I grew up in a neighborhood in San Juan de Miraflores, Lima, Peru and lived there until I was 30 years old. After that, I moved with my 2 children to the USA. I obtained a BS in Management and have worked for diverse companies as a Business Analyst for over 10 years. I can't never forget the poverty I have witnessed growing up and I am passionate about building an organization with strong values and commitment focused on helping children living in poverty. This is why I am a part of Navidad Without Barriers!
I am an educator and activist who hails from Lima, Peru. I migrated to New York in 2011 and currently work as an Early Learning Specialist at Queens Library. I love to be around children and I believe they deserve our support because they are the future of the world. I grew up near poor neighborhoods in the South side of Lima and witnessed poverty while growing up. This is why I am inspired to help children in need and be a part of Navidad Without Barriers.
I was born in Lima, Peru. Grew up and raised in San Juan de Miraflores, a place that I miss and love. When I was a child my mother Rosa always taught me to be kind and help people in need. At the age of 22, I immigrated to the United States. Since then I have worked very hard in order to achieve my personal goals. I obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting in 2013 and I will start my Masters in Public Administration 2021. Currently, I am working for the City of West Haven in Connecticut in the Finance Department as Sr. Accountant Analyst. My husband, Alex and I, have three children: Alexia, Alex, Giselle. I feel very fortunate, and have the desire to contribute my blessings to help other people that need our support. When I see my kids, I think about how blessed they are. My goal as a human being is to keep supporting people in need especially children…who are the future. I invite each person who reads this message to consider giving back hope and happiness to our children. I have decided to be part of Navidad Without Barriers because I believe working as a team can make a difference in other people's lives.
I am focused on helping people to live healthy, happy, inspired, and successful lives. By combining education, compassion, and alleviating pain and suffering, clients achieve better outcomes and their lives are enhanced. Sharing the miracles of wellness with those who need guidance has been a passion throughout my life.
Skills from my 28 year career as a corporate senior sales executive in the telecommunications industry transfer into the wellness journey. As a member of Toastmasters On Purpose Club, I was past Vice President of Education, Secretary, and Pathways Ambassador educating organizations. I am the Co-Founder of Yoga Symphony, a wellness site on Facebook with 1400 global followers. For S.C.A.R.F., Sudden-death Cardiac Awareness Research Foundation, I taught pre-med students Stress Reduction, Meditation, and Yoga to help them deal with the pressures of their demanding education. My role as a board member of Navidad Without Barriers targets projects and fundraising, as well as growth and expansion.
I challenge each person who reads this message to reflect on how impactful regular charitable donations can be for these children’s futures. Please donate so that they can eat, live, learn…grow their minds to help find solutions to such poverty in their villages. Thank you for your generous spirit.
I grew up in San Juan de Miraflores in Lima,Peru, middle daughter of a family with three children. I obtained a business administration degree at San Martin de Porres University. Currently, I work as a Financial Adviser in Lima,Peru. In 2012, I had the opportunity to travel to USA to study the English language and to be submerged in the American culture for five years. One of the things I had learned is doing volunteer work and appreciating diverse cultures. I have a strong natural vocation to serve the Hispanic community. I think there are two bid pillars for society success, the high values and the efficient team work. I am part of Navidad Without Barriers because I believe in helping communities in need.
My family immigrated from Lima, Peru to the United States when I was three years old. Since then I've gone back to Peru three times and have witnessed some of the poverty that occurs beyond the US . Witnessing that inspired my family and I to give back to our home community, which led us to birth Navidad without Barriers. Currently, I go to school at the University of Illinois-Champaign and am pursuing a degree in accountancy. These unique experiences have led me to strive to leave a positive, lasting impact in the world through whatever path I choose post graduation.
I was born in Lima, Peru and graduated from PUCP as an Electronic Engineer. Fell in love with user-centered design and decided to change my career. I moved to New York to study Digital Design at Pratt Institute and became a UX/UI Designer. I’ve always had a passion for helping others and since I was in high school I volunteered for many social projects in Peru. I believe that children are our future and for those in need it’s hard to dream about one. That’s why I’m committed to give them hope in any possible way I can so I’m thrilled to be part of Navidad without barriers, which also makes me feel like i’m a little bit closer to home.