Violeta Bastardo will represent the DR in Washington D.C. parade

The Fiesta DC Grand Parade dedicates its 50th anniversary to the Dominican Republic. The face that will represent us will be that of journalist Violeta Bastardo.

The celebration is scheduled for September 11 and will feature children’s festivals, a beauty pageant, science fair, diplomatic pavilions for embassies and consulates, arts, crafts stations and traditional cuisine.

Violeta Bastardo will represent the DR in Washington D.C. parade.
“I couldn’t believe when one of the organizers wrote me a message saying, ‘I want to see you shine that day, representing your land and your people.’ That notification filled me with happiness because I will also be one of the presenters of the event, where I will be able to present artists such as Toño Rosario, among others,” explained this professional from Santiago de los Caballeros.

Her work as a reporter in different television stations has allowed her to project herself in the cities of Washington and New York, where her face is well known.

Bastardo began her career in Channel 25 of Santiago, in her beginnings she collaborated in the program of Nelson Javier where she later became the news anchor of the channel. She studied Communication and Journalism at the Universidad Tecnológica de Santiago, UTESA.

With almost 20 years in the journalism industry, Violeta has interviewed several artists such as Marc Anthony, Jenny Rivera, Enrique Iglesias among others. In addition, she has sat face to face in exclusive interviews with U.S. officials, world leaders and Latin American presidents.

Bastardo began her career at Channel 25 in Santiago, where she collaborated with Nelson Javier’s program and later became the channel’s news anchor. She studied Communication and Journalism at the Universidad Tecnológica de Santiago, UTESA.

With almost 20 years in the journalism industry, Violeta has interviewed several artists such as Marc Anthony, Jenny Rivera, Enrique Iglesias among others. In addition, she has sat face to face in exclusive interviews with U.S. officials, world leaders and Latin American presidents.

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