Marco holds a bachelor’s degree in law and currently is the Director of the Human Rights unit for the Attorney General of Quintana Roo, México. In this position, where he began working in June 2011, he has worked as an advisor and trainer, and has addressed human rights complaints. Also, Marco continues his career as an advisor to youth and youth NGOs in the northern area of Quintana Roo, collaborating with them as a trainer and author of human rights articles. Marco is also the local coordinator for a program in Cancun called International Youth Career Initiative. There, he works to empower at risk youth through job skills training and personal development. Marco defines himself as a feminist and has worked as a trainer in masculinity, eradication of homophobia, sexual diversity, discrimination, HIV and AIDs, and youth empowerment since 2004. Marco was 25 when he became a GOJoven Fellow.
- Carmita LemusCarmita Lemus was 27 when she became a GOJoven fellow. This dedicated leader started volunteering at age 15 with Youth for the Future and National Aids Commission. Carmita has worked with the Cornerstone Foundation as Program Manager, and as an Educator at Belize Family Life Association in their beh...