Estefany was selected as a GOJoven Mexico Fellow when she was 23, as she was pursuing a degree in Law from the Division of Administrative Political and Economic Sciences of the University of Quintana Roo (UQROO). Since 2010, Estefany has collaborated in different spaces focused on the promotion of good preventive practices in the exercise of adolescent and youth sexuality, giving talks on sexual and reproductive education, abd implementing dynamics and games with adolescents. She has generated awareness and social impact through face-to-face approaches with the youth population of Quintana Roo and being a youth leader for the Population Services International (PSI Mexico) from 2010 to 2014. Estefany was a radio announcer for the “TODAY TOKA” project and participant of the congress of spokespersons in favor of the right to decide implemented by the MARIA fund. One of her objectives is to contribute to the empowerment of women, mainly indigenous Mayans.
- Dalila IcalDalila Ical was the youngest Fellow in the 2004-2005 cohort, selected at age 20. Her professional experience includes: news anchor for a local television station in Orange Walk Town, journalist at RSV Media Limited in Belize City in the News Department, and radio announcer at Estereo Amor Radio Stat...