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Simon Bolivar Resume

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| | OBJECTIVETo be one of the many famous faces in the United Federation of Great Leaders where I belong with my fellow liberators and world changers, and to obtain the position of Chairman of the Board.

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| | BACKGROUND AND EDUCATIONAcademy of CaracasMajored in writing, arithmetic, history, religion and Latin Special Classes Special training in History and Literature, instructed by Don Andres Bello Additional Conference EducationAttended conferences with my tutor, Simon Rodriguez, where I learned about the Enlightenment thinkers Voltaire, Locke and Rousseau

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| | WORK EXPERIENCE * Drafted the constitution of Bolivia singlehandedly * Created Bolivia, named after yours truly * First President of Columbia * Lead Congress that organized republic of Columbia * Held a conference in Panama, where I invited all Latin American countries to participate and discuss the possibility of a confederation of states. (I also invited Great Britain and the US. The British attended, but the US did not, since a unified Latin America was not in their interests). * Dictator of Peru in 1822 * Dictator of Angostra in 1816 after winning control from Spain * Achieved the rank of Second lieutenant of the Battalion in the white militia by my second year * Member of the Battalion in the white militia in the Aragua Valley| | | |

| | ACCOMPLISHMENTS (RESULTS) * Freed most of Latin America from Spanish rule * Ended up directly and indirectly single-handedly controlling Latin America, including Gran Columbia, Peru, and Angostra, an area more than four times larger than the original United States * Awarded “Most Decorated Liberator” in 1819, for having led the independence movement for six nations in Latin America (responsible for the independence of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela). * Named “Leader of Latin America” in 1818.

* Named “Liberator of Latin America” in 1817.
* Named “Most Important Man In Latin America” in 1815. * Was given the title of “El Libertador” (The Liberator) in Caracas in August of 1813.
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| | ACTIONS/ACTIVITIES * Organization of Revolutionary Liberators, where I took an oath of induction promising he would not rest until the South American world was free of Spanish dominion. * Founded Simon Bolivar Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit charity organization to help improve the quality of life for impoverished peoples in the Americas, specifically Venezuela. * Founded Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar, an institution of higher education in Colombia. * | | | |

| | SKILLS * Efficient – I liberated multiple countries before my 40th birthday * Persuasive Skills – I often had to persuade those who clung to their mother country that independence was a better choice for them. * Charisma – I had to be charismatic to convince people to follow me. * Works well with others - Organizing and putting into action six different acts of independence is not a one man job, it takes a whole group working together. * Opinionated – I had to be opinionated in order to have the beliefs that made me so successful. * Leader – Who can lead six nations to independence without being a leader? * Inspiring – My actions alone cause inspiration, but I also made others believe they could be independent if they just worked hard at their goal. * Passionate on beliefs – My beliefs are one of the most important things to me, otherwise I never would have acted so boldly to make them become a reality. * Loyal – In one quote, I said this: If my death contributes to the end of the parties and the consolidation of the Union, I shall go quietly to my grave.” This shows my loyalty to my cause because I would die if that were what needed to be done to reach freedom and peace. * Brave – Once, I said, ”Our hatred knows no bounds, and the war shall be to the death.” Which shows my bravery for my cause and my willingness to die for it.

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| | INTERESTS/HOBBIES * Chess – I have found that playing this strategy game ultimately aids my military prowess and my ability to scheme * Writing – I wrote the Bolivian Constitution singlehandedly, as well as a book entitled: Liberating Nations, One by One. * Liberating Nations – I did this six times, it could be considered a hobby at this point. * Latin America – Obviously I have an interest in Latin America, why else would I fight for their independence and spend years of my life helping them? * Literature and Studies – My studies of literature and my love for learning are well known. * Unification – While many local leaders didn't want unification, but the creation of separate states, I wanted a unified Latin America. * Capture the Flag – Strategy is how I had to win the wars for independence, this game has the strategy of a battle, without the blood and deaths. |

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| | PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS * Member of the LNC, “Liberators of the Nineteenth Century”, an organization commemorating the most significant and world changing liberators of our time. * Spoke at conference CW123, “Constitution Writing: It’s As Easy As 1, 2, 3!”, alongside the Untied States’ Founding Fathers, such as Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and more. * Member of LHAL, “Liberators of Huge Amounts of Lands”, because he liberated an area four times the size of the original 13 colonies in North America.| | | |

| | REFERENCES 1. Alexander von Humboldt – naturalist who told me that South America was extremely rich in natural resources. Once, he said, “I believe your country is ready for independence. I just don’t know the man who is ready to achieve it,” and later became my biggest inspiration. Contact info:

2. María Teresa Rodríguez del Toro y Alayza – the daughter of Spanish aristocrats, was my wife. Less than two years after our marriage, Maria Teresa died of yellow fever. I never remarried after my wife died. 3. Simon Rodriguez – my tutor and mentor throughout my childhood and later when I had liberated Latin America. I made him "Director for Public Education, Physical and Mathematical Sciences and Arts" and "Director of Mines, Agriculture and Public Roads” of Bolivia once I liberated it.

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