María Dolores Arias

María Dolores holds MBA degrees with a minor in Marketing from the Francisco Marroquín University, in addition to having completed the Master in Arts in Objectivist Philosophy curriculum from the same university. She also holds a Master’s degree in Administration with an emphasis on Organization and Systems from the Universidad Veracruzana and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the same university.

She has been a tenured professor at UFM for seven years. She was the recipient of the Murray Rothbard award for the best professor at the Henry Hazlitt Center at that university.
In ​​communication, she has more than eleven years of radio experience, being the founder and host of Libertopó

María Dolores was awarded first place in the Radio and TV category of the 12th Gold Standard Award for excellence in economic and business journalism from the Amcham of Guatemala, with the program: + Negocios, Sistema EVA (Economic Value Added) I and II with Joel Stern In the 13th Gold Standard Award for excellence in economic and business journalism, she obtained second place in the Internet category for the column: Venezuela: Chronicle of an announced disaster, posted on Repú

She was also awarded the Charles L. Stillman Award in the newspaper article category with the work “”And if the processions, would the government organize them?”” posted on Repú