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My midwifery journey began in 2004 when I had the joyous occasion to witness my first birth. It was a beautiful homebirth with a midwife!

  • In 2010 I graduated from Asbury University with my bachelor's degree in Biology/Pre-med. 

  • I then attended the National College of Midwifery in conjunction with Newlife International School of Midwifery based in Davao City, Philippines. I lived, studied, and “caught” babies in Davao City from 2010-2012. 

  • In 2012 I graduated with my Associates degree in Midwifery and passed the

  • October 2012 I passed the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM) national certification exam, awarding me the credentials of Certified Professional Midwife (CPM).

  • In 2013 I fulfilled the requirements set forth by the state of Texas and became a Licensed Midwife.

  • I maintain both my CPR and certification in Neonatal Resuscitation.

  • I have delivered 250 babies since starting my education in 2012 and have assisted, in some capacity, over 500 births.

  • I have been practicing midwifery post-education for 9 years.

  • I have experience working in a homebirth setting,  birth center, and in a high volume clinic. 

I was raised on a small farm in south Alabama.  From a young age I loved anything that had to do with babies, human and animal. I grew up with my mom treating any sickness with natural remedies, homemade herbal tinctures, and teas. It was inevitable that I would end up in a natural, holistic field. Little did I know a passion for natural childbirth would develop and bring me to Dallas, TX.


My mother raised us by example to live a life devoted to following God’s voice and surrendering our future to what He had in store for us. I love mission work and traveling and have traveled to Mexico, China, Panama in Central America, and the Philippines. I love living overseas, but above that, I love serving God by serving others in whatever capacity He calls me. My two years of midwifery school I lived in the Philippines and worked at high volume birth center offering free maternity care to the underprivileged women in the city.


Adding to my experience, I have had the opportunity to work with and learn alongside several midwives with a variety of midwifery styles. I always strive to grow and learn as a holistic midwife by participating in local and national midwifery conferences and by staying up to date on new research related to midwifery and women’s health. I am also an active member of the North Texas Midwives’ Association and the Dallas Birth Network.


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