Operations Manager and Facilitator for
Even though she studied hard sciences
(Mathematics) at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua (UNAN),
Delgado Sarmiento worked as an actor of change for the Nicaraguan
Youth Council (1993-1994), the Network of Women Against Violence
(1994-2003), the International Labour Organization (2000-2001) and as
an independent consultant. Furthermore,
she has been a representative of the National Council for Economical
and Social Planning (CONPES), The National Commission to Combat
Violence Against Women and Children, and the National and Central
American Committee that conducted
a Follow Up on the World Conference on Women (Beijing, 1995), among
Delgado Sarmiento is also a member of the Network
of Women Against Violence, the Autonomous Women's
Movement and the Central American Feminist Network against violence
towards women and children. She currently works as a facilitator for
advocacy processes that involve women, local leaders and social
actors within electoral periods.
Her publications are usually focused on gender
issues. Some of them are: "Violencia contra las mujeres
en Nicaragua" (1999), "Diagnóstico sobre la ocurrencia de
abuso sexual en niñas, niños y adolescentes trabajadores"
(2005) and "Evaluación de Impacto del quehacer del Movimiento
Lucrecia Lindo de Chinandega, periodo 1992-2002" (2005).