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Meet The Team


Betty Gabriela Rodriguez

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Founder & Chair


Master's Degree in Social Economy

Certified gender professional

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Virginia Gamboa

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Journalist & PR Specialist

Master's Degree in History of the Americas

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Luisa Fernanda Torres

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Training Specialist


Master's Degree in Applied Positive Psychology

About Us


Amazona Foundation seeks inclusive societies where global standards of gender equality has been achieved and people of all genders and sexual diversities live with dignity and autonomy.


Amazona Foundation works on deconstructing harmful traditional gender roles attributed to men, women and people of gender and sexual diversities in society. It focuses on building and engaging community to take action for gender equity.


•Social Justice • Equity •Diversity

Our Story

At an early age, founder and chair, Betty Gabriela Rodriguez (Gaby) understood that we need to support each other in order to end injustice and discrimination.


At the age of 19, Gaby met a professor at her University who soon became her mentor and friend. This professor was not only an accomplished lawyer, an outstanding LGBTI activist, but also a transgender woman. She was deeply concerned to see the discrimination some people around her had to face each day. 


That's when Gaby's concern transformed into a dream of creating a foundation that would address these problems head-on. The lessons she learned through them combined with her personal experiences shaped her view of how gender prejudices play a key role in discrimination and violence.


Gaby created Amazona Foundation in 2018 as a way to embrace tolerance and diversity in order to ensure an inclusive environment for women and people of gender and sexual diversities.


Amazona Foundation works to promote diversity, to ensure equal opportunities, and to prevent violence by engaging all members of society in the conversation. The Amazona Foundation's programs, campaigns, and advocacy efforts are designed to tackle all forms of discrimination and intolerance, especially when based on gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, and sexual characteristics. 


We are an independent, nonprofit organization, committed to empowering women and people of gender and sexual diversities (GSD) by promoting resilience, social entrepreneurship and mentoring. To deepen our impact and achieve equal opportunities, we work as a networked nonprofit seeking the full enjoyment of their human rights.

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