Denia provides support to grantees of the CAMY Fund in Central America to strengthen youth social movements, specifically supporting sexual and reproductive rights, gender justice and artivism in the region.
Denia is a feminist, artivist and human rights defender with a youth and gender perspective.
She holds a degree in Business Administration from the National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH) with equivalences from the Francisco Gavidia University in El Salvador. She has specialized in Public Policies for Equality in Latin America by the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), holds a diploma in Project Management from the Central American Technological University in Honduras and has training in studies with a focus on rights and of gender. Previously, Denia worked as Administrative Secretary for the international medical-humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders on a project to care for victims of sexual violence.
Denia is passionate about the performing arts. She is a graduate in Performing Arts from the National School of Performing Arts and participates in “Proyecto Escénico Kemé”.
Working with the youth of Central America and Mexico has allowed me to understand, from a point of empathy and collective work, the importance of generating safe spaces in which the youngest voice is heard and recognized as agents of change for the construction of free and autonomous social movements.