A graduate of the School of Foreign Languages of the University of Havana (1997), Master (2004, 2013) Olga Rosa González is the deputy director of the Center for Hemispheric and U.S. Studies of the University of Havana.
She is also a professor in the University’s School of Communication and the School Foreign Languages. She has studied the American and Canadian public opinion towards Cuba as well as on the media-elite relations in both countries for over a decade. She is also interested in public diplomacy, political communication, strategic communication among other topics.
She has been a panelist at different national and international academic events and her articles have been published in Cuba and abroad. She is a member of the Cuban Association of Social Communicators (ACCS), the Cuban United Nations Association (ACNU) and the Latin American Studies Association (LASA). She also enjoys doing translations.