Erme Maula is a resident of South Philly and lifelong voice for justice and equality. She has over 25 years of experience in public and community health. Her career has taken her from issues in maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS programming and advocacy, physical health and rehabilitation, mental health and recovery, and full spectrum doula work. She is grounded in social justice and strives to support everyone moving forward in their lives, regardless of their challenges. She believes that everything is interconnected, and by understanding our woven histories, we can begin to work to dismantle oppression and work toward a just world. When not attending community meetings, Erme can often be found cooking, baking, gardening, watching movies, crafting, or conspiring on how to make a better Philadelphia.