Our Staff

Ana Lilia González, General Manager

Ana Lilia, Born in Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., has dedicated more than 30 years to the hotel industry, a period where she had the opportunity to become involved in philanthropy, reaffirming her passion to support the community. She is constantly training to develop skills in innovation and social intervention, project management and strategic planning. Since 2010, she has been part of the volunteer team for the development of social projects for distinguished worldwide hotel brands.

Teresita de Jesus Cortéz, Orientation Coordinator

Teresita was born in Baja California Sur and has a degree in Psychology from the University of Tijuana. Passionate about learning and human beings, she seeks continuous training to support people by providing guidance on mental health. She has a degree  in “Equality and Non-Discrimination in School Coexistence” from the National Human Rights Commission. She is trained in Family Violence Care, Playroom, and Reading Mediation. She has worked in addiction prevention and treatment, and as a community volunteer. She is currently specializing in Child Play Therapy at the Center for Cognitive Psychotherapy. She enjoys the landscapes and sounds of nature.

Estrella Cabrera, La Playa Program Coordinator

Estrella Cabrera, originally from the state of Guerrero, has dedicated 18 years to the hospitality industry, having the opportunity to participate in different social and environmental support programs.

She studied a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism Business Administration at UGC, Los Cabos B.C.S.

Passionate about Human Development, she has trained as an External Training Agent, Instructor Training, Training Needs Detection and Assessment, endorsed by the STPS, Diploma in Improvement of Managerial Competencies (ICAMI), as well as Environmental Leadership for Competitiveness (SEMARNAT/PROFEPA).

Emanuel Madrid, Coach and Administrative Assistant

Emanuel Madrid was born in Mexico City and from a young age discovered his passion for mathematics and sciences. This love of knowledge led him to study a degree in Mathematics at the Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM-I) and, subsequently, to share his knowledge through conferences and advisory services in the exact sciences division at his own university.

His passion for mathematics led him join the Boys and Girls Club of Baja California Sur with the aim of bringing mathematical knowledge to children and youth and helping others discover their love for this discipline.

He is currently our mathematics coach.

Silvia Hernández, Vista Hermosa Program Coordinator

Silvia, a Baja California Sur adoptee, has focused her professional activity on community work with groups and participation methodologies focused on human rights, gender, and culture of peace. She has a degree in Psychology from the Universidad National Autonoma de Mexico, She is a Sexuality Educator. Infants and adolescents have been her key populations of a small group of teachers, to grow with them in mutual enrichment.