Coordinator at the Office of Vice Foreign Minister in Charge of Multilateral Affairs
Erwin Freddy Mamani graduated from the Simon Bolivar Teacher Training College of the Ministry of Education with a bachelor’s degree in primary education. And then he obtained degrees in indigenous peoples, human rights and international cooperation from Carlos III University of Madrid in Spain, completed his advanced studies in the Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, participated in the National Academy of Public Administration’s government management training sessions, and training courses held by Bolivian Diplomatic and Multinational Academy in international relations, international trading, and international law.
Mamani used to be the Second Secretary and Counsellor at permanent mission of Bolivia to the United Nations in the diplomatic system. He is now Coordinator at the Office of Vice Foreign Minister in Charge of Multilateral Affairs under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Director of the Civil Diplomacy and People-to-people Diplomacy of Indigenous Peoples Coordination Office.
Mamani once acted as Bolivia’s Secretary General of National Road Management Bureau, Head of Uyuni Environment and Water Resources Management Bureau in Potosí, and Consultant of Potosí’s Natural Resources, Lithium, Potassium, Magnesium, Boron, and Underground Water and Surface Water Commission.