Marcia Gómez is a teacher by profession and by vocation, with vast experience in social development and education projects. She has contributed to the integral development of Nicaraguan children and youth for more than 20 years. Marcia has actively collaborated in the execution of educational projects that promote effective participation in training processes focused on the improvement of attitudes, values, and abilities that enable youth to integrate productively into society.
Marcia has worked at Fabretto for the past 11 years, coordinating the Rural Secondary Education Program, SAT, which is aimed at reclaiming the educational status of rural youth by combining learning and doing, further creating opportunities for the youth to improve their living conditions.
In 2017 she was appointed Coordinator of Technical Education. Marcia’s work history includes diverse experiences as a teacher, pedagogical adviser of primary education, contributor in the formulation of educational materials, school director, among others.
Marcia graduated from the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN) in Educational Sciences with an emphasis in Hispanic Language and Literature. She also holds a postgraduate degree from Centro Universitario de Bienestar Rural in Cali, Colombia, as a specialist in Education and Social Development.
“My energies are renewed every day with the joy of knowing that the type of education we provide at Fabretto is transforming the lives of many people and that these people will transform the generations to come. Education bestows dignity and it prospers in the body and soul of those who receive it.”