Daysi Yamileth Flores Hernandez TegucigalpaHonduras Country Coordinator, JASS Mesoamerica
Daysi grew up in a barrio in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. She has been a feminist since she was 15 years old and now identifies as an eco-feminist. Daysi is a civil engineer, social media and communications expert, environmental activist and a women’s and human rights activist. In 1998, she co-founded the Young Women’s Network of Honduras. Daysi joined the JASS Mesoamerica regional team in November 2009.
Daysi is a member of Feminists in Resistance that rose up to oppose the 2009 military coup d’état in Honduras. She forms part of Las Petateras and the National Network of Women Human Rights Defenders in Honduras. She is passionate about music, love, languages, children, cultural ancestry, clean energy, animals and the environment.