Marcela V. C. freelancer experto en Relaciones Públicas, Investigación, Administración de Proyectos, Servicio al Cliente, Asistente Virtual

Marcela V. C.

International travel, logistics and events

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Mexico
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I studied a B.A. in International Relations and a Master's Degree in Population and Social Development.  My professional and academic endeavours span seven countries, including working on an academic ship and at an environmental floating lab in four continents during five years. This is evidence of my ability to work efficiently with remote teams of varied backgrounds along with local partners, to efficiently create and implement innovative initiatives.

My abilities range from personal assistance, translation, project management, hospitality and travel logistics tasks, to the organisation’s development and innovation, securing funding, building strategic partnerships and harvesting multilateral coalitions, as well as identifying key opportunities and directly supporting the strategic planning and development of the organisation.  I work with very high quality standards and a results oriented perspective, to find solutions with a creative approach and to make joint decisions within cross-cultural environments.

I am permanently fascinated by exciting international challenges and I consider myself an intrinsic relationship builder and team worker.  I trust that my experience will allow me to significantly contribute to your mission and specific projects.
Historia laboral
General Coordinator of the International Forum on Metropolitan Governance Innovation
UN-HABITAT (United Nation Human Settlements Programme)
01/2015 – 12/2015
Guadalajara, Jalisco.  MÉXICO.
• Supervised the financial and human resources (5 permanent staff + 45 temporary collaborators) for the efficient organisation and flawless execution of the Forum.
• Created a detailed work plan and managed an adequate distribution of responsibilities throughout the project.
• Coordinated the hospitality, fundraising, marketing and logistics strategies before, during and after the Forum.
• Built 45 national and international partnerships with different institutions, which supported the event.


Hospitality Manager & Protocol/Guest Services Assistant at the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games
International Paralympic Committee
08/2015
Toronto. CANADA.
• Managed IPC in-venue hospitality programme for events requested by IPC clients.
• Acted as Protocol & Guest Services Assistant, including management of IPC events and guests.
• Assisted in the Americas Paralympic Committee's General Assembly, Victory Ceremonies, VIP special events, ticket & gifts distribution and during the opening and closing ceremonies for the Box of Honour members.


Futures Coordinator and Expedition Member
The Clipperton Project
06/2013 – 08/2014
Worldwide (based in India)
• Headed up the “futures strategy” in order to lead the organization forward with key partnerships / relationships with local stakeholders and authorities / new projects worldwide.
• Planned, managed and operated programmes and events alongside local community representatives in Bermuda, the Azores Islands, Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Catalonia and Latin America.
• Crossed the Atlantic Ocean navigating on the Floating Lab (20 m. long sailboat) from Bermuda to Gran Canaria.


Group Leader - Sponsor VIP Hospitality Programme - Football World Cup 2014
Kempster
06/2014 – 07/2014
Rio de Janeiro. BRAZIL.
• Ensured the efficient logistical operation (accommodation, transportation, ticketing, special events, etc.) of Guest Programmes.
• Guaranteed that the aims and objectives of the client and their brand experience are met at all times.
• Co-managed the host team in order to provide informative, professional service, ensuring guests receive all necessary and relevant details of the Hospitality Programme.


Deputy Manager of the Paralympic Hospitality Centre (PHC) at the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympic Games
International Paralympic Committee
02/2014 – 03/2014
Sochi. RUSSIA.
• Assisted with the organisation of IPC special events, liaising with protocol services and hotel staff.
• Assisted with the daily PHC operations, leading the hospitality team.
• Coordinated general services requirements with hotel management.


Logistics Manager at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games
Olympic Broadcasting Services
01/2014 – 02/2014
Sochi. RUSSIA.
• Oversaw the production and implementation of logistical operations for OBS personnel at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park including ground transportation, accommodations, accreditation and food services.
• Coordinated access for shipments in and out of the compounds and administered general services.
• Assisted in coordinating International Broadcasting Centre service- related operations.


Consultant
Picnic México
02/2013 – 05/2013
Mexico City. MEXICO.
• Carried out research and created database of creative projects with social and environmental impact.
• Identified social innovation initiatives and potential actors/organizations to collaborate with in Mexico and Latin America.
• Contributed to create business model and hospitality guide, and undertook public relations activities.


Paralympic Hospitality Centre Assistant at the London 2012 Paralympic Games
International Paralympic Committee
08/ 2012 – 09/2012
London. UNITED KINGDOM.
• Supervised Paralympic Hospitality Centre function.
• Coordinated special events organization and operation to ensure all guests’ needs were fulfilled.
• Liaised with hotel staff regarding individual guest requests.


Deputy Logistics Manager at the London 2012 Olympic Games
Olympic Broadcasting Services
07/2012 – 08/2012
London. UNITED KINGDOM.
• Provided four production crews with various services (accommodation, transportation, catering, uniforms, etc.).
• Assisted the Broadcast Logistics Manager in coordinating all logistical and operation requirements for the production crews.


Hospitality Chief Officer
XVI Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 Organizing Committee
10/2010 – 06/2011
Guadalajara, Jalisco. MÉXICO.
• Met accommodation requirements of 42 National Olympic Committees and 200 broadcasters from the Americas.
• Supervised accommodation services during the Meeting of the Pan American Sports Organization Executive Committee and the Chiefs of Mission Seminar serving 62 top sport authorities from all over the Americas.
• Planned the World Broadcasters Meeting and managed logistics, accommodation, events and hospitality services.


Strategic Alliances Coordinator
Centro de Transporte Sustentable de México - EMBARQ / World Resources Institute
07/2008 – 07/2010
Mexico City. MEXICO.
EMBARQ Mexico is a NGO that fosters sustainable urban development, public transport and climate change awareness.
• Co-led the strategic planning, project management and monitoring to ensure the Centre’s stability and expansion.
• Strengthened the Board of Directors and undertook strategic workshops, essential to the Centre’s accountability.
• Executed fundraising activities: strategy development, building trust-based and maintain close relationships with stakeholders, grant writing, reporting and networking. Co-author of project proposals awarded 5 million USD.


Leader of the Global Cultures and Social Change Division AND Intercultural Resident Counselor
The ScholarShip / Royal Caribbean International
12/2007 – 04/2008
Worlwide (Asia, Africa and Europe)
TSS was an academic program offering a model of experiential learning for international education. It consisted of a university campus on a cruise ship hosting students on semester-long voyages around the globe.
• Coordinated on-site social work with local NGOs in Hong Kong, China, Thailand, India, Seychelles Islands, South Africa, Cape Verde, Spain, Turkey, Portugal and the Netherlands.
• Led intercultural projects and events that addressed interests and needs of 146 students from 50 different nations.
• Mediated interpersonal conflicts, achieved consensus and solved problems among culturally diverse students.


Institutional Relations Coordinator
CRECE Guanajuato
08/2006 – 12/2007
León, Guanajuato. MEXICO.
CRECE is a civic association that provides consulting, capacity building and training to micro and small businesses.
• Co-designed projects together with local communities, funded by the Inter-American Development Bank.
• Engaged with stakeholders during project creation processes to involve all the townspeople in its implementation.
• Planned and executed fundraising activities. Co-author of project proposal awarded 200,000 USD.


Commercial Assistant
Bancomext (PROMEXICO) - Mexican Commercial Office in Brazil
03/2005 – 06/2005
Sao Paulo. BRAZIL.
• Advised Brazilian business professionals interested in importing Mexican products. Promoted trade events and fairs.
• Managed importer information in databases of commercial interest for Mexican businesses.
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