Young Guajira obtained a professional title in the country’s capital

Luz Karine Pacheco, the recent graduate Luesmarian and her father Gabriel Pacheco

Luesmarian Pacheco Urdaneta, an outstanding 22-year-old young woman from Guajira, has achieved a significant achievement in her academic life after five years of effort and dedication in the city of Bogotá. Recently, she successfully completed her academic project and obtained a professional degree in graphic design from the Andean Area University Foundation.

Originally from Maicao, La Guajira, Luesmarian is the fruit of the love and union between Gabriel Pacheco Ocando and Hortencia Urdaneta Pana. Her parents, full of pride, celebrate this important achievement in the life of her daughter, who has demonstrated from an early age outstanding creativity, intelligence and discipline, characteristics that have led her to establish clear goals and work tirelessly to achieve them. their dreams.

A member of the Wayuu indigenous community, Luesmarian is recognized by family and friends for her commitment and passion in her studies, being a living example of perseverance and determination. Her achievement not only exalts her family, but also inspires other young people to follow in her footsteps in the constant pursuit of academic and personal excellence.

Mayra Pacheco, one of her sisters, describes her as a supportive, loving and responsible being. “Today our community enjoys an excellent professional, who we are convinced will work hard with ethics, remembering all the teachings that our parents instilled in us since we were little.”



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