Kim Mund-Wolkenbreit, RN, IBCLC

Kim has been working with new moms and babies as an OB nurse since 1999. She became a CLC in 2004 and has worked with thousands of new moms, helping with breastfeeding at busy hospitals, NICUs, in-patient, out-patient, and in-home settings.

Kim became an IBCLC in 2015 and has started post-partum groups, weigh-in classes, and is part of a breastfeeding coalition in her town. She was a Midwives’ Assistant for home births and was a prenatal and post-natal home visitor. She has taught childbirth and breastfeeding classes at several different healthcare settings.

Kim is grateful to have a role with new families! Supporting breastfeeding has been her favorite part of being a nurse. She believes it is an honor to witness the journey of a mother-baby duo and watch the attachment grow!

Kim lives in a small mountain town in Colorado where she enjoys gardening, running, hiking, and soaking in the hot springs. She currently works as a labor nurse and Lactation Consultant in a rural hospital. Her two kids and husband are her greatest joy.