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Pilar Nores First Lady of Peru In role July 28, 2006 – July 28, 2011 President Alan García Preceded by Eliane Karp Succeeded by Nadine Heredia First Lady of Peru In role July 28, 1985 – July 28, 1990 President Alan García Preceded by Violeta Correa Miller de Belaúnde Succeeded by Susana Higuchi Personal details Born María del Pilar Nores Bodereau March 11, 1949 (age 69) Cordoba, Argentina Citizenship Peruvian Argentine Spouse(s) Alan García Children Josefina García Gabriela García Luciana Victoria García Alan Raúl García Residence Lima Alma mater University of Cordoba London School of Economics Profession Economist María del Pilar Nores Bodereau de García (born March 11, 1949) is an Argentine-born Peruvian economist.

Pilar Nores de García

President AlanGarcía
Precededby ElianeKarp
Succeededby NadineHeredia
FirstLadyofPeru
Inrole
July28,1985July28,1990
President AlanGarcía
Precededby VioletaCorreaMillerdeBelaúnde
Succeededby SusanaHiguchi
Personaldetails
Born MaríadelPilarNoresBodereau
March11,1949(age69)
Cordoba,Argentina
Citizenship Peruvian
Argentine
Spouse(s) AlanGarcía
Children JosefinaGarcía
GabrielaGarcía
LucianaVictoriaGarcía
AlanRaúlGarcía
Residence Lima
She completed her primary and secondary education at the Alejandro Carbó School, obtaining her high school diploma at the Manuel Belgrano High School. She enrolled at the National University of Córdoba, and earned a degree in Economics in 1969. She traveled in 1976 to Madrid, where she attended a seminar and met Alan García, a Peruvian lawyer and APRA activist. They were married in 1978, and returned to Peru, where Alan García would be elected to Congress in 1980, and as President of Peru in 1985. The couple would have four children: three daughters, Josefina, Gabriela del Pilar and Luciana Victoria; and a son, Alan Raúl Simón.
[1] Biography Born in Córdoba, Argentina, Pilar Nores was the thirteenth of fourteen children of a traditional family; her father, Rogelio Nores Martínez, served as interim Governor of Córdoba from 1962 to 1963, and was Director of the National University of Córdoba from 1967 to 1970.
The wife of former President of Peru, Alan García, she was that nation's First Lady on two occasions.

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