Roberto Carlos Flores became a GOJoven Fellow when he was 26 years old. He worked inSan Pedro Sula, teaching teachers, and has also been a leader in his church as a youth group leader. He is particularly concerned about helping adolescents adjust to life changes, and to ensure that they can protect themselves against unwanted pregnancies and HIV/AIDS. A computer aficionado, Roberto has taught Mathematics and Computer Technology in Escuela Normal Mixta del Litoral Atlántico (ENMLA) and at Instituto Superación Valle de Lean. He received a Summit Educational Scholarship in 2007 to finish his Bachelor’s Degree in Math at the Universidad Pegagógica Nacional “Francisco Morazán” in San Pedro Sula,Honduras.
- 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...