My life at MPC was a big discovery. I had the chance to explore topics and ideas over 2,000 years old, as well as contemporary ideas. The most interesting part was the process of how I learned to question and bring to the table my own opinion. 

I learned at the MPC to learn authentically. To love to read, question, think critically, participate, reflect, share, and co create with my classmates. 

My concentration is alternative education development. I work as Country Manager at IMPCT Guatemala, a social enterprise that implements the Montessori methodology in urban slums daycares. 

MPC exposed me to the real world with the necessary tools for any job. The ideas, conversations, projects that came up from just being in the environment of the MPC helped me shape my own thinking and the projects that I now dedicate my time to.