I proudly joined the profession of Nurse Midwifery in 2017 after practicing as an Oncology nurse for three years and achieving a dual degree in Midwifery and Women’s Health from Georgetown University. As a midwife I seek to develop relationships with my patients that are built on trust, compassion, and education. I have had the fortunate opportunity empower women and their families through the birth process by supporting their choices and providing them with comprehensive care on their journey. I have also pursued my passion in global health through serving internationally on medical mission trips in Malawi, Africa. These experiences, combined with my clinical background, have enabled me to provide a personalized level of care for each patient. I enjoy seeing couples become parents for the first time and guiding families through the initial postpartum process. I am actively involved in the American College of Nurse Midwives by facilitating fundraising efforts to further Midwifery. Outside of my passion for serving women and their families, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our families, taking spontaneous road trips, and being an active member of my church.
As a midwife, I have had the fortunate opportunity to empower women and their families through the birth process by supporting their choices and providing them with comprehensive care on their journey.