It all started on…February 7th 2015 when she was left awed with her mouth open at the birth of her niece Gabriell René, it was at the moment she knew women deserved more credit and praise than what society gives them. Women are the portals to this realm and the spiritual, and it is in our wombs that flesh and spirit first meet. Witnessing her sister give birth was the most amazing thing she had ever seen; she was chosen for this work as she likes to think that she was a doula before she knew what a doula was. Shortly after that she learned the meaning from listening to an Erykah Badu interview. August 2017 she made the decision to enroll into Ubuntu Wellness Academy’s apprenticeship program sitting under the tutelage of Omitola Yejide Ogunsina, where she'd have the opportunity to gain many skillsets and certifications. Receiving her Holistic Birth and Postpartum doula first while currently studying Womb Wellness, Herbal Metaphysics, Aromatherapy, Placenta Encapsulation, Womb Meditation, Reiki and Herbal vagi-steams. In 2018 she became a R.O.S.E (Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere) Breastfeeding Peer Counselor, with plans to continue strengthening her training and abilities by studying under Ms. Jennie Joesph(Common Sense Childbirth) for her Childbirth Educator and Lactation Educator certifications as well as one day completing the Steamy Chick Practitioners program. She strongly believe’s that as a Birth-worker and healer it is our responsibilities to remember the ancestral methods and techniques to best serve our communities. Working on self first; making sure we are taking care of ourselves mentally, physically and spiritually before holding space for women to birth and most importantly heal. It is her greatest desire to create a place where WOC can come together and feel supported no matter what without judgement and most importantly a place where they can feel safe to share, cry, open up and be honest about their journeys. As women we go through many phases in life, sometimes making it hard to navigate through life, but with a circle of women from your community who also look like you, sound like you and feel like you those transitions can be that much easier to maneuver through.