Guadalupe Andrea Espinoza Chávez was 27-year old when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow. She has a BA in Social Communications from Occident University in her native state of Sinaloa, Mexico. She has covered the Cozumel City Council and produced a radio show called “Citizenship Pulse” that covered a range of social and health issues affecting Cozumel, such as alcoholism and teen pregnancy. Motivated by her own personal experience, Guadalupe hopes to develop innovative and effective strategies to inform youth about their SRH decisions so that they make informed choices that will influence the rest of their lives.
- Dunia Carola Orellana GuifarroDunia has worked as a human rights activist, filmmaker, journalist and multimedia editor for La Prensa, Honduras’s most widely read newspaper. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the National Autonomous University of Honduras in 2010. As a Summit Scholar, she earned her Master’s degr...