GCE Team Profiles
Since childhood, she's been involved in defending education, through being a faithful defender of free, public education as a responsibility of the State. She is a true activist, a leader throughout her trajectory as a student, and an active member of youth movements in the fight for human rights, particularly women's rights.
As a member of the Latin America Youth and Adult Council for Education (CEAAL), she was Coordinator of the Literacy Network for Central America and Director of CEAAL for the Central American and Caribbean region. Within the Dakar-Honduras Forum, she did arduous work to change the legislation and educational policies.
She believes in working within the network, and in national, regional, and global partnership as a way to find collective solutions for the human right to education, and for free, quality, and public education as a responsibility of the State.
This is why she accepted to represent Latin America in the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) Board, contributing to its important work in ensuring people are able to exercise their right to education without restrictions of any kind.