Oswaldo Montoya is a life-long advocate for gender equality, children’s rights and non-violence. One of the founders of the Men´s Group against Violence in Managua, he is also a former Fulbright grantee, holding a Master´s degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology from Boston College. For over twenty years he has served as a trainer, program manager, researcher, consultant and counselor engaging men and boys in gender equality work and promoting children’s right to protection from all forms of violence. Oswaldo worked with Puntos de Encuentro, a Nicaraguan feminist organization, with EMERGE, a domestic violence program in the US and with Save the Children, promoting children´s rights. He has been serving in the Global Secretariat for the MenEngage Alliance since April 2013. He is the author of several publications, educational manuals and has contributed to successful educational campaigns, advocacy, training programs and alliances to work with boys and men.