Exclusively pumping for my heart warrior/ NICU baby & breastfeeding my twins for 2 years are two of my greatest accomplishments.
I love helping families realize how amazing of a job they are doing to provide for their babies. I love seeing their confidence grow and just being apart of the journey!
Hospital— Mother- Baby Unit, NICU, Neonatal CVICU and Outpatient
My family includes my awesome husband, my daughter and twin sons.
I enjoy playing with my 3 kiddos, working out and my latest adventure learning to golf
Bachelors of Science in Nursing
I worked at a pediatrician’s office as a nurse caring for newborns at the same time that I had my daughter. I knew I wanted to become an IBCLC to provide my patients with the same quality of lactation support that I had received.
I became an IBCLC to help all families reach their breastfeeding goals and because representation is so important! When I had breastfeeding difficulties, I longed to be able to connect with other women who looked like me and could relate to my struggles. My desire is for Black breastfeeding educators to be more accessible.
Ask for help early & as frequently as needed! In all areas— lactation support, baby care, housework, etc.. We are not meant to do any of this alone!