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Whitney Tiller


Year of Certification


Special Interests

Oral restrictions,
prenatal education,
infant weight gain issues

Language Spoken


Please share anything you'd like from your own personal breastfeeding experience.

While feeding my own three children, I ran into different issues with each one along the way. It made me realize how important support is even if you have breastfed before, or are a trained midwife or lactation consultant.

What excites you most about being an IBCLC?

The impact you can have on the lives of women and lactating people.

In what types of settings have you supported patients in lactation?

Hospital, NICU, clinic, community, telehealth, outpatient, phone

What makes up your family (people & pets)?

My husband and three kids

What do you enjoy doing while not at work?

I love to walk in nature, cook and bake, and do crafts with my kids.

Please share any additional education or certifications you have.

BSc Midwifery, NIPE practitioner, Tongue Tie Practitioner, Hypnobirthing teacher

What state do you reside in?


When did you know you wanted to become an IBCLC?

When I breastfed my son for the first time and realized that even though he was no longer in my womb, we were still very much connected through feeding.

Why did you become an IBCLC?

To increase my knowledge so that I could help families with more and more complex feeding issues.

What do you wish you could tell every parent (that they would actually do) and why?

Patience and perseverance are the two most important tools a breastfeeding parent can have. stick with it, it will pay off 10-fold if you do.