Yessica has a degree in Local Environmental Management from the San Carlos University of Guatemala and studied Regional Development at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences FLACSO. For several years she worked as a Spanish teacher and as a travel agent; but in the last seven years he has worked with development and human rights organizations in Guatemala.
Silvia holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from the Universitá degli Studi di Trento (Italy). She is interested in working in developing countries and participated in courses focused on this topic. He practiced a case of conflict over waters between Chile and Bolivia and a one-year volunteer in Guatemala supporting the Sistema Ambiental Comunitario of an association promoting practices for the care of the environment.
Diana is a social worker, graduated from the University of San Carlos of Guatemala. She also studied Social Work and Leadership in Community Collaboration in the Monterey Bay State University in California, United States. Diana began working as editor of the EntreMundos magazine in 2016 and she is also program and communication assistant for an international organization for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Lourdes possesses Pensum closed in the Engineering Course in Local Environmental Management of the Centro Universitario de Occidente. She has experience in working in communities and in the Municipality of Totonicapán in the topics of community forestry, forest management and conservation. In 2018, she participated in the preparation of environmental consultancies for an organization in Guatemala.
Fernando is currently in the sixth semester of architecture, he has also worked as a Spanish teacher for eight years and has been part of the EntreMundos team for three years.
Rosa was born in Finca La Suiza in El Palmar, Quetzaltenango. Now she lives in La Esperanza, Quetzaltenango. She started working at EntreMundos 18 years ago. Rosa takes care of the good maintenance of the house and the offices.