Aleidy is originally from the Department of Quetzaltenango and was selected as a GOJoven Fellow when she was 17 years old. She is a graduate of John Harvard College and is currently a clerical secretary. She also graduated from ACCES, a program of the Embassy of the United States. She has experience as a councilor in the Municipal Council for Children and Adolescents, a teacher in the Teaching For You program (which provides free English classes), and a promoter at the Juvenile Reproductive Health Observatory (OSAR). Additionally, she is a member of the biministerial Quetzaltenango table. Her professional goal is, in the defense of sexual and reproductive health and rights, to be a journalist. Through this career, she hopes to enhance the visibility of the realities and the needs of Guatemalan girls in understanding the importance of Integral Education in Sexuality.
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