Edith Peters, CLD (Birth Doula) a mother to two wonderful daughters and a grand mother to 12 of the most amazing young people. I was Blessed to have attended 6 of my grandchildren’s birth, and witnessing these miracles have been life changing! I began my journey as a Doula after the birth of my youngest grandson. Watching the care and support my daughter received from her Doula inspired me to follow this path. Contact
Yvette Wright, Childbirth Doula, has worked as a Registered Nurse for over 25 years in the areas of pregnancy care manager, postpartum visit nurse, maternal-child health, pediatrics, case management, supervisory, home health, health equity, and quality improvement. