Ana Irene Delgado Guerra is the Senator of the Republic of Panama responsible for International Relations, Panama canal and infrastructure, indigenous affairs, and commissions. She is also a partner at the leading legal Panamanian firm, Solis, Endara, Delgado and guevara (SOLENDEG).
Ana is an elected member of the Board of Directors of New York University, President of New York University Law School Alumni Chater in Panama. Vice President of International Maritime University Assembly. An elected member of the Board of Directors of the Latin America and Caribbean Friendship with the People’s Republic of China Federation. Also, she is on the Board of Directors of the Panamanian Association of Friendship with China.
Some notable professional achievements of Ana’s include an APEDE Distinction to sponsor the annual Convention in 2010/2011, Ministry of Education of Panama. The Guillermo Andreve Award, 2000 & Business and Professional Women Club of El Dorado.
Among her many credentials and awards, Ana has achieved many academic and sports achievements, most notably in Fencing, representing Panama on the World Fencing Championships in 2013. She takes part in a variety of community work for Panamanian Indian communities, such as Kunas and Wounan, to name only a few. Her hobbies include Fencing, Dance, Equestrian and Running
Ana was Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and General Consul of the Republic of Panama to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Also, the Ambassador of the Republic of Panama to the Republic of Ireland. The permanent representative of Panama to the International Maritime Organization. She was a member of the Board of Governors of the World Maritime University in Sweden. Advisor and member of the board to Franco Panama School in Panama. In addition to all this Ana was also the General Manager of the Radio Emporium, a Radio group integrated by Fabulosa Estereo, Tropi Q, power92, and Radio Ancon.
Ana is a graduate of the New York University School of Law & New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business. With a B.Sc. in Law and Political Sciences from Santa Maria La Antigua University (USMA), in Panama.