Daniela provides support to the grantees of the CAMY Fund to strengthen youth social movements. She specifically supports collective care and safety in activism in the region.
Daniela is a feminist and brings a youth, anti-racist and gender perspective to her work. She is passionate about facilitating social movements and collective spaces, and using embroidery as a feminist tool of resistance.
Daniela studied Political Science at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM) and specialized in reproductive justice advocacy, political advocacy, communications and social mobilization.
She was a coordinator of the MARIA Fund in Mexico and collaborated with different feminist collectives working in support of gender equality, LGBTIQ+ rights, feminist philanthropy and social justice.
She is a native Spanish speaker and speaks English as a second language.
I am passionate about my work because I see how creative and resilient people are in transforming their situations and lives. I feel honored to learn and participate in these movements.