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About Me


I have called Asheville* home for a decade and over that time I have come to deeply love these mountains and the people who inhabit them. I was called to birth work because of this love and a desire to bolster community resilience and care. I view birth work as both deeply intimate as well as a powerful mode of harm-reduction for all – my goal is to provide holistic care centered in the principles of anti-racism and support of informed self-advocacy to increase the odds of a safe and satisfying birth experience. In order to ensure I am able to provide accessible care to those who wish to hire me as their doula, I offer trauma-informed, queer-friendly, neurodivergent-friendly care on a sliding scale to all families in the WNC area.

*[occupied land of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians]

Expand your options

I will be by your side at every step providing you with an arsenal or tools, hand-selected by you and your birth partner to ensure your options through birth and postpartum expand, not shrink. I believe that you are the expert of your body, your baby, and your experience as a new parent!

Tools for advocacy

 I am here as a resource to help you feel prepared to communicate and get the care you want and need prenatally and throughout labor and the delivery of your baby! No matter what your plan is for your birth or how it progresses, I will support you + your birth partner in upholding the integrity of your birth plan and personal autonomy by providing informational, emotional, and physical support.