After graduating from Washington University with a degree in Architecture, I moved to Seattle to work as an architect. Along the way, I kept finding my mind wandering to pregnancy and women's health issues. This eventually brought me back to school to study my true calling of Midwifery. I've had amazing opportunities to work with women from all over the globe, often in the setting of community health centers, and occasionally within the context of global health work. I feel passionate that all women deserve exceptional care during their transition to parenthood and throughout their lifespan.
In my free time, I love getting outside and playing with my son.