Originally from Torreon, Coahuila, Luly Tejada started her work in social impact issues in 2009 when she and her sister founded the civil association Cancer Survivor, which offers orientation to cancer patients and their families.
She has a Bachelor in Graphic Design, and had the pride of having created the corporate image of several companies in Juarez. She has a Master in Social Development and Public Action, focusing in public health, with special attention to oncological issues.
She is a founding member of the Network of Juvenile Groups of Ciudad Juarez. This Network promoted the creation of the Municipal Youth Institute of Juarez. As part of the Network, she was a representative of the youth in the Health Work Table, within the Todos Somos Juárez Strategy, managing to position these proposals as several of the final Commitments that made up the strategy.
She was a Design Advisor within the UACJ Business Incubator and was a Professor of the Graphic Design Career at the UACJ. Also, she worked as a Professor of Advertising and Public Relations at the University of Durango. In the social area, she facilitated the Youth: Work Mexico program of the International Youth Foundation.
She has been invited as a panelist and lecturer in events organized by GEN M, UACJ, ITESM, FECHAC, International Youth Foundation, USAID, U.S. CONSULATE and the OECD, to name a few. She is currently a columnist in Juarez a Diario; and Media Partner of Level Up Coaching and Human Development, being responsible for the area of communication, design and content.
Among her recognitions are: the UVM National Award for Social Development, awarded by the Universidad del Valle de México and the International Youth Foundation; Woman of the Year by the Municipal Government of Ciudad Juarez; Female Leader of Mexico, by the Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Monterrey; and together with her sister, they were recognized with the State Youth Prize.