Motherhood

The Skinless Project believes that motherhood doesn’t end after carrying a baby or giving birth, it is a lifelong commitment which involves raising and guiding children and most importantly providing them love and support. Mothers play a big role in creating balance and harmony in a family and in our society.

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Amina QureshiAmina Qureshi was born in small town Cedar Falls, Iowa. She graduated from The University of Iowa in 2001 with a degree in journalism and marketing.  She wrote for numerous newspaper around the state. After graduating, she moved to Chicago and worked for Xerox Corporation in their marketing department for two years. In 2003, she married her husband who was just starting his residency in surgery.  During her husband’s training Amina had two children and also took the time to do a masters in Clinical Psychology. In 2010, the family moved to New Orleans where her husband began working at Tulane. In her free time she volunteers at the school (when she can), enjoys going to the gym,  and takes on the full time job of raising her three rambunctious children. Access her blogs about Motherhood here.


DSC_9924Camile Lindsay Kumi is currently the Deputy Chief Legal Counsel of a large state agency. Prior to her current role she was Supervisory Regional Counsel for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. Mrs. Lindsay Kumi has over 12 years of legal experience and has dedicated her career to public interest. A graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Law, Camile began her career as an attorney with the Cook County States Attorney’s office where she was assigned to the Traffic Division, First Municipal Division and the Juvenile Justice Bureau. She then worked in the prisoner litigation unit of the General Law Bureau of the Illinois Attorney General’s office. In May, 2015 Camile decided to focus on finding a creative outlet and as a result began learning to sew. Since then she has taken classes and had private lessons in her home in an attempt to become an accomplished seamstress. She has also published a blog, http://maxandmylesstyle.com, which chronicles her journey to become a seamstress and provides her readers with a glimpse of her life. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, sewing, curling up with a good book and writing. Camile is the proud mother of two little boys, Maxwell (Max) and Myles. She has been married for almost eight years to Kwabena Kumi. She and her family reside in Oak Park, Illinois.