Tania TurnerEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
She holds a B.A. in Sociology and a Master’s degree in Political and Social Sciences from the UNAM. She has been a monitoring and evaluation analyst for Freedom House Mexico and Research in Health, and Demographics (Insad). She is part of Rizoma Collective, focused on recovering traditional knowledge and urban gardening.
Gabriela ToledoChief Operating Officer
She studied public accounting and received a master’s degree in Business Administration. She has been a part of national and international organizations such as Oxfam, and the Latin American Association for Development and Services to Youth. She supervises budgeting and generates financial information for decision making.
Alma MagañaDirector Assistant
She is an ethnohistorian who graduated from the National School of Anthropology and History. She has worked in civil organizations on issues of human rights and local public administration. She likes to do social research.
Florencia BluthgenProgram Manager
Flor earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Communications in Buenos Aires and a Master’s degree in Sustainable International Development from Brandeis University, Massachusetts. She has worked in nonprofits in Argentina, Haiti, Colombia and the U.S. that focused on education, poverty alleviation and youth development. She is passionate about social justice and dreams about a world where everyone has the same opportunities.
Erika TamayoCommunications Manager
Erika studied communications at the Ibero and has 23 years of professional experience in the private and public sectors, as well as non-profits. She is in charge of designing and executing the organization’s online and offline communications strategies. She is a perinatal educator and her passion is respected childbirth.
Claudia LiceagaAministration Manager
She studied Public Administration at the School of Commerce and Administration (ESCA) under the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). She has been at Fondo Semillas for over five years and since then has been in charge of administering Fondo Semillas’ grants for its grantees.
Jessica AnayaFundraising Manager
Jessica holds a degree in Communications at the UVM. She has collaborated in national and international organizations such as World Vision and Oxfam Mexico and has experience in children’s rights and welfare, humanitarian response and inequality. She is convinced that people have the power to change realities and she is a soccer fan.
Ana Laura GodínezDonor Community Coordinator
With a B.A. and Master Degree in Communications at the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the UNAM, she focuses her work in topics such as women, communications and information technology. She also worked in public institutions in fundraising and communications teams for human rights protection. Her passion is networking people to build a better world.
Alejandra NavarroCorporate Alliances Coordinator
She studied Communications at the UDLA in Puebla and has a Master’s degree in Social Responsibility at the Anahuac University. She has worked on issues such as disability, early childhood, education and social disasters in civil society organizations and corporate foundations. Ale is convinced that women supporting each other and the possibility of thinking collectively are the only ways to create a better Mexico.
Geovanna Prado ProneInstitutional Fundraising Coordinator
Geo studied International Relations and Development Cooperation. She has collaborated with groups, organizations and social enterprises materializing ideals, raising funds, coordinating projects and consulting on institutional strengthening. She has dedicated her work to improving organizational processes and social intervention methodologies to foment alliances between various actors in different contexts.
Geo is passionate about participating in initiatives that promote and claim that another world is possible.
Carind LugoHUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR
She is a psychologist, graduated from the Intercontinental University, with 9 years of experience in the area of Human Resources in the private sector and in civil associations. Carind is convinced that the future is feminist, and that the union of women to demand their rights will result in a more equitable society.
Diana MedinaAnalysis, Strengthening and Incidences Coordinator
She has a Masters in Economic Development and International Cooperation from BUAP, and is finishing her PhD in Social Sciences at FLACSO Argentina. She worked as the Family Observatory Coordinator in the Buenos Aires city government, and has experience in monitoring and evaluation projects in both the public and private spheres. She is passionate about critical analysis and the construction of new social realities.
Paola GarcíaFundraising Officer
She holds a B.A. in Communications and a Master’s degree in Organization Studies. Since 2011 she has collaborated with NGOs, working topics such as communications, fundraising and digital marketing. She is an active member of the Mexican Association of Researchers and Professionals in Organizational Communication (AMIPCO). Passionate about reading and listening to music, she also loves photography and yoga.
Miriam MastriaMonitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer
She studied Political Science for Cooperation and Development at the University of Rome and holds a Master Degree in Development Economics. Passionate about human rights, politics and culture, she worked with different NGOs in Europe and Mexico. She has a true love for books and nature.
