Drupal adoption and use, and the community around it, are growing more and more. For example, there are good possibilities to celebrate the first DrupalCon Latino soon, probably the fourth quarter of this year 2012, in Brazil this first time.
I'm the current admin for the Drupal's Latin America group. This has been a really easy job, or almost no-job, since this group works well and there is very little need for moderation. However, my relationship with Latin America is mainly work-related, and I believe it's time to pass the admin permissions to people with more involvement in the Latin American Drupal community. I've proposed it before to some remarkable members of the community, who thought they were too busy. Hopefully this is a better time, and I'm making it clear that this is a really easy task, because in fact the excellent Latin American community is always self-moderating itself. But of course if you have some time you can help with Drupal information for the community, etc.
A team of two or more admins from different countries is suitable for this international group. It would be advisable to have admins (also called moderators or group organizers) from Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries. That is, including Brazil, the country with the largest Drupal community in Latin America. I would suggest for example Drupal event organizers like Nick Vidal from Brazil, Joaquin Bravo from Mexico, and others such as Drupal group moderators, or people willing to help the community. I can also be in the team for a time if people wish, just in case any assistance is needed.
So, if you are available to help as admin/moderator of the Latin America group, please say it here to see after some days or a few weeks if there is consensus about the most suitable people for this team.
Thank you / gracias / obrigado,