Israel Antonio Barahona Reyes became a GOJoven Fellow at age 20 and has been a dynamic and charismatic volunteer at the Population Services International-sponsored Club en Conexion inTegucigalpa. Antonio has worked as a facilitator at the Club, where he has trained peer educators and monitored their work to educate youth on sexuality and reproductive health. With a true commitment to working with youth, Antonio hopes to one day manage radio programs that inform young people about sexual and reproductive health. He believes that each person is born a leader and wants to help develop their potential.
- Matilde Cali JatzMatilde Cali Jatz's professional experience includes working for the Child Fund Guatemala as a consultant. She worked as a researcher investigating the implementation of jobs for youth in 4 municipalities in Chimaltenango. As a young indigenous leader she has had to overcome tremendous personal ch...