Lucy Lu Wilson was born and raised in the United Kingdom, and studied and worked in Latin America for two years. As Gender and Inclusion Specialist and Programme Development Officer at the global youth development NGO Teach A Man To Fish, she is responsible for leading on the development of gender-transformative and inclusive programmes and the organisation’s first gender and inclusion strategy, and developing and leading a participatory youth program for young people in the United Kingdom. She has co-developed and currently co-leads two youth programmes in South-East London with children and Latin American youth to build their confidence and skills using mentoring, participatory video and other activities. As Project Leader at ReachOut in 2019, she was responsible for designing and facilitating two-hour weekly workshops between a group of 12 young people and 12 mentors. Additionally, she is a 2020 Women Deliver Young Leader, Mutual Aid Group Founding and Organizing Member, and Students Supporting Street Kids board member. She is currently a part-time Masters student in Social Anthropology, after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages and Latin American Culture from the University of Cambridge in 2017.
Lucy Lu Wilson
Gender and Inclusion Lead and Programme Development and Funding Officer, Teach A Man To Fish; Project Leader, Hablemos Ingles