Guillermo MacLoughlin best epitomizes the model of Irish Argentine, having strongly contributed to the knowledge of Irish culture and genealogy in Argentina.
He has lectured in Ireland, UK and the U.S. and has published articles in historical and genealogical magazines. He recently took over as editor of The Southern Cross newspaper upon the retirement of Santiago O’Durnin.
He is a founder and first president of the Corrientes Genealogical Institute and member of many genealogical and historical institutions of Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, Colombia, and Ireland.
Born in Buenos Aires in 1959, MacLoughlin is a public accountant. He is a tax advisor at the Argentine Rural Society (SRA), and board member of La Nación and the Southern Cross newspapers.
He is an Honorary Advisor of the Irish Embassy to Argentina and has been Deputy Secretary of the government of the Province of Corrientes, Argentina and Advisor to the Deputy Minister of Economy of Argentina.
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