Jorge DávilaHuman Resources and General Services Officer
He studied Cultural Management in the Cloister of Sor Juana University. Throughout his academic development he has specialized in topics related to gender studies, cultural studies, human rights, diversity and sexual dissidence. He enjoys making collages and considers that feminisms brighten what seems invisible to us.
Brenda NeriaProgram Officer
Brenda holds a B.A. in Latin American Studies from the UNAM. She has been research assistant to the Interdisciplinary Women’s Studies Program (PIEM) from the Colegio de Mexico; as well as been in charge of the planning and logistics area for the Mexico: A Multicultural Nation University Program at the UNAM.
Dirce NavarreteProgram Officer
Dirce is a political scientist from the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the UNAM. She is an activist specialized in youth, sexual rights, and women’s political participation. She has been involved in the feminist movement since she was 18 years old. Through her participation she has learned that networks of women save lives.
Angélica GómezProgram Officer
She holds a B.A. in Latin American Studies from the UNAM. During the past few years she has become more involved in the struggle for women’s rights and the feminist movement. She is convinced that only solidary and communal alliances will generate a more just and decent world for everyone.
Anaíd AlcázarPROGRAM OFFICER
Anaid has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the UNAM. She is enthusiastic about participatory processes and strategic planning. Her main interests are: art and politics, feminisms, political philosophy and rural development. She has experience in community organizational processes and project design.
Valentina PeñaProgram Officer
She is an anthropologist with a Master’s degree in Anthropology, Environment and Development from the London College University. She has worked on projects that promote community organization, economy and sustainable development in Colombia and now in Mexico. She has experience in community and participatory processes, and a committed passion for learning about societies and their cultures. She wants to enrich her knowledge on feminisms and considers herself a frustrated dancer who enjoys all rhythms.
Lucy KantúnPrograms assistant
She studied Social Anthropology at the University of Quintana Roo. Lucy has collaborated in México y Caribe Jóvenes, A.C. and worked as volunteer accompanying minor migrants in the Casa-Refugio La 72. She’s a feminist activist for the rights of women and migrants. Enthusiastic apprentice of watercolor, who loves to observe the sea and the sunsets.
Viridiana MontielCOMMUNICATION OFFICER
She is a graphic designer graduate of the UNAM. She has worked in NGOs as part of communication teams and has specialized in gender, inequality and humanitarian response. She is the co-founder and collaborator of Gatitos Against inequality, from where she visualizes social injustices in Mexico through social networks. She believes that sorority and the redistribution of resources are the basis for ending patriarchy.
Tania María CarrilloCOMMUNICATION OFFICER
She studied sociology at the UNAM and art history at the Ibero. She has collaborated with education departments in Mexico City cultural institutions and has written about art for the magazine Letras Libres. She is responsible for generating content and supporting the development of communication and social network strategies. She is passionate about human ties and feminisms as a political
commitment to change realities.
Sayuri AlducinAdministration Officer
Sayuri studied Administration and Psychology at the Autonomous Metropolitan University. She has experience working in civil society organizations in the areas of culture and film.
Elizabeth GutiérrezAdministration Officer
Elizabeth is an accountant, graduate of the UNAM. She has worked in civil society organizations in the areas of finance, education, culture, and film, with a particular focus on children. She likes to read and write short stories.
Adrián CarmonaAdministration and Treasury Officer
He studied accounting in the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), collaborated in the financial area of Oxfam GB beginning in 2004 and subsequently in Oxfam México until 2017. In 2018 he joined Fondo Semillas as a member of the “Women Rebuilding their Communities” project.
Monserrat MoránAccounting Officer
Accountant graduated from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) and she was a Law intern at the University of London. She has worked in the Audit Area for different offices and likes to participate in volunteer activities.
Luis Francisco EscandónACCOUNTING ASSISTANT
He is an Accounting student at the National Polytechnic Institute Higher School of Commerce and Administration (ESCA) program. He has worked in accounting firms and has focused on supporting activities that seek social justice and the common good. He likes sports, dancing and contributing to environmental responsibility.