Aranza was selected as a GOJoven Mexico Fellow when she was 20 years old, as part of the first generation of Mexico and the Young Caribbean Fellows. At the time, she was pursuing a degree in Pharmacy from the University of Quintana Roo (UQROO). She started her journey at 16 as part of the Unidad de Fuerza Juvenil Quintana Roo, a youthful, altruistic and independent group, serving as a social worker for the organization. Because of her interest in altruism and active participation, she was invited to be part of Plant for the Planet Mexico, where she was the representative’s right hand in Latin America in the period 2014-2015. She has been part of various altruistic groups, notably volunteering for 9 years in a group for young people with emotional and attitude problems.
- Alex GarciaAlex Garcia graduated from Galen University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. His professional experience includes working as a Senior Accountant at Scotia Bank, Belize City Branch, which is one of the largest international banks worldwide. With the bank’s volunteering programs, Alex ha...