Ingrid Villaseñor was raised by a single mother who taught her that women are strong, successful and resilient. Not everyone is fortunate enough to have such an encouraging force in their lives, Villaseñor knows. So in 2018 she created Tejiendo Futuros (Weaving Futures), a nonprofit offering social services to families in Panajachel, Guatemala. The organization runs a network of programs to educate, feed, provide medical care and raise aspirations for vulnerable families.
“Ingrid is helping break the poverty cycle by working with families to help them realize that no matter your culture or origin, you are worthy and can succeed,” says María Laura González, PMP, Latin American community coordinator for the nonprofit Project Managers Without Borders (PMWB).
A special thank you to volunteer Rubielka Romero as the volunteer leader and to the PMWB volunteers for their recommendations to improve process, prioritization of activities, and how to manage volunteers. These documents have been used to continue supporting Tejiendo Futuros projects and organizations.
Read more about this project on www.pmi.org