|Mayor of San Cristóbal|
|Assumed office |
26 May 2014
|Preceded by||Eduardo Delgado|
|First lady of San Cristóbal|
12 December 2013 – 19 March 2014
|Preceded by||Mónica García Tezzi|
|Born||15 October 1983|
|Political party||Popular Will|
|Children||María Victoria |
|Parents||Armando Gutiérrez |
Gutiérrez was born in the Tierra Negra locality, being one among four children. She married Daniel Ceballos on 12 October 2007. She studied primary in the La Epifanía school in Zulia and later moves with her family to Táchira, obtaining her elementary diploma in the Cervantes school. She graduated as an industrial engineer from the Experimental University of Táchira.
Patricia started her political career being a member of the Justicia Universitaria movement, a student organization of Justice First. She has led several manifestations in Venezuela, giving a closure speech of a women march that took place in San Cristóbal on 26 February 2014, organized nationwide by María Corina Machado and Lilian Tintori.
After her husband had his position as mayor of San Cristóbal revoked by the Supreme Tribunal of Justice due to the events that took place during the 2014 Venezuelan protests, she decides postulate herself as Mayoress of the municipality. She was elected with 73.2% of the votes.
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