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Like: Senior Photos for your memories and dreams

Our trained Memory Catchers will capture 

  • the love for their parents who supported them

  • love for their grandparents

  • lessons learned from their family

  •  growth (emotional & intellectual)

  • hopes and dreams for the future 

  • defining moments in their education

  • teachers they learned the most from 

  • friends they want to stay connected to

Social Mission:

Empowering and opening doors for young women from marginalized communities. 


Capturing the Wisdom, Experiences and Memories of your loved ones. 


A full refund will be provided if you are not happy with your conversation.

***No Risk*** 

Support some amazing young women. Support your child or yourself! Win/Win/Win



100% of this money will go to the Memory Catcher
(minus credit card fees, which also teaches our women about credit cards and fees)

It is our goal to record 1,000 graduates this year and put $100,000 into the pockets of our amazing interviewers who are so amazing at what they do, and also so deserving. Win/Win/Win

So excited to announce our documentary "The Mamabird Project" has been submitted to major film festivals like Sundance, South by Southwest, Tribeca, Boulder and Denver.



Our trained Memory Catchers come at this work from a unique perspective full of curiosity, care and empathy. They are truly gifted in this craft. Plus, they also are gaining confidence along with real world skills from every conversation. Soft Skills, Communication Skills, Critical Thinking Skills, Social Skills. All prepping them for success in their eventual careers.


Areyana is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado, Boulder where she double majors in journalism and critical media practices with a minor in leadership studies. She has just received the prestigious Newman Civic Fellowship


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Janine is currently a stay at home mother of two and a military spouse. Janine holds space for amazing, extraordinary, everyday people of all backgrounds to share their stories and teachings. Losing her father while in her teens has made her see the importance of documenting the wisdom of our elders.



Yusura was the Valedictorian of her high school class and is currently majoring in Anthropology at the University of Colorado Denver. Yusura’s openness to learn of others cultures and stories creates a comfortable environment for others to speak their truth.



Karla is a mother of 3. She is currently going back to college in order to become a registered oncology nurse. She grew up very fast having her first child in her early teens. Karla has a passion for stories and is an amazing mentor to our younger community members. Karla is also bilingual and conducts guided conversations in Spanish as well as English.



Allie is in college studying graphic design. She is passionate about people and wants to see everyone especially families from lower socioeconomic areas thrive. Allie is a gifted conversationalist who puts her clients at ease instantly. She also runs Mamabird's Social Media. In her spare time she loves photographing family and friends.



A graduating senior at the University of Colorado Denver majoring in political science and international studies with a focus on Latin America. Astrid always seeks ways to support her community. She hopes to be a wise adult who can provide advice not only as an academic and professional but also as a person who has experienced many ups and downs.  Her life goal is to make life easier for those who come after her.


Graduation Ceremony

I wish I had something like this when I was a senior. What a gift for our son's future.

As a parent I know my daughter loves me, but something about hearing it said behind my back was wonderful. She has worked so hard to get to where she is, and this recording will be such a gift for her future.

I learned things I never knew about my own son. I loved watching this interview. You all are doing such great work.


We wold love to connect, and brag about our important and impactful work

Thanks for submitting!



Investment: $100

100% goes to the women

(*minus credit card fees (which teaches our women about credit cards and fees)


Our product is a 1 hour, recorded, guided conversation with you or a loved one. Lightly edited (pauses, repeats, ums) so you will look and sound your best. 


1. To empower and open doors for Black, Latina and Indigenous women from marginalized communities

2. To document the memories, thoughts, emotions, feelings, hopes, dreams of your loved ones to share with family and your future self


Zoom makes it easy, you are in the comfort of your own home, our Memory Catchers are in the comfort of their own homes. It is a beautiful intersectional conversation.


ASAP. We are ready to empower more AMAZING young women. You are wanting to document your graduates wisdom, your thoughts, hopes/dreams before graduation. Let's move forward on this win/win/win opportunity.

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