I grew up with my mother and grandmother at a copper mining camp, which has marked my identity. I’m interested in collaborating to strengthen communities and support the empowerment of leaders, women and youth, through their capacities and skills to generate development projects that allow them to lead community groups. I believe in a territorial development, with synergy coming from the citizens, with the strengthening of the governance capacities of grassroots organizations.
How does your current work relate to economic democracy?:
Our work at the at the university’s CEM (Entrepreneurship Center) program is to generate dialogue with content, in a context with freedom of thought which is a catalyst for the generation of collaborative projects, that gives value to society and people, with a human center development.