Class of 2021
Hometown: Anáhuac, N.L., México
Prior to Georgetown, Judith worked as a high school teacher in Prepa Tec of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education and led curriculum design of a course intended to get students immersed into social and sustainable entrepreneurship. Judith and her students worked with the community of Bustamante, N.L. for two years and developed jointly nine projects for local development which were finally given to local leaders.
Judith was born in Monterrey, raised in the northern town of Anáhuac, N.L. She has a diploma in Social Anthropology from the Center of Researching and Higher education for Social Anthropology (CIESAS) and earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish Language in Literature from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education.
Research Area – Substantive: Rural development with a gender approach
Research Area – Geographic: Mexico