I was born in a small rural area in the north of Peru called El Progreso. I am the second youngest out of eight siblings, and I am really proud to mention that my parents are coffee farmers. I probably got familiar with the coffee production since I was in my mother’s womb; my parents taught me and my siblings to work in the coffee fields with dedication and a lot of effort since our early years.
I enjoyed helping my family cultivate coffee, but I decided to follow the educational path instead. I got an undergraduate degree in Agro-Industrial Engineering in Peru and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Clemson University in the United States.
As you can see, God has shown his kindness through my whole life. Now, I also have the opportunity to volunteer for the Cooperative Valle del Marañon (COOPVAMA) where I am a Coffee Ambassador.
Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in knowing more about coffee by using the “contact” button on this website.