Djinji La Belle Crocker, Operations Analyst
International SBA Communications Corporation
-Boca Raton, Palm Beach
For me, I have loved working from home. I feel a lot of peace and silence since since I don't have children yet, I am alone during the day. My faithful companion at work is my little dog Bellito every day.
Working from home has saved me almost 2 hours a day commuting. I've had time to cook more and try different cooking recipes. It has also allowed me to clean and organize every space in my house, and to enjoy more of nature in my neighborhood while I run or ride my bike.
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Journalist and writer. Luis Miranda studied Philosophy, Literature and History at the Universidad del Rosario in Bogotá DC with a diploma in "Superior Spanish" from the Instituto Cervantes, from the University of Salamanca of the Spanish Kingdom.
Professor of Photography at the Universidad de la Sabana in Bogotá, Colombia, School of Social Communication, and field photographer for international magazines.
He studied declamation and dramatic art with the maestro Víctor Mallarino, the famous theater director of Colombia. He has been based in the United States for 40 years and has practiced journalism in New York, Washington DC and South Florida as director of "El Tiempo Hispano".
His books include: Nosotros los de Así (tales); Geography of the invisible / Drawing of the young rebel (stories); The Night Filters (short stories), The Interpretation of Dreams, García Márquez, Joyce and me, (essays) The Time Trap (novel) The Paper Tiger (novel) The Reverie of Two Stormy Twins and Labyrinths of Desire and reason (poetic work) He currently directs The House of Hispanic American Culture in Fort Lauderdale.
He was the official presenter of the television program "Cita con la Cultura" of TV Hogar, and channel 44 of Key West
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