So the Atlas Life team was able to connect with Rocio Albert Lopez-Ibor, the Deputy Minister of Education Policy! During the meeting, we were able to hear about their education system in Spain and discuss how college credits earned in Spain could be transferable back to the states!
Rocio Albert Lopez-Ibor's full background:
"She is currently Deputy Minister of Educational Policy of the Ministry of Education, Universities, Science and Spokesperson. She has held different positions in the Public Administration, among which stands out, Deputy Minister of Innovation, Industry, Commerce and Consumer Affairs of the Ministry of Economy, Employment and Finance, Director General of Universities and Research of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of the Community of Madrid, Director General of Improvement of Teaching Quality of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Secretary General of the Economic and Social Council, Chief of Staff in the Ministry of Economy and Consumer Affairs of the Community of Madrid, Deputy in the Assembly of Madrid at the beginning of the IX legislature and patroness of the FAES Foundation.”