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ARE WE BORN INFLUENCERS ?

Dec 21, 2017 | BLOGGER, News, Media & Society | 0 comments

Alexandra Pfeiffer

Born in Argentina, from a Germanic mother and naturalized British. Living in France for quite a while. I left my art vocation to become a specialized Senior Manager at large International Groups. And now leaving it all behind to go back to art and international event organization activities.

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Alexandra Pfeiffer

Born in Argentina, from a Germanic mother and naturalized British. Living in France for quite a while. I left my art vocation to become a specialized Senior Manager at large International Groups. And now leaving it all behind to go back to art and international event organization activities.

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