Catalino is a young indigenous leader who speaks Maya and Spanish. He was 21 years old when he was selected as a GOJoven Fellow and has a certificate in Training and Accreditation of Interpreters of Indigenous Languages in the fields of justice enforcement and administration. In 2014, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Alternative Tourism from the Maya Intercultural University of Quintana Roo. Catalino has participated in workshops for the strengthening of male and female leadership from a point of view of indigenous youth. He is a natural leader who wishes to strengthen his knowledge through exchanges with other people. In the future, he sees himself developing a study on the feasibility of ecological tourism, and would like to raise funds towards this project. In the long term, he sees himself implementing cultural projects with the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples. Currently, he works as a Basic English Facilitator at the Polytechnic University of Quintana Roo.
- Christopher Vincent ReidChristopher Vincent Reid is a public servant whose professional experience includes working at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Agriculture as an Assistant Land’s Officer. He has attended countless peer education sessions on various topics ranging from stigma and discrimination to safe sexual p...