Marisol Navarro, Mexican art passionate, is a Design Major at the ITESO. Then, a Civilization Française Minor at the Sorbonne in Paris. Later, she specialized in Marketing and Neurosciences.
Since little, thanks to her parents, she grew surrounded by books, classical music and interesting characters.
Her great mentor, the emblematic Beto Ruiz Mojica, sowed in her the passion for literature, culture, respect for ancient civilizations and the defence of the cultural heritage.
She has collaborated in projects of international relevance along with prominent countrymen like Francisco Bricio, Jurgen Klaric, dancer Lola Lince, cartoonist José Luis García “Josel”, among others. Has also worked with the Government of Catalunia, the US Embassy in México and the FIL International Book Fair in Guadalajara.
Hardcore Mahlerian and a fierce admirer of “Almischi”, is currently involved as a community manager with the Sociedad Mahler. She is part of the Jalisco Philarmonic Orchestra Patronage, in addition, a counselor for the Center for the Learning and Research Resources of the Liceo Del Valle College, in Guadalajara.
Alongside her husband, Omar Haro, they support institutions that grant scholarships to outstanding Mexicans that want to do their graduate studies overseas.
She contributes to programs focused on encouraging reading habits, taste in classical music, and love for arts and educación for kids and teenagers.