Certified Postpartum Doula

Karmen Weiss

As the second oldest child of four siblings, I’ve always had a natural inclination towards caretaking. In adulthood, I found myself being a go-to person for my friends, siblings and their growing families – offering advice, support and a helping hand whenever they needed it. I found fulfillment in being there for others during these

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Francine Kazmierski

My name is Francine. I am currently a student nurse working towards a BSN-RN degree. My passion from when I was little has always been to work in the NICU. I am a post partum doula and love to support and educate my families on their new addition.

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Ashli Kucinskas

Ashli is a labor and postpartum doula on our team who has completed her training through CAPPA, she is also a placenta encapsulation specialist. She has been working her whole life with children ranging from the age of 2 days to 12 years old. She has over 20 years of experience including being a nanny, night nurse, as

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Amanda Devericks

As a mom of two young, adventurous kiddos who has had two very different postpartum experiences, I understand the joys and challenges that new parents face. I have been there at 3am, more exhausted than ever before, leaking ALL the things from ALL the places, struggling through breastfeeding, and (despite having an amazing, supportive husband)

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Antionette Wright

Born and raised in Chicago, Ill. A mother of six beautiful children ages 26, 24, 20, 18, 16, and 6, one granddaughter that is 3 months old, happily married to my husband for 13 years. Having a less-than-ideal childhood, I have overcome and risen to the challenges. My experiences have given me the motivation and

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Selena Eisenberg (they/them)

Selena is a traditional midwife based in Pittsburgh, PA. They have been in the birth world for over 15 years. They are a one of the community birth workers participating in the “Perinatal Health Equity Champions program,” focusing on making hospital birth safer for BIPOC in Pittsburgh. When they aren’t attending a birth, spending time

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Phoebe Lapps

Hello there! My name is Phoebe Lapps, my husband Ben and I and our large golden doodle live in Cincinnati. I have been a nanny for many years, but I have been fascinated by birth-work since I was a child! I’m extremely passionate about empowering women with evidence-based support in the sacred space that is

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Doreen Barton

Doreen has a passion for helping families rest and care for their newborn babies. She specializes in gently guiding families to help balance life with little ones, whether it be organizing the overwhelmed, supporting the stressed, or empowering the energetic. Doreen was raised in Kingston, MA, and is blessed to have a close family who live nearby. She and her husband

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Emily Hunter

Hello! I am Emily Hunter and I am a postpartum doula! I believe every family deserves high quality, compassionate care throughout their transition to parenthood. My ultimate goal is to make this transition less intimidating. I will provide physical, emotional and informational support in order to fill gaps left by our society’s current postpartum care.

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Shannon Cronin

Hi there! I’m Shannon and offer birth and postpartum doula services in the Denver metro area. I feel so compelled to provide empowerment and nurturing support to parents since my entry into parenthood was far more challenging than I had planned. I knew my newborn would need a lot of care, but I was unaware

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Karen Schultz

I have been privileged to work in the birth and postpartum community for close to a decade. While I was born and raised in rural Minnesota, I lived out of state for a number of years before moving back to be closer to family. This life change prompted me to lean into one of my

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