We are pleased to introduce you to three extraordinary young women who joined the Gibson Soto Foundation family as beneficiaries at the start of their university studies.
Dulce Rosario, hailing from the rural community of El Pie in the Municipality of Querétaro, inspires us with her brilliance and determination. As the first in her family to pursue higher education, she is paving the way for future generations and aims to be a role model for women in her community, providing educational support to enable them to access study opportunities. Dulce is studying Industrial Engineering.
Coming from a small rural community in the Municipality of Conca in the Sierra Gorda of Querétaro, Tere impresses us with her discipline and focus on the future. Currently studying Industrial Engineering at the Technological University of Querétaro, Tere has a heart committed to environmental conservation and ensuring access to clean water in her community.
Mariel is a strong and self-assured woman from the beautiful Sierra de Guerrero. Noted for her academic excellence, Mariel has also dedicated her time to teaching English to children in her community. She is pursuing a Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Biology degree and dreams of establishing a company that generates employment and opportunities within her community.
Thanks to your ongoing support, these young women have the chance to transform their lives and become agents of change in their communities. Their stories testify to how education and empowerment can create a positive and lasting impact. We are thrilled to share their journeys with you and hope you take pride in being a part of this incredible transformative process.
With gratitude, The Gibson Soto Foundation Team