In 2009 the family of Claudia Fátima had to leave their home due to rising criminality. They moved to another community where her parents started anew with a small shop and a bakery. It was Claudia Fátima's dream to enroll at ESEN, yet due to the low income of her parents this dream seemed impossible. Thanks to her excellent academic track record she was granted a scholarship, and in 2014 she graduated in business administration from this renowned college. Shortly after her graduation she was offered a job at Procter & Gamble where she currently works in the treasury department.