Title: Economic Researcher
Location: Yonkers, New York, United States
Lorna A. Rey, a global economics researcher, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of international economics.
Ms. Rey is best known for her work on economic development in Belize, including her terms as a citizen ambassador and registration of an artifact with the U.S. Library of Congress. Largely retired, she previously worked as a nurse and as a real estate agent, and later specialized in technological research on behalf of the country of Belize. Much of Ms. Rey’s research aims to alleviate economic woes and enhance information fluency, and she has performed a great deal of work with the United States government, the United Nations, and People to People International.
Ms. Rey first became involved in her profession out of a desire to tackle the global problems of hunger and poverty. Through her research, she resolved to focus on the Central American nation of Belize, whose rich culture provided an effective springboard for her interests. Moreover, Ms. Rey has long been motivated by her desire to help others.
In accounting for her success, Ms. Rey credits her personal experiences of systemic poverty and her hard work toward mitigating its worst effects on people throughout the world. Looking toward the future, she aspires to travel to different countries and to work with regional leaders developing locally-based economic initiatives. Furthermore, Ms. Rey hopes to connect with archaeological organizations in the United States and continue her work with ancient artifacts.
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