Jose Roberto Luna Manzanero was selected as a GOJoven Fellow at the age of 22 and has been working in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights since the age of 12. Jose Roberto’s professional experience includes coordinating the youth component of the government’s National Program for Sexual and Reproductive Health. He is a talented trainer and created the National Intersectoral Commission on Comprehensive Youth and Adolescent Health Services to advocate for young people’s sexual and reproductive rights. Jose Roberto has worked as an advisor for the National Program on AIDS and as Technical Assistant in Public Policy and is an active member of Incidejoven, a national network of youth activists in Guatemala.
- 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 a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the National Autonomous University of Honduras in 2010. As a Summit Scholar, she earned a master’s degree i...