Season of Change: The LDS Women Project

February 25, 2021

As the Mormon Women Project enters into its twelfth year, we find ourselves in a season of change. This brings new challenges and excitement. Most significantly, the Editorial Board at the Mormon Women Project has decided to change our name... (Read More)

Our Team

  — Editorial Board — Elizabeth Ostler Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Ostler is a Brooklyn-based theater-maker, specializing in directing and puppetry. She is the founder and Storyteller-in-Chief of Life’s Echoes where she helps people tell their stories. She is a multimedia artist... (Read More)


June 21, 2021

Maya Yerman Sánchez se crio principalmente en México y en su adolescencia asistió a la escuela secundaria Benemerito, que es propiedad de la Iglesia. Sirvió en una misión de habla portuguesa en Cabo Verde. Considera que ser multicultural es una... (Read More)


June 21, 2021

Maya Yerman Sanchez was raised primarily in Mexico and attended the Church-owned Benemerito High School as a teenager. She served a Portuguese-speaking mission in Cape Verde. She views being multicultural as a blessing, as she blends her varied heritage from... (Read More)

Comfort in Christ from Racial Injustice

January 5, 2021

Marina Neto is a Portuguese woman of African ancestry. She was born in Portugal to immigrant parents from Sao Tome, and their family lived in Angola while she was a teenager. After returning to Portugal, she served a full-time mission... (Read More)

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