Rodolfo Moo Chi Rodolfo Moo Chi

Rodolfo Moo Chi, 28 years old when he became a GOJoven Fellow. He has a Bachelor’s degree in business administration.  Rodolfo’s innate leadership skills, commitment to the youth of his community, and his past experience working at the local youth and health centers illustrate his capacity to initiate change. He hopes through the GOJoven program […]

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Silvia Muñoz Montero Silvia Muñoz Montero

Silvia Muñoz Montero is professionally trained in nursing, and worked in this area with the Secretariat of Health in the state of Quintana Roo, in preventative medicine in different rural communities.  Silvia worked as a nurse for the Mexican Red Cross, volunteering her time in fundraising for three years.  In 2006, Silvia was selected as a GOJoven Fellow, […]

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Oscar Moreno Castillo Oscar Moreno Castillo

Oscar Moreno Castillo, was 23 years-old when he became a GOJoven Fellow. He  has worked as Coordinator of Centro Interactivo Poder Joven, a youth development center sponsored by the Quintana Roo Youth Commission.  Oscar spent several years working at the Poder Joven Center in Felipe Carillo Puerto before he was promoted to his current position as Coordinator […]

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Mareny Cecilia Cortés Santiago Mareny Cecilia Cortés Santiago

Mareny Cecilia Cortés Santiago was 26 years-old when she became a GOJoven Fellow.  Her professional experience includes workings as an Assistant Director and Partner of HIDROLAB, a lab that performs chemical analysis of water, soil, food, and clinical specimens, and as a professor and president at the pre-university, associates level, teaching courses in science.  Mareny has worked as an independent […]

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Alejandra Patricia Sales Cardenas Alejandra Patricia Sales Cardenas

  Alejandra Patricia Sales Cardenas, was 29 when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  Her professional experience includes working for the for the government’s program dealing with at-risk youth within the Department of the Family.  She directed a residential center for at-risk youth in Chetumal, where she worked as a counselor and educator for […]

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Gabriela Flores Rodríguez Gabriela Flores Rodríguez

Gabriela Flores Rodríguez was selected to be a GOJoven Fellow when she was 22 and was part of the Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Initiative – AIR in 2009. She has served as Technical Secretariat for the Latin American and Caribbean Youth Network for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (REDLAC), where she took charge of the […]

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Luís Joel Rivera Perdomo Luís Joel Rivera Perdomo

Luís Joel Rivera Perdomo, selected as a GOJoven Fellow at age 22, had extensive experience in popular theatre. As an actor and theatre workshop teacher, Luis worked with the Tegucigalpa Theatre Workshop Association and the Cultural Association RIMAS, an organization that executes projects focused on the prevention of HIV/AIDS. Having toured throughout Honduras, the focus […]

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Licda Nory Álvarez Betancourth Licda Nory Álvarez Betancourth

Licda Nory Álvarez Betancourth was 25 years old when she became a GOJoven Fellow. She is currently the Executive Director of the GOJoven Honduras Association, of which she is a founding member. Licda has a degree in Public Accounting and Finance from the National Autonomous University of Honduras and has worked for 13 years in […]

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Saul Pauu Maaz Saul Pauu Maaz

Saul Pauu Maaz, is an indigenous Q’eqchi’ Mayan leader.  he has taught pedagogy to teachers-in-training in the Bi-lingual High School in the rural town of Sayaxché, Petén, Guatemala.  He worked on the bi-lingual radio novella “Entre dos Caminos-Sa’xxaallib’e” (Between Two Paths) for Fundación ProPetén, where he was responsible for adapting, narrating and developing the Q’eqchí […]

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José Roberto Luna Manzanero José Roberto Luna Manzanero

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 […]

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