I’m Carolina Perez Sanz.
Born in Madrid, raised in Lisbon, educated in a French Lycee, I’ve come to New York to expand my search and broaden the scope of my work in the communication sphere. I teach “Speech Fundamentals” at Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York.
I’ve always been involved with language and communication: from linguistics to voice research; from phonetics to personality; from tactical (how to say something) to strategic communication (what to say and why).
La Voz del Poder, at the Huffington Post, is my Spanish blog. I write about politicians and speech – the way they speak affects how people perceive them.
I’ve finished a novel in Spanish that I’m re-writing in English about how we manipulate the perceptions other people have about us.
I’ve recently completed the Public Relations and Corporate Communication master’s program at the New York University, with a thesis about female leadership in the public relations industry. Here are my key findings: female-leadership-trust-key-findings
Contact me for talks, panel discussions, coaching engagements, or career opportunities.