“12 years ago, I traveled to Nicaragua and I was impressed with the very important work that Fabretto was doing, as well as the significance of education in the development of a country.”
During her last trip to Nicaragua, Alicia met a SAT student who really surprised her. He had created his own cooperative with a friend and was developing a business initiative to sell coffee in his community. A year later he was granted a university scholarship. Thanks to Fabretto’s secondary school program, this student was given a unique opportunity to improve his future. Read his story here.
Alicia holds a Masters in European Affairs from the College of Europe and an undergraduate degree in Law. She has previously worked as Development Officer for the Club of Madrid and as Fabretto’s Director of Development in Spain. Today, she serves as Associate Director of The Family Advisory Board.