Catalina Moreno

Mexico (Ciudad Juárez)

Catalina Moreno is one of two INEE Country Focal Points for Mexico. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Leadership and Education. Within her psychology studies, she worked and specialized in Early Childhood Development, focused on the application and assessment of developmental delays, and early stimulation for girls and boys from 0 to 6 years old. 

For over 10 years she has worked with different institutions in the area of early childhood care. Since 2019 she has engaged with highly vulnerable communities in Mexico within the framework of the Enseña por México Leadership Program and later in 2021 through Radix Education’s programs focused on caring for children and adolescents in human mobility situations in Mexico. 

Currently she is the Coordinator of Radix Education's programs for children and adolescents in situation of mobility in Mexico in alliance with UNICEF, where she supervises and accompanies the work of the team in 18 shelters and 11 educational centers in the states of Baja California, Chiapas, Chihuahua and Sonora. Since 2021, Catalina has collaborated with different civil society actors in Mexico, with the objective of generating learning and collaboration networks to continue benefiting children and adolescents in situations of mobility in a comprehensive manner. Catalina is Mexican, and speaks Spanish and English.