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About Julyana Adoptions

Our Team

Raul - After working in Colombia as an adoption attorney specialist from 1986 to 1999 with more than 700 families from Finland, Sweden , Norway, Denmark, Germany, Holland, Belgium, England, France, Italy, Spain; and more than 500 families in the United States from 1999 to 2011, I considered that it was important to facilitate adoption services for agencies, adoptive parents and adoptees from Colombia. "Julyana Adoption Consultant Services LLC" was created to serve some of your needs.

Gilma Ines, Colombia Program Assistant, graduated from Esumr University in Colombia with a Bachelors in Marketing, and has more that 12 years of experience in adoption services. At Julyana Adoption Consultant Services, she acts as the liaison between the Colombia and US offices. Gilma Ines herself is an adoptive parent and has a unique understanding of both sides of the adoption process. She is married to Raul and has two children, Ana and Juilan.

Ana Cristina has an Associate in Arts degree in Business Administration and has three years of experience dealing with Dossier paperwork as an administrative assistant of an adoption agency. She is fluent in Spanish and English, loves dogs and spends her spare time doing volunteer work at the Humane Society.

Blanca, Attorney, graduated from the University of Medellin in Colombia. Prior to joining Julyana Adoption Consultant Services, Bianca was head of HR at a Financial Institution in Colombia, specializing in Labor Law issues, she also held the Mayer of Puerto Berrio, Colombia. She is married to Carlos and has been working with adoptions since 2008.

Mario is an attorney graduating from the University of Medellin and specializes in constitutional, administrative and civil procedures. His experiences include Mayor of Cocorma and San Carlos in Colombia.teaching at a law faculity and has been the Married to Ana Maria and is the father of Carolina and Santiago.

Nora is an attorney that graduated from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in Colombia. She worked for the Colombian IRS (DIAN) prior to starting her private practice in the adoption field in 1999. Nora is married to Guillermo and is a mother of three children, Catalina, Maria Del Pilar and Marcela.