She was born in Erongaricuaro, Michoacan and got a degree in Communication Sciences at the Vasco de Quiroga University in Morelia; she has a certificate in Community Public Health from the Johns Hopkins University and in Institutional Strengthening and Fund Procurement. She has also worked as a documentarian, translator, management assistant, communications director, co-creator and director of the adolescent program.
Ethnologist, Master in Social Anthropology and working on PhD in Sustainable Development Sciences. She has collaborated with governmental institutions, academics and civil society organizations, as well as with local indigenous community organizations in different regions of Mexico, Ecuador, Peru and Chile. She has been a teacher and pedagogical director at Waldorf schools.
Professional Midwifery School Director
She became a Professional Midwife at the Escuela de Parteras Profesionales de CASA (Professional Midwife School of CASA) in San Miguel Allende. She is native to the municipality of Las Margaritas, Chiapas. She is bilingual, a speaker of the indigenous language Chu'j. Specialist in the care of women of reproductive age, in prenatal care, birth and postpartum care. She also provides birth preparation classes to women and families.
Health Program Director
Psychologist working on her Masters in Educational Psychology with Psychoanalytic approach. Anayuli is from Nurio, Michoacan, a Purhepecha Community and is bilingual. Her training has been in community intervention with young people and women in rural and indigenous settings, carrying out prevention strategies on issues such as gender violence and activities related to the revitalization of Purhepecha language.
Community Program Director
Daniela is from Patzcuaro, Michoacan. She graduated in 2014 as a Professional Midwife at Mujeres Aliacas A.C. and has been working in that institution since then as coordinator of the Adolescent Program, where she conducts participatory workshops and presentations regarding sexuality, sexual rights, human rights, among many others focused to the teenage populations.
Adolescent Program Director
Danit is originally from the community of Santa Ana Chapitiro. She studied nursing and worked for several years at her local clinic with women, which aroused her interest in learning more about women's health and led her to learn from the traditional midwife in her community. In 2014, she began working with adolescents in her community, offering health and sexuality programs.
I’m a midwife because every time I am given the opportunity to care for a woman and her family, i am able to give her the information to make her own decisions. Each birth fills my heart with hope, love and respect. I’ve seen families transform and women get empowered while exercising their rights. For me, a baby that comes into the world in a loving environment makes a change in humanity. Mujeres Aliadas gives me the possibility of being with fellow workers with the same purpose.
She is a born community leader and native to the indigenous community of Puacuaro Michoacan. Her mother language is Purepecha and she speaks Spanish fluently. She has worked for over ten years as an activist inside the communities of the region. She has worked in the indigenous communities of the region as a community promoter and through the organizing and programing of sexual health and reproductive presentations.
Community Program Coordinator
Veronica has been part of Mujeres Aliadas from the very beginning, coordinating community presentations and conducting surveys as part of the health system diagnosis of the region. She is native of a marginalized neighborhood of Patzcuaro. She currently organizes and leads health workshops for women, working as assistant director for the Community Program.
Community Program Coordinator
I studied Community Management and Local Government at the Intercultural Indigenous University of Michoacán. Since I joined Mujeres Aliadas, I understood that we have a long way to go in terms of human rights; the countless times they are not respected; the endless wave of violence against women, against the LGBTI community, towards the indigenous people, and towards anyone that goes against what seem like immutable and intolerable social norms towards what is different.
Ana Briseida Magaña
Liliana is from Erongaricuaro and holds a degree in Pedagogy and worked as a teacher. She’s also worked as a trainer for Sagarpa and as a craftswoman. Besides her administrative assistant responsibilities, she is a great promoter and driving force for professional midwifery in the region.
Daughter of indigenous parents from the community of Huecorio. She studied the career of General Nursing in 1990 and has work experience of 22 years. She is part of the first generation of the School of Professional Midwifery, in addition to being a collaborator of the same Association since 2012. She is currently in charge of social networks and workshop coordinator.
Social Network manager
Co-Funder of Mujeres Aliadas, Board Member since 2010. Richard has a Masters Degree in Public Health, with over 30 years experience at the local, state, national and international levels. He´s been Director of Strategic Planning for Health Services in Cook County, Illinois; Chief, Health Research and Surveillance, Illinois Department of Public Health; and has worked as a successful independent contractor for 15 years in epidemiology, health care analytics, and systems analysis.
She graduated from Medical school at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (UNAM) in 2012. In 2013 she began working at Mujeres Aliadas as a general consultant in clinical, academic, and community programs, due to her interest in sexual and reproductive health, human rights, and qualified and respected obstetric health care. Currently, she is studying a doctorate degree in medical anthropology, and her research results have been presented at national and international conferences.
Rosanne is a practicing midwife in Southern California. She discovered and fell in love with Mujeres Aliadas when she went to our exchange program in Erongaricuaro, Mich. Mex, in 2017. She has devoted a year to volunteer with Mujeres Aliadas. Working with an incredible team, she is helping open a new birth center, assist teachers at their midwifery school, and helping merge the highlights of both Mexican and U.S. Midwifery.
Professional Midwife volunteer