Eduardo Ulibarri

Born in Cuba and a naturalized Costa Rican citizen, Eduardo obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences from the University of Costa Rica and later earned a Master’s degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri.

He currently works as a consultant on communication strategies, message construction and analysis for public and private companies.

He was the Permanent Representative of Costa Rica to the UN (2010-2014), editor in chief of La Nación newspaper (1982-2003), president of the Instituto de Prensa y Libertad de Expresión (2005-2010) and member of the Board of Directors of the National Higher Education Accreditation System (2003-2010). He has sat on many boards as well as national and international commissions.

He is a contributor to different press media in Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, the US and Spain, among other countries.

Academic career:

  • A Full Professor at the University of Costa Rica’s School of Communication Sciences, Eduardo has also taught at the Universidad Autónoma de Centroamérica and imparted seminars within the framework of the Central American Journalism Program at Florida International University.   

Awards:

  • He has won important awards such as the 2002 Latin American Association of Political Consultants’ Award for his outstanding contribution to public opinion research in Costa Rica.

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