Sigifredo Heras Anchondo, born in Namiquipa, Chihuahua, is studied in the United States and Namiquipa, deciding to emigrate to Ciudad Juarez in 2010 to pursue a degree in Public Administration and Political Science at UACH. Thanks to his interest in the subject, he decides to take trainings in Fortalessa A.C. and Tec. de Monterrey, to strengthen the structures and forms of operation of civil society organizations, thus generating an effective impact on the community through the design and implementation of projects. In addition, he completed a training in "Marketing, Victorious Campaigns", UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico).
He currently works at Level Up Coaching and Human Development, being a mentor of techniques, skills and tools, through personalized sessions. These sessions aim to enable people, enterprises or micro-development to obtain more opportunities for development in their profession, as well as to grow, analyze and implement strategies to ensure that they are profitable, sustainable and world-class.
He is also a Member of the Assembly of Civil Society Organizations that seeks to improve Ciudad Juarez collectively. Representative of Forum Trees in Mexico formed by social organizations, universities and companies that share the objective of positioning in the public agendas of Latin America and Europe the main problems linked to Work, Education and Social Equity.
He participated as a Consultant for the International Youth Foundation NEO Initiative where FOMIN, IYF and BID were sought to benefit 10 countries in Latin America to form one million disadvantaged youth, from 16 to 29 years of age, using models that incorporate best practices of programs of job training involving the public and private initiative of each country.
He has supported Consultants in Employability 2020, a group with an interest in serving vulnerable sectors. He implemented training and education programs for better job opportunities and create ventures that benefit the economic development of the communities.
He participated in the State Youth Council, being a counselor representing Ciudad Juarez in the area of employment and decent work; looking to implement themes and impact programs for state youth.
He was also part of Superarte A.C. as executive director; Arte en el Parque as planning director and a member of the Network of Juvenile Groups of Ciudad Juarez.