Sara was working with PRODESCA, an organization that provides community health care services, as a facilitator of services for women when she became a Fellow. Sara has worked as an instructor for women’s networks in SRH, nutrition and basic health care topics. She has also received several trainings in community organization, mental health, and diagnosis. This multi-lingual indigenous leader speaks fluent Tz’utujil and Spanish, as well as basic English and Kakchiquel. Sara studied nursing, and wishes to attain her professional degree. Her goal is to travel to other places to study and broaden her knowledge in her areas of interest. When she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow, Sara was 22 years old.
- Shanese PitzoldShanese Pitzold was an honor student in the Natural Resource Management program at the University of Belize. She has received a certificate of distinction from The Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music in London, and her professional experience includes working as an office assistant at NEMO an...