Spreading the word globally about the complex work being carried out at the Canis Majoris Foundation is a wonderful challenge, taking a further step forward in bringing together people with multiple capabilities.
I was born in 1992 where Clarin Vetusta christened the capital of the Principality of Asturias, the city of Oviedo. I recently graduated in Journalism, although I consider that this profession is not a sprint but rather a distance event from which I'll be learning all my life.
I fondly recall my initial work experiences on the radio news programme called ”Hora 14”, at Radio Asturias (Cadena SER). Throughout this training period I learned very much from the magnificent experts from this medium but also from Europa Press news agency, Public Radio & Television of Asturias, Los 40 Principales (Top 40) and the Collective of Victims of Terrorism (COVITE).
Through the presentation of a communication plan, the Canis Majoris Foundation placed a fascinating project in my hands: the responsibility of giving voice to their great team through the Communication Area along with the huge learning experience gained from the Business Communication Area.
Nowadays, I'm living a dream and striving at communicative level, to promote, at a global level, the multiple abilities of people with functional diversity, the importance and results of animal assisted therapy users of the network of centres in Madrid, without forgetting the advances in the broader field of Neuroscience in research at the NEMEP Laboratory, more specifically related to schizophrenia. These and many other activities are the work of the great team at the Canis Majoris Foundation.