Pamela Conde was born and raised in Oruro – Bolivia. Currently, she is based in Berlin, where she is finishing her studies to obtain an M.Sc. degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Stuttgart. Since school, she has done volunteer work in children’s centers, elderly homes, and penitentiary centers. This cause touched her profoundly and motivated her to study and work hard to give back a little of what she has received to society.
Currently, she is a member of the board of directors in an NGO that supports the education of children in Bolivia, a school workshop facilitator, and an intern in an environmental consulting company.
At the age of 16, she founded a reading club for teenagers in her hometown Oruro, her dream now is to form a writing club for women.
When not busy she likes to run, dance, read and write in her journal.
Updated May 2022
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