San Luis Potosí, Mexico
Empowerment Coordinator, State Center for Justice for Women
Daniela is an industrial designer who is passionate about and committed to women’s rights, especially as they relate to everyday justice issues. At the San Luis Potosí Center for Justice for Women, she designs better life opportunities for all of the Center’s users and is in charge of women’s empowerment and gender unity programming. She has designed training and assistance programs for empowering women, covering education, work, and self-awareness. She studied industrial design at the San Luis Potosí Autonomous University and has a master’s degree in international cooperation at the Complutense University of Madrid. She is currently studying a master’s degree in gender, society, and culture studies at the National Pedagogic University, and has a diploma in public policy with gender perspective from the same university.
Rise Up Cohort: Mexico 2020