXI, Sistemas Informativos en América Latina, e Investigar las redes sociales: comunicación total en la sociedad de la ubicuidad- TEC Monterrey. Member of scientific committee of the following journals: “Razón y Palabra” and “Journal Global Media” from the TEC-Monterrey, “Chasquí” journal, and “Educación y Educadores” of Universidad de la Sabana, Anagramas – University of Medellín, and the Journal of The Center for Spanish Global Media- North Texas U.
- Dr. Patricia Nieto Nieto, University of Antioquia, Colombia.
Professor of social communication and journalism at the University of Antioquia in Medellin. Colombian journalist and chronicler. Member of Nuevos Cronistas de Indias (New Indian Chronics) group. PhD in Communication by the La Plata National University, Argentina (2013). She achieved her doctorate with the thesis "Relatos autobiográficos del conflicto armado en Colombia. El caso reciente de la ciudad de Medellín” (Autobiographical stories of the Colombian armed conflict: the recent case of Medellin City) and is also Master in Political Sciences by the University of Antioquia (1998).
- Dr. Tamara Falicov, Kansas University, United States.
Tamara Leah Falicov is a professor of film studies and has worked at the KU since 1998.
She received her doctorate in Communication from UC San Diego, where she wrote a dissertation on state cultural policy concerning the contemporary film industry in Argentina. She also received a degree in sociology from UC Berkeley. She received a Fulbright student research award to study the film industry in Buenos Aires, Argentina for the 1997-98 academic year.
- Dr. María del Pilar Martínez-Costa, University of Navarra, Spain.
Journalism Professor at the Communication Faculty of the University of Navarra. Researcher in innovation, production, distribution and commercialization processes of radio and journalistic media in the digital environment.
Licensed in Information Sciences (1990) by the University of Navarra and Doctor in Public Communication (1994) with the thesis “Transformaciones de la radiodifusión sonora en Europa: escenario para la introducción de la radio digital por satélite” (Transformation of radio broadcasting in Europe: a scenario for the introduction of satellite digital radio), which was unanimously awarded with the Apto Cum Laude, prize given by the Centre d’ Investigació de la Comunicació of Catalunya in 1996 and published, reviewed and updated in 1997. In 2005 was granted by the National Agency for the Assessment of the Teaching Quality (ANECA in Spanish) the 2003-11435 PUP and in October of 2013 the corresponding PTU 2013-001836 accreditation.
- Dr. Alba-María Martínez-Sala, University of Alicante, Spain.
Doctor by the Miguel Hernández University: Fine Arts (Arts and Graphic Design) and Extraordinary Award of the Miguel Hernández University Doctorate (2015-2016). Licensed in Information Sciences, Advertising and Public Relations: Complutense University of Madrid. Shen is a Doctorate Assistant Professor in the University of Alicante, in the Advertising and Public Relations program, in the official Master in Communication and Creative Industries (COMINCREA), And in the University Master in Digital Communication, in the area of communication strategy, advertising and public relations, and social media. She has also been a professor in the official master for Events Organization, Protocol and Institutional Relations by the IMEP, in the area of relational and experience marketing. Her main research lines are centered around communication strategies and digital marketing, both in the public and private contexts; specifically, in the tourist institutional and the franchise business sectors, respectively. Her last works contribute to the impact analysis of the 2.0 model in both realms. She is a member of the following research groups: Marketing Experiencial, Eventos y Comunicación Integrada (MAE-CO) and Ageing & Communication (AgeCOM), of the University of Alicante and Gestión de la Comunicación Estratégica (GCE, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, Ecuador). Additionally, she is a member of the International Network of Researchers in Advertising and alike fields (RELAIP in Spanish), the Network of Researchers in Communication off Ecuador (RICE in Spanish) and the Ibero-American Network of Health Marketing (RIMS in Spanish) and she is also a partner of the Spanish Association of Research in Communication (AE-IC in Spanish).
She has been distinguished as an honorific professor by the Catholic University of Miami (US). In the professional realm, she has developed activities in different private organizations in the advertising and public relations sector since 1993. Her work has developed around the media departments, accounts and coordinations, being the design and development of strategies in these areas one of her habitual functions. Hierarchy-wise, she has occupied positions both at the intermediate and the directorate levels and has worked in the international, national and local contexts both in the public and private sectors. She currently works as an independent strategic consultant.
- Mg. Diana María López Celis, Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, Colombia.
Psychologist, specialist in consumer Psychology and Master in Psychology of the Consumer from the Konrad Lorenz University; graduate with a laureate thesis and published in the Psicología desde el Caribe journal from Universidad del Norte de Barranquilla.
15 years of professional experience in Consumer Knowledge, Strategic Planning, Market Investigation, and Media Investigation in different media centers.
