Larissa Brown Born and raised in Mexico City. Larissa has always been a steadfast sports and health enthusiast. Starting at the age of 10 and on through her University years, she served on the Olympic gymnastics and cheerleading squad, and also played basketball,
and soccer, often serving as team captain. Larissa is a strong proponent of mental and physical health and has always belonged to civic and business organizations dedicated to health and welfare. By doing so, she has carried on the grand legacy learned from her father as President of the AMAJ and CREA, two organizations that support young travelers through worldwide youth exchange programs.
A graduate in Business Administration, Larissa has dedicated 17 years of her efforts to private initiative; this has taken her to San Diego, California, where she currently resides and directs the Love for Love CA Foundation, which provides support to orphaned children, the elderly, and abused animals.
She is also currently studying at Southwestern College for a Master’s Degree in “Women’s Nutrition and Sports Health in College Students”.