Bibi La Luz Gonzalez


8 December 2022

29 mins 21 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode we speak with Bibi Gonzalez, who works to create change in food security, climate regeneration and human rights. Emily and Bibi discuss Bibi’s experience building her career and her insights on women working in the food security space.

Bibi holds an MA. International Political Economy from the University of Warwick (UK) where she focused on food, migration and development. She is part of numerous youth organiszations, including Global Shapers as Community Champion for Central America and lead of the UnShape Slavery project, Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative as Fellow and inaugural Alumni Board member, One Young World Ambassador and Delegate Speaker, World Merit 360 UN Speaker on SDG2, Thomson Reuters Foundation Trust Changemakers, and the Climate Reality Project. She is the founder of Eat Better Wa’ik, an organization in Guatemala devoted to reducing malnutrition through creative and inclusive education, economics, transformative agroforestry, consumption and technology.

She previously worked at the World Food Programme in Guatemala, international and NGOs, academia, media, especially touching on project creation, corporate partnerships and social innovative executive production and reporting.