Archaeologist, specialist in tourism development, marketing, promotion and sales in Central and South America, Mrs. González, has studies in Governance from the Universidad San Martin in Lima, Peru; Ethnology, in the University of Bonn, Germany; Tourism and Planning, in Fachhochschule, Munich, Germany; Anthropology and Archaeology in the National University of Trujillo, Peru; and a Diploma in History of Art from the Dante Alighieri Institute, University of Rome, Italy.
With 25 years experience, 12 with the public sector and 13 in private industry, Mrs. González has been General Director of PromPerú in Lima, Peru.
She has also been consultant for UNESCO in Paraguay working in the tourism development plan 2000-2010 for that country. Marketing specialist in the European Commission for Peru-France relationships, she worked as a technical specialist for the Corporación Colombiana de Turismo in Bogotá and Cartagena, Colombia.
She represented Peru in the European market for almost 10 years as director of FOPTUR (Peruvian Tourist Office) in Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, Holland, Scandinavia and Hungary, As an archeologist she has worked for the French research organization ORSTOM in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Romisches Germanisches Museum, Germany, Volkerkunde Museum in Hamburg, Germany, Trujillo National Culture Institute in Trujillo, Peru and Trujillo Tours in Peru. She also runs the tour-operator South American Destination.
Mrs González is fluent in Spanish, German, French, English and Italian. She has published works about tourism and archeology including “From Campesinos to Tour Operators” The UNESCO Courier. “Critical Analysis of an Eye-Witnesses of The Conquest According to 16th Century Documents” and “Hans Heinrich Bruning,” Hamburg and Peru, Humboldt Magazine, Munich and “Hans Heinrich Bruning and the Lambayaeque” Bulletin Lima museum. Lima, Peru.