Students, teachers, medical professionals and clubs have all joined The Lily Project, sharing their unique skills to empower Lily’s continued progress and success. The Lily team works hard to ensure they also grow personally and professionally through their experience in working with Lily.
Lily also welcomes travelers and volunteers. Nicaragua is a beautiful country known for its lakes and volcanoes. And if physical travel is not possible, there are also virtual ways to get involved.
Kaylin Krahn, Intern
"Lily helps women in a tangible and significant way. I enjoyed being part of the team!"
Elizabeth Knothe, Volunteer
"Working under the mentorship of leaders like Anielka was a huge influence on my decision to become an RN."
Sarrah Hussein, Intern
"Lily was the perfect opportunity to combine my interest in women’s health, nonprofit work and technology!"
Erika Reese, Volunteer
"Lily balances an unwavering tenacity to progress the health care of the women they serve."
Lehui Xu, Volunteer
"I want to empower and uplift women so I am proud to contribute and support The Lily Project."
Wendy Deming, Partner
"As an experienced professor & consultant, I'm thrilled to work with Lily and the women they serve."
Julia Kramer, PhD
"Lily partnered to study the valuation and equitable design practices to improve access to health services."
Kaila Tu, Volunteer
University of Michigan
"Everyone I've met is so genuine. Lily is so committed to bringing healthcare to Nicaraguan women."
S.H.E MAKES A DIFFERENCE!
Katie Huntsman, Olivia Schleifer and Maggie Grether (left to right), a group of high school students at Polytechnic, launched the “Sexual Health and Education in Nicaragua'' (SHE) club in 2018. In 2020, the group created and released a book series for girls in Latin America focused on issues such as menstrual cycles and body image to help young girls overcome cultural taboos. Check out the book below or contact for more details!