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27 Sep 2020

USA Raquel Pozsgai Joins PSYDEH

PSYDEH is excited to welcome business administrator Raquel Pozsgai seizing one of our Mexico volunteer opportunities promoted in our new Global Collaborators’ Program. Raquel virtually joins our Mexico-City Satellite team from her home city of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and is focused on strategic communications. Her duties include leading work around our new Google Ads Grant, serving as liaison with our GlobalGiving partner, and working with our multi-national Digital Communications team to strengthen global engagement, including by building a strong presence in LinkedIn and recruit and manage a team of global ambassador-influencers to promote PSYDEH to a wider audience.

While only recently starting her collaboration with PSYDEH, she already proves herself to be a clear, succinct writer and able researcher with her unpacking what our Google Ads Grant offers and how to best use it for wins in late-2020 and 2021. Not to mention, she is a joy to engage. As Raquel states:

I like that PSYDEH is unique in what they do, there is no one else in Mexico like them. Their focus on indigenous and marginalized women to build leaders within the community is so inspiring and I have just as much to gain if not more, from working with these women and this organization as they do from me.”

Raquel is a graduate of the University of Connecticut where she earned a degree in Allied Health Sciences with a concentration in Healthcare Administration; chosen because she wanted to be involved in a field that helped her community. While she has found herself on a different path working in accounting, her desire to give back and do good for a worthy cause guided her towards a virtual collaboration with PSYDEH. To contact Raquel, see her bio here.

 

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PSYDEH is a non-profit civil association, which was formed by the initiative of a group of young women from the municipality of Santiago Tulantepec in the State of Hidalgo. PSYDEH is committed to working with and for the most vulnerable communities in the region through the promotion of a Sustainable Human Development.