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Carmen María Gallardo Hernández

Summary
Carmen María Gallardo Hernández (born 28 November 1949) is a Salvadorian diplomat. Gallardo Hernández's career has established her as a prominent figure and proponent of both bilateralism and multilateralism relations. She has served in key diplomatic posts abroad and has served in a wide variety of representative roles in the United Nations and other international organizations. Education Ambassador Gallardo Hernandez spent most of her school years in Paris, France and obtained a French Baccalaureate in Philosophy and Literature. She then moved to Geneva where she obtained both a bachelor's degree in Translation (English, Spanish and French) and a master's degree in Parliamentary Interpretation from the University of Geneva. Gallardo Hernandez went on to receive a bachelor's degree in Clinical Psychology from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. Career Career overview
  • From 1992 to 1994 she was appointed as El Salvador's ambassador and permane
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