Founding Advisors: Established the institution and defined the initial stages. Today they serve as a moral entity, overlooking all of the institutional processes and ensuring that the AYS mission is adhered while remaining aligned to current societal needs.

Exclusive Patronage: The main governmental organ of the institution in charge of maintaining sustainability while overlooking the fulfillment of institutional projects, and establishing favorable and strategic ties that propel growth. The patronage oversees that both the mission and the social objectives that the institution was funded for are fulfilled, guarantees the accomplishment of all legal obligations, maintains and manages proper financial spending, and promotes strategic ties with key peer groups.

General Direction: Focuses on management of proper strategic steps that can guarantee the optimum functioning of all institutional processes, while also, encouraging actions in favor of the AYS community that are based on the fulfillment of the institutional mission.

Programs Coordination: Synchronizes the corresponding tasks between all the different areas of work, making sure the institutional mission requirements are always followed.

General Administration: Safeguards the financial and material acquisitions of the institution by applying the correspondent methodological administrative protocol.

Institutional Developement: This is the area in charge of the revision and periodic systematization of the interventional social model as well as overlooking core processes—such as evaluation, diagnosis, strategic planning and legal account inquiry maintenance—essential to the strength of the institution.

Investigation: Develops interdisciplinary implemented projects focusing on investigation/intervention. These examine institutional performance and provide new information regarding the day to day life of the institution. This provides the necessary feedback for proper decision making and institutional evolution.

Communication: Establishes a national and international communication framework that reflects the message of the institution in both traditional media and social/digital networks.

Pedagogy: Evaluates and gives structural strategies to foster the learning process for the young girls and young adults being looked after by the institution. The end purpose is to adequately support each individual’s educational stage and to provide tailored assistance in difficult areas in order to overcome these hurdles and enrich their overall quality of life.

Activities Coordination: Organizes and coordinates the actives that take place within the institution. The primary goal of every activity is to provide the girls with tools to favor impact the rest of their lives.

Home: Attends and manages the girls and young women within the institution by supporting their day to day activities.

Formation: Coordinates actions geared to promote whole body integration, propelling them to participate in a series of activities and learning experiences that challenge their personal, professional and social growth.