I'm Alma Valdenebro. Deputy Director Administration and Finance of Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans.
I was born in Navojoa, Sonora, the daughter of Sonoran parents. For my father's work reasons we moved to Guadalajara when I was three years old, I am the second of eight brothers, five of my brothers were born in Guadalajara. I studied and grew up in Guadalajara in love with all the culture, participating in courses in popular culture, painting, art, dance, etc. My best friends are still there. I grew up between the university, the Cabañas Institute and private dance classes and the goals were to go to the cinema, theater and concerts in the Peña Cuicacalli. I started listening to live rock at age 30 and there I met my husband, with whom I have been married for almost 24 years, we have a 13-year-old daughter who is our daily reason to wake up. When I arrived at CEDO I never imagined how much this work would impact my life, I was never normal and here I sharpen my tastes for taking care of the environment and nature.