The Refugio Mazatlán Team
Meet our team members who work to help Mazatlán children become productive, healthy members of society.
Bere was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and currently lives there with his wife and two children. He studied philosophy and theology for a career as a priest and is now the director of Refugio Mazatlán. His vision is to teach the boys in the home by being a role model in the way he thinks, speaks and acts.
Estefany was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and currently lives there with her husband and three children. She has a Social Work degree and cares for the children, helping them with their homework and other activities. Her goal is to help the Refugio boys meet all of their academic goals.
Noe was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and currently lives there. He has a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Autonomous University of Oeste, and provides counseling and help to the boys at Refugio. His goal is to carry out therapeutic processes to promote the harmonious improvement of coexistence inside and outside the home.
Adriana was born in Mazatlán Sinaloa, where she currently lives.
She obtained her Bachelor of Education in the Pedagogical University of the State of Sinaloa (UPES), and she supports the boys with their academics.
Her goal is to improve learning activities as well as harmony and respect.
Caregiver/ Social Worker
Madeleina was born in Mazatlán Sinaloa where she lives. She obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) and she cares for and teaches the Refugio boys.
Her objective is to improve the behaviors of the boys.
Celene was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and currently lives there with her two children. She works as the cook at Refugio Mazatlán. Her goal is to provide the boys with a variety of quality meals to ensure that they are well nourished.
Enrique was born Los Zalates, Sinaloa and currently lives in Mazatlán with his wife. He only had the opportunity of studying grade 4 at school. He is the night caregiver for Refugio Mazatlán. His goal is to be a good worker for the welfare and security of the boys.