Lions Tooth Project is a community-based organization serving LGBTQ+ and allied youth in the intersection of all of their diverse identities. It was founded in 2018 by Latin-American youth educator, photographer and advocate Natalia Guerrero after witnessing youths need and interest in having agency over their wellness, healing and personal stories.

We provide affirming and youth-led healing spaces by reconnecting to the earth as young herbal medicine apprentices and story-tellers through photography. In the summer of 2018 Lions Tooth began its first partnership with The LGBT Center in Manhattan to facilitate their youth photography internship X-Posure.

In January of 2019, Lions Tooth Project became a project of ____________ a 501(c)3 organization which_________. Since then we have worked with LGBTQ+ youth and allies throughout New York City, and have developed partnerships with national and international nonprofit organizations and schools to expand spaces that empower and inspire LGBTQ+ youth so they can fully step into their life purpose and gifts.

Mission and Vision