Jessica was working as the Network Coordinator at the Municipal Office for the Protection of Children and Adolescents, where she followed up on reports of human rights violations of children and teenagers in Panajachel, whens he became a Fellow. Jessica graduated from Youth Networks, an organization that works in politics, environment and communications. She has served as Sexual and Reproductive Health Program Coordinator for Asociación Amigos de Santa Cruz, in Sololà. This young indigenous leader is currently studying Business Administration and is fluent in both Spanish and Kakchiquel. Once she graduates, she would like to start an organization with young graduates from Youth Networks, to benefit children and teenagers. Jessica was 21 years old when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.
- Elianne MagañaElianne Magaña has completed coursework in the Marine Biology program at the University of Belize and has volunteered with the Environmental Research Institute (ERI). Her volunteer work includes data collection, monitoring and data analysis of the marine environment along the Turneffe Atoll. She con...