Lary León, journalist, writer, and manager of the Atresmedia Foundation
Lary León was born in Guadalajara-España, in 1973, without arms and without a leg. She is currently the director of the FAN3 TV channel of the Antena 3 Foundation, but above all she is a happy woman, without complexes, and an example of inspiration for anyone.
In her book Lary, the tenacity of a mermaid, Lary tells her story: her birth, her childhood, the constant visits to hospitals and interventions, the enormous help that her family, her friends, and her partner provide, etc.
Studied at the University of Nebrija in Madrid and, after completing a graduate semester at the Hoge Hogeschool in The Hague (Holland) in 1995, graduated in Communication Sciences and Journalism. He has been a speaker at conferences and seminars on the use and management of orthopedic prostheses together with Dr. Salcedo (his orthopedist since he was little) at the Madrid School of Medicine.
She has worked on radio, on Cadena Cope and on Cadena Ser, and on television, as a reporter and doing dubbing work. Since 2007 she has been part of the Antena 3 Foundation, in which she is responsible for the Hospital Assistance Program. She is also the director of the TV channel FAN3, specially designed for hospitalized children, and coordinates and travels with aid projects to the Third World with the annual Campaign for the Rights of the Child.