Cecilia Kay Nicté Chablé Berlín became a GOJoven Fellow when she was 23-years old. Her professional experience includes working as a teacher and providing technical support at the Intercultural Maya University in Quintana Roo. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Preschool Education, and Certification in Creating Intercultural Environments. Her short-term goal is to increase her abilities as an effective teacher, especially pertaining to intercultural education. In the long-term, she aims to be a specialized teacher in pedagogy and intercultural education that participates actively in the development of professionals to contribute effectively to community development efforts.
- Rudolph Khendis Ellis Rudolph Khendis Ellis is a dedicated young leader from Orange Walk who was a high school English teacher when he was selected as a Fellow in 2004. Khendis has experience working in literacy and HIV/AIDS issues. In 2006, Khendis received a Summit Scholarship to complete his Bachelor’s Degree in...