Mormon Women Project profiles rich diversity of LDS women

Reflecting the global growth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormon Women Project seeks to showcase the rich diversity of the roughly 7 million Latter-day Saint women around the world.

The website features profiles of LDS women from all walks of life and backgrounds united by a common sisterhood of faith and spirituality.

Native New Yorker and site founder Neylan McBaine credits her background and experiences as the catalyst for the launching of the Mormon Women Project.

“Because being raised in New York … I went to Yale for college and then living in San Francisco and Boston, I just feel that I've been blessed with a really wonderful network of faithful, interesting women, so I think the selfish impulse was I need to get all these stories in one place,” she said. “This is just a great treasure trove that I'm sitting on with these women. It almost came from a selfish drive, but at the same time, of course, the drive was to share that. I really did feel that we had to take some sort of action.”

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