Dr Rosalía Arteaga Serrano

Dr Rosalía Arteaga Serrano

CEO, FIDAL Foundation & President of Advisory Council, CoFuturo Foundation

Rosalía Arteaga is the first Ecuadorian woman becoming President and Vice-President of the Republic of Ecuador. She was also Vice-minister of Culture and Minister of Education.

Currently, Dr. Arteaga is CEO of FIDAL Foundation and President of the Advisory Council of CoFuturo Foundation.

She is member of the following institutions:

  • The World Academy of Art and Sciences
  • The Board of Trustees of the Library of Alexandria (Egypt)
  • Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of European Doctors
  • Senior Executive Education Advisor of the China U.S. Business Association
  • Member of the Board of Trustees of the Universities of Otavalo and SEK
  • Member of the Advisory Board of International Relations at the University of Miami
  • Member of the Atlantis Group
  • Member of the Board of Women Political Leaders
  • Member of the Board of World Sustainable Development Forum
  • Member of UNIDAS
  • Member of the Board of the Catholic University of New Spain
  • Member of the Board fo Trustees of UBIQUOS
  • Honorary Chairperson of the International Women´s Club IWC
  • Honorary Member of Green Cross – United Kingdom
  • Member of the Advisory Board of Global Thinkers Forum

Dr. Arteaga is Honorary Professor of Fujian University in China, University of Tarapoto in Peru and Catholic University of Cuenca in Ecuador, and Doctor Honoris Causa from the California International University, Distinguished Fellow of the American Society of Diplomacy and Political Science, Numbered Academician fo the International Academy of Social Sciences IASS, Palm Beach, Honorary Professor of University of San Pablo-T, Lifetime Achievement Award Mrs. Benazir Bhutto given by the International Human Rights Commission.

Dr. Arteaga is a writer, gives conferences, promotes education and environment care, and collaborates with some national and international media.

Her books include essays, poetic prose, poetry, tales and children and young literature. Her poems have been part of various anthologies in Ecuador and other countries.