Milca Patricia Dzul Chulim Milca Patricia Dzul Chulim

Milca was workig on her Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration at Universidad de Oriente when she became a Fellow.  She was a Conafe instructor, where she taught secondary school classes in the town of Poxil.  She is a young indigenous leader who takes risks to achieve her goals.  She values her studies very much, and […]

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Candelaria Ay Ku Candelaria Ay Ku

Candelaria was21 years old when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow. She was working as a Women’s Projects Advisor through the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples (CDI)’s POPMI program when she became a Fellow. She speaks Spanish and Maya and is well known for the support she offers people. This young […]

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Lidia Esther Hoil Poot Lidia Esther Hoil Poot

Lidia is a young indigenous leader who speaks Maya and Spanish, is deeply attached to her culture, and wishes to work for the betterment of women in her community.  She has participated in trainings about youth leadership provided by the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples. She is an opinion leader within her […]

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Álvaro Ché Canul Álvaro Ché Canul

Álvaro was finishing his Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Psychology at the Centro Universitario de Valladolid at Conafe when he became a Fellow.  As a young indigenous leader, he has participated as cultural promoter with the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Peoples.  Álvaro does a lot of volunteer community work focusing on youth and […]

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Catalino Noh May Catalino Noh May

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 […]

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