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About Me


My name is Débora Menieur Núñez, author, entrepreneur, passionate for education and public service.

Since 2018 I have been connecting people to success as a business and digital marketing consultant. I have helped  businesses and entrepreneurs strengthen their brand and customer relations.  

Currently, I serve as a Truman-Albright Fellow for the Office of Communications and Outreach (OCO) for the U.S. Department of Education and as voluntary Executive Director of the Puerto Rico Chapter of The Hope for Us Charity.


Recently, I served as Communications Manager at the Medical Device Innovation Consortium (MDIC) Marketing and Communications Account Manager at Health2 Resources, leading the marketing and communications efforts for the Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC) and Get The Medications Right Institute (GTMRx) and as Communications Specialist at Excelencia in Education. 

In 2018 I published my first book, Movilidad Estudiantil en Acción, as a way of starting the conversation around study abroad programs in Puerto Rico. International Education became central in my life after volunteering and working at the student mobility office of INTEC. In 2021 I published my first coloring book, "Art of Procrastination: Coloring and Activity Book"

I recently completed Pepperdine University's DC Policy Scholars ProgramI graduated Summa Cum Laude of a dual degree in Business Administration majoring in Entrepreneurial and Management Development and Human Resources with a minor in Psychology at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Arecibo. I had the honor of being selected as the first Truman Scholar of my campus in 2019. I'm currently based in Washington D.C. while taking part of the Truman-Albright Fellows Program

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