I came to midwifery after years of dreaming about working in the medical field but unsure of how my passions and skills would be best directed. I spent six weeks volunteering in a hospital abroad during the spring of 2017, and it was in the Labour and Delivery suites there, seeing the midwives work, that I knew my next steps would be towards becoming a midwife myself. I applied to Mount Royal University midwifery the following year and feel privileged to have graduated with the amazing class of 2022.
I strive to ensure that every birthing person feels safe and respected through their pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. My role is to give evidence-based guidance to help families make the best decision for their bodies and babies, and that they feel understood, supported, and free from judgement in their decisions. Every birth I attend is a beautiful love story and I feel honoured to hold space for families in these sacred transitional times.
I am thrilled to be working at Briar Hill Midwives alongside my colleague and friend Sydney Armstrong. I look forward to meeting the families I will serve and am in eternal gratitude for the chance to walk alongside you and witness your journey.