I studied journalism with the objective of informing people with only the truth.
I do not limit myself and I am always looking to communicate ideas in an inspiring and effective way.
But it’s not just about having degrees, I really enjoy what I do and would love to share my knowledge and learn new things.
I’m not just a journalist, I’m also a good person, I’m fun, I’m creative.
I enjoy the little things like sitting and watching the sunset and the big things like singing in front of a large audience.
Going out to sing on a stage is one of the most beautiful things, because you make people happy.
I can say that I am a “show woman”!
These last few years I’ve been aiming to get out of my comfort zone and do new things.
That’s why I’ve started climbing. It’s a sport where you need to be strategic, you have to dominate your fears and only climb.
I’m also a person who fights for what I want. The way I got my first job was very curious.
The job posting didn’t specify the address of the office, so I went through all the O’s in Goooooogle, until I found the address. I arrived at my future boss’ apartment to hand in my resume.
I worked there for 2 years as a principal journalist in Ecuador.
I have taken risks despite the little experience I had. I presented myself in the office of the mayor of Guayaquil, one of the most important people in Ecuador.
I proposed him a project for a digital newspaper. He loved it!
In Ecuador, I built my own business “Claudia Haro Producciones” to help my clients become dynamic in their approach to customers and reinvent the way they show their products.
Now in Spain, I continued with my audiovisual production company. I’ve been doing several productions including research, video and photography tasks.
My short-term goal is to continue studying languages and to improve both English and German.
I have a long way to go, many experiences to live and many risks to take. I’m prepared for everything that comes my way.
I will do whatever it takes to achieve my goals!