Luciana studied Communication for Development at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, training as an actress at the same time. However, it was clown and music that really became her passion and that is what she is involved in today. In addition to graduating as a social communicator, she decided to take advantage of performing arts to create social changes by working directly with people with physical and mental disabilities in hospitals and rehabilitation centres.
“I find it very easy to deal with empathy and horizontal logic, understanding that we don’t all have the same skills or come from the same place. San Silvestre taught me not to be afraid to be different, to know how to value music, arts and culture and understand that through them we can also set free our mind and our imagination. My school taught me to enjoy learning, and thanks to that, I now enjoy being authentic and learning constantly, whether in a theatre or in a hospital The discipline, perseverance and order that a program like the International Baccalaureate instilled in me has marked my professional development to this day and it is something that I always apply and am ever grateful for."