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We create the best educational content for children from 2 to 8 years old, promoting an active, interactive, creative and autonomous learning.
We do it motivated by the passion to educate and show the wonders of the world through photography.
Our products are easy to use, they guide adults (parents, teachers) in how to enhance those learnings, and drive the educational transformation that the 21st century requires.

Our name, Nara, has its origin in the Gaelic language, and means happiness. It expresses the yearning we all fathers and mothers have, the happyness of our children.

Vanetty Molinero Nano

Co-founder

Child educator and mom.
She has worked for the Peruvian Secretary of Education, as Early Education Director, being in charge of the formulation and direction of educational policy at this level, and as coordinator of educational projects for children. In the past she has also served as preschool teacher.
She was one of the promoters of the "Permission to be child" national campaign which, with the motto "To be grown-up, let him be a child", sought to make parents aware of the urgent task of respecting the children right to live their childhood.
She currently works as a consultant on educational issues, teacher training and the development of research on early childhood.

Vanetty Molinero
Solinka Molinero

Solinka Molinero Nano

Co-founder

Administrator, designer and photographer.
She has worked in the management of companies from different sectors in Peru; later her interest in graphic design got her to form her own company of scrapbooking and digital albums.
As a photographer she has been interested in travel photography, nature and mainly wildlife.
She firmly believes in the potential of photography as a means of bringing children closer to nature.

Jonathan Suárez Alfaro

Co-founder

He has had multi-million dollar mission critical software projects under his command, in support of large companies with operations around the world.
Some of the companies he has worked for include Repsol, SGS, Nestlé and ultimately Monster.com
He has also been a System Development instructor for a number of institutes and colleges.

Jonathan Suárez Alfaro