Guadalupe Lovelia Magaña was 28 years old when she became a GOJoven fellow and was born inCorozal,Belize. She obtained an Associates degree in General Studies fromSt. JohnsCollege. Lupe began working with young people in 1995. Her professional experience includes: teacher, president of the Progresso Youth Club, and Community Rehabilitation Officer for the Community Rehabilitation Department of Orange Walk District. Lupe believes strongly that if given the opportunity and provided a supportive environment, young people can be empowered to create positive change in their lives.
- Blanca Estela Ical Bolóm Blanca Estela Ical Bolóm became a GOJoven Fellow at age 18. She went to high school at the Mayan Educational Institution Ak Tenamit, Izabal where she focused on sustainable tourism. A dynamic, proactive, indigenous Queqchí woman, Blanca is seen as a leader within her community. She volunteered ...