Gloria Araceli Salanic Cornejo is a Maya-K’iché woman whose professional experience includes working as a Volunteer Community Facilitator for Asociación Amigas, where she provided training on family planning, prevention of violence against women, personal relationships, and HIV/STIs in the rural villages surrounding Quetzaltenango. She has a teaching degree and works as a Physical Education teacher. Gloria is the secretary of her Catholic youth group, where she provides talks on communication and attitudes about sexuality. Gloria was 18-years old when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow. Gloria’s long term plans are to study radiology at the university and, with her mother, open a clinic and pharmacy in her home town.
- Renita PopRenita Pop attended the Toledo Community College (TCC) and graduated in 2007 at the age of 16, with a diploma in Science. She later attended The University of Belize in pursuit of a Nursing Degree. In 2009 she obtained a certificate in Practical Nursing, was a Magna Cum Laude honor student, earned h...