José Martín Solórzano González was born and raised in an zoque indigenous town in Chiapas, Mexico. He studied Medicine at Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas. He has worked in indigenous communities of Southern Mexico and highly concentrated Hospitals in southern and central Mexico, providing first-level health care. In 2013 he was elected by the Mexican government as the Mexican Youth Delegate to the United Nations, where he was part of important discussions and decisions in youth matters, social inclusion, and health. Currently, He acts as the indigenous representative to international events that work on health, social development, and education. He’s the president of ‘Iniciativa Construyendo Salud A.C.’, an NGO that works in social development and improvement of quality of life of people in vulnerable situations around México, continue working as a doctor in indigenous communities where gives health care at the first level of attention.