“I’m motivated to keep expressing my love for children and families who face challenging conditions. I am proud to help prevent health complications, support parents in caring for their children, and bridge them to state health services.”
Epifania, or Fany as family, friends, and patients call her, has over 35 years of nursing experience. Throughout her career, she has been working in hospitals as well as impoverished neighborhoods in Lima. Now retired, Fany is the Emeritus Lead Nurse Care Coordinator for the Ines Project for Medically Fragile Children. She still helps provide leadership and support to the Ines Project team by attending meetings and providing mentorship and support to the staff.