Paloma Gómez de Salazar
Campus Minister & Coordinator of Student Emergencies and Student Services Engagement
Paloma was born in southern Spain, but has always lived in Madrid. She graduated in psychology from the Pontifical University of Comillas and since then has been dedicated to the education of young people.
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. Universidad Pontifica de Comillas, Madrid.
Master's degree in Family and Couples Therapy. Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Madrid.
Master's degree in Marriage and Family Studies. Instituto Juan Pablo II, Madrid.
Paloma has worked in many different areas, she has been the Director of training in the Foundation Gift & Task. In Higher Education she has worked as girl's college instructor at the University Francisco de Vitoria; professor of Catholic Religion Pedagogy and Didactic Methods in the University Camilo José Cela. She also taught Catholic Religion at Torrevilano School. In psychology she has developed experience as a Counselor in Covadonga Family Planning Centre; Counselor for couples and Educational Project Manager and an educator in Affect and Sexuality at the Foundation Solidaridad Humana. As a volunteer she was a Team Manager Coordinator during 2011 World Youth Day that took place in Madrid that same year and has been a volunteer at a Mission in Peru during the summer since 2009 to 2014 and hopes to continue being able to volunteer in future summers.