I was born in the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on a Sunday at 6:00AM. I am the youngest of three siblings. I love art, and I practice free diving, theater, and yoga. I studied psychology – I have a master’s degree in research methodology – and now I am studying my second master’s degree in coaching.
One of my favorite childhood moments was playing ball with my dad and brother in front of my house, but instead of using a ball, we played with a giant, yellow lemon.
What attracted my attention to work with GFC was that it is an organization that seeks to help girls, boys, and young people in a different way, from a very human approach, creating a connection with people and showing a real concern for the growth of others.
Perhaps one of the biggest challenges is to develop the work in another language that is not my mother tongue, but at the same time, it is a wonderful experience that has allowed me to learn a lot. As for satisfaction, I think it is wonderful to hear the words of thanks from the partners.
I think GFC’s work is important because it allows small organizations to grow and to help the development of children and youth who seek social transformation.
When I was 7 years old, my mom gave me a cloth doll, which I named Elenita, and she was my favorite toy during my childhood.
I wanted to be a marine biologist because I love spending my time in the sea, looking at the crabs, fish, and stingrays.
Cactus in tomato sauce.
Last minute changes without warning bother me.
If I had a superpower, it would be to be able to fly.
Global Fund for Children (GFC) UK Trust, created in 2006, is a UK registered charity (UK charity number 1119544). We work to generate vital income, create new fundraising opportunities, and raise awareness of the invaluable work of GFC’s grassroots grantees. Our aim is to extend the reach of GFC in the United Kingdom, Europe, and beyond.
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