Deputy director of research in Starcom Colombia, handling clients such as P&G (Colombia and Ecuador), Coca-Cola, Movistar, Team Group, Davivienda, Bolivar Group, Belcorp; among others.
Professor in the markets research, qualitative research, quantitative research, consumer psychology, and media research areas in the Central, Xaverian, Pilot, and Konrad Lorenz universities.
Director and evaluator of final degree works at Xaverian University.
- Dr. Patricia Izquierdo Iranzo, King Juan Carlos University, Spain.
Doctor in Information Sciences by the Complutense University of Madrid in 2004. Associate Professor in the Social Sciences branch. Currently, a Doctor Hired Professor in the Communications Science and Sociology departments of the King Juan Carlos University (2002-2007 and since 2013 to this day).
Director of the Cervantes Institutes of Salvador de Bahía and Recife (Brazil), and Utrecht (Netherlands), between 2008 and 2012. Coordinator of the Afro-descendant's program of the Women for Africa foundation (2013-2016). Work languages: English, Portuguese, Dutch and Italian. As a professor, she teaches courses in the area of the research methods in communications and digital society (undergraduate and doctorate levels), and on intercultural Communication (master level). Her research focuses on: Communication and cultural diversity; Digital society, development and education; Meta-research in communication from a gender perspective.
She counts with 2 six-year terms in research (1/01/2014), which was recognized for the excellence of its scientific production and another in transference (1/01/2019), also recognized for its excellence in transferring scientific knowledge to society. She also counts with 2 three-year professorships (2015 and 2018) for the quality of her pedagogic activity, including teacher's innovation.
- Dr. Ana Sedeño-Valdellos, University of Malaga, Spain.
Doctor in Audiovisual Communication and Associate Professor in the Audiovisual Communication and Advertising Department at the University of Malaga (Spain). her research lines tackle topics such as the relation between music and media, as well as the audiovisual works in the contemporary panoramic from a historical and educational perspective with a special emphasis on artistic practices such as video-jockeying, mapping, or video dancing. She has published articles such as "The video clip language", "Contemporary music in cinema", "Contemporary cinema analysis; aesthetic, narrative and staging strategies" or "History of video-art in Spain" or "Art, Activism and Communication in the academic realm", and articles en media like Comunicar, Latina de Comunicación Social, Palabra Clave, Revista Mediterránea, Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodístico, Historia y Comunicación Social, Trípodos, Área Abierta o Razón y Palabra, among others.
She accompanies this labor with that of the audiovisual creator. She has directed videoclips and one documentary and has also performed directing roles and various video clips and short films.
- Dr. David González Hernández, ITESO-Jesuit University of Guadalajara, Mexico.
Doctor in Communication from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), United States. Member of the National Researchers System, level I.
Research lines: Communication systems and social practices; subjectivities, sense, and power.
Literacy in digital media and transmedia.
Audiences in the time of Netflix.
Media mediatization in the Us-Mexico frontier: 2000-2010 coverage.
- Dr. Guillermo Murillo Vargas, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Associate Professor at the Administration and Organizations Department, Faculty of Administration Sciences, Universidad del Valle.
Higher Education Systems research coordinator.
Senior researcher(Colciencias, 2019).
Coordinator at the National Council of Accreditation (CNA in Spanish).
Doctor in Administration, EAFIT University.
Master in Organizations Science, Universidad del Valle.
Business Administration, Universidad del Valle.
- Dr. Omar Antonio Vega, University of Manizales, Colombia.
Agronomic Engineer (University of Caldas)
Specialist in Informatics and Computing (University of Manizales)
Master in Educational Guiding And Advisory (Externado de Colombia University– Catholic University of Manizales)
Master in Teaching-Education (University of Manizales)
Doctor in Information Society and Knowledge (Salamanca Pontifex University)
Born Victoria (Caldas, Colombia). Has experience in the rural sector as a technical assistant and teacher in the Manuel Mejía Foundation Agricultural Center (from the coffee harvesters guild), as well as from the University of Manizales (where he gives courses in scientific research in the Engineering and Science Faculty. He has been an adjunct professor in the University of Caldas and the Chinchiná's CERES (managed by the Minuto de Dios University) in research and introduction to informatics courses, besides being a teacher in the University of Nariño with a module of knowledge management in the Master's program.
Acted as director/editor of the Ventana Informática (ISSN: 0123-9678) journal between the years 2003 and 2019.
- Dr. Enrique Uribe Jongbloed, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Colombia
Doctor in Communications and Media. Professor and researcher, Faculty of Social Communication-Journalism, Universidad Externado de Colombia. A filmmaker from the National University of Colombia, Master in Cultural Heritage, BTU Cottbus, PhD in Communication and Media, Aberystwyth University. Senior researcher, Minciencias, 2019. His research can be found in the intersection between media, languages, identity and culture.
- Dr. Ramón Salaverría, University of Navarra, Spain.
Is an accredited professor of Journalism from the University of Navarra and is deputy dean of research in its Communications Faculty. Specialist in digital media journalism research. Head researcher at the Digital News Media Research Group, coordinating studies on ‘Society and communication in the digital environment’, one of the strategic research lines of the University of Navarra.
Visiting researcher in the Digital Media Research Program at the University of Texas at Austin (US), as well as visiting professor in a dozen of universities from several countries. Internationally, has been chair of the Journalism Studies Section of the ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association) and a member of the World Journalism Education Council. Has been invited to give courses, seminars and lectures in more than 30 countries.
In the Communication Faculty of the University of Navarra, has been in front of the UNAV Digital– Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life, as well as for the Department of Journalistic Projects and the Multimedia Communication Laboratory (MMLab).
- Dr. Roberto Therón Sánchez, University of Salamanca, Spain.
Roberto Therón studied Informatics at the University of Salamanca and the University of La Coruña (Undergraduate). Member of the Research Group in Robotics from the University of Salamanca, presented a thesis on, “Parallel calculus of the configurations space for redundant robots" that was awarded the Extraordinary Doctorate Award. After that, he became licensed in Audiovisual Communication and Humanities from the University of Salamanca.
He performed his research work at this same institution, directing the VisUsal group (within the GRIAL research group), which centers around approaches coming from informatics, statistic, graphic design and information visualization for obtaining an adequate understanding of complex data sets. These last years, he has dedicated himself to the development of advanced visualization tools for multidimensional data such as genetic or paleoclimate data. In the area of visual analytics, he develops fruitful collaboration with groups and institutions with international prestige, such as the Climate Sciences An Environmental Laboratory (Paris) or the Visual Analytics Center for the UN (Switzerland). He is an author of more than 70 articles in journals and international conferences.
Dr. Manuel Ignacio González Bernal, Universidad de la Sabana, Colombia.
Social Communicator and Journalist from the University of La Sabana, Master in Education from the Technological Institute of Superior Studies of Monterrey and Doctor in Communication from the University of Navarra.
15 years of directive, teaching and research experience in universities. In the field of communications, his work has centered around the theories of communication, public opinion, audience analysis and research methodologies. His research interests have focused on the study of the university curriculum in communication, learning by competencies and media audiences research.
He has been part of different projects, both national and international, on these topics. Likewise, he has participated as a lecturer in different international and national events, and his work has been published in several academic journals. Currently, he acts as Dean of the Communications Faculty of the University of La Sabana and Director of the Media Observatory, a research group of the Faculty, where research and advisory processes are offered to companies and government entities related to media.
- Dr. Jakson Renner Rodrigues Soares, University of La Coruña, Spain.
Licensed in Business Adminitration, Universidade Federal do Ceará .
International Doctor in Tourism Direction and Planning, Universidade da Coruña ; Doctorate thesis: “Relación entre imaxe turística construída e lealdade: Análise dos estudantes internacionais en Galicia”, directed by Xosé Manuel Santos Solla, Antón Álvarez Sousa and María José Andrade Suárez (Excellent Cum Laude).
Associate Professor at the Business Commercialization and Organization of the USC and Professor at the Escola Universitaria de Turismo CENP-UDC. Research lines: Competitiveness of the tourist destination | Impact of tourism in heritage destinations | Gender studies and tourism | Touristic Image | Fidelization.
- Dr. Lorenzo Vilches Manterola, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.
Professor of Journalism in the Communication Sciences Faculty of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), and invited professor in Latin-American universities. International advisor in cinema and television.
He navigated through Paris in the 70s, through Rome (where he studied a graduate program in cinema and worked for the RAI, Radiotelevisone Italiana) and West Berlin, where he began his thesis and from where he moved once and for all to Barcelona.
Director of the International Master for cinema and television writing at the UAB since 1991. He is also an editor and director of the Guionactualidad journal.
He coordinates the Ibero-American Observatory of TV Fiction (Obitel) and directs the Television Studies collection in Editorial Gedisa and the homonymous collection of the Television Academy.
- Dr. Luis Horacio Botero Montoya, University of Medellin, Colombia.
Associate professor and researcher at the Portafolio Research Group, programs and Projects –GIP3- School of Economy and Bolivarian Pontifex University Business.
Social Communicator and journalist of the University of Antioquia, Colombia; Master in Administration Sciences by the EAFIT University and Doctor in International Relations by the King Juan Carlos University, Spain; His research lines are related to strategic project management, strategic communication and its relation with management. Currently, he coordinates the Researches department of the School of Economics, Management and Business of the Bolivarian Pontifex University, Medellin headquarters.
- Dr. Janet Wasko, University of Oregon, United States.
North-American academic, expert in economic policies in communication. Studied at the University of California and studied her doctorate in Communication at the University of Illinois (1980). Since 1986, is a professor in the Communication and Journalism School of the University of Oregon, in which she is the catedratic in communication research. She has been visiting professor at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). Her activity as research, closely related to the activity of Vincent Mosco with whom she has edited numerous editions, is oriented towards the North-American economic policy and cultural industries with a special emphasis on Hollywood's cinema and Disney company, as well as to the use of new technologies in the global projection of the US.
Dr. Antonio Lucas Marin, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain.
Doctor in Economic Sciences by the University of Bilbao (1976), where he was also licensed (1968). He is also licensed in Information Sciences by the Complutense University of Madrid (1971). He is a Sociology Professor. Former professor at the Information Sciences Faculty of the Complutense University of Madrid (1986- 2015). Former president of the Madrilenian Association of Sociology (AMS in Spanish). Founder and former president of the Ibero-American Association of Organizations and Communication (AISOC in Spanish). He actively participates as a lecturer and invited professor in numerous Congresses and Seminars nationally and internationally.
- Dr. Juan Luis Pintos, Santiago de Compostela University, Spain.
Professor of Sociology these last 30 years in the University of Santiago and several universities in Mexico, Guatemala, San Salvador, Colombia, Chile and Argentina. Researcher and author of several pieces on social imaginaries and their application to current forms of reality construction.
- Dr. Pedro Antonio Hellin Ortuño, University of Murcia, Spain.
Doctor, Associate Professor at the University of Murcia. Licensed in Information Sciences. Master in Analysis of Social and Consumption Trends and Communication Strategies.
- Dr. Maria De los Ángeles Cabrera González, University of Málaga, Spain.
Journalism Associate Professor in the University of Malaga and director of the Labcom research group.
Former Vice-dean of Research and Innovation in the Communication Sciences Faculty of the University of Malaga.
She is a researcher in national and international cooperation R + D + i projects as well as the person responsible for research sub-projects on the impact of the internet in media, the digital convergence and the cyber-media evolution.
Winner of the 1st Netpedal Award in Communication by the Latin-American Digital journalists Association.
Director of the www.paraperiodistas.com portal on Technology and Journalism Communication.
- Dr. Julio César Lobo, Federal University of Bahía, Brazil.
Licensed in Communication by the Federal de Bahía University(1982), Licensed in Humanities (1978) and Master in Communication and Contemporary Culture by the same university (1993), Doctorate in Sciences of Communication by the University of São Paulo (2002) and Post-Doctorate in Arts by the Estadual de Campinas University (2009). Currently, he is a IV Adjunct Professor at the Federal de Bahía University. Counts with important experiences in arts, mainly in the following topics: cinema, social identity, journalism, art and society and cultural studies.
- Dr. Lorena Frankenberg, Metropolitan University of Monterrey, Mexico.
Marketing Director. Director of the Interdisciplinary Center of Applied Social Research, professor of the Master in Journalism and Digital Communication in the Metropolitan University of Monterrey.
- Dr. Isabel Tajahuerce Ángel, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain.
Doctor in Information Sciences. Professor of the Department of History of Social Communication from the Faculty of Sciences of Information at the UCM since 1990. Professor of courses in Communication and gender, and Communication and Social Movements. Besides, is a member of the Council of the Institute of Feminist Research and a professor in the Doctorate program for Feminist and Gender Studies. Expert in feminism, social movements, media and culture. She centers her recent investigations in the relation between media and social and political systems responsible for the inequality, and/or as agents for social and political change; she also studies the value of the construction of new references starting from university studies with a gender perspective, especially within communication studies.
She is a collaborator in several projects with the CICOM, Investigation Center in Communication of the University of Costa Rica, on Feminism and Communication. She is also director of the History and Social Communication journal and is part of the advising council of other scientific publications. Nowadays, she acts as delegate of the Principal for equality and is responsible for the Equality Unit of the Complutense University of Madrid. She has been Deputy Principal of Culture, Sport and Social Policy, and Deputy Director of Extension and Broadcasting of Culture of the UCM, besides being a member of the Government Council.
Solangy Mayerly Carrillo Pineda
Chief of the Publishing House of the University of Medellin and candidate for Master in Scientific Information and Communication by the University of Granada.
Laura Agudelo Calle
Manager of the Publishing House of the University of Medellin. Librarian from the University of Antioquia.
Angie Lizdey Gallego Ospina
Angie Lizdey Gallego Ospina
Editorial Assistant of the Publishing House of the University of Medellin. Librarian from the University of Antioquia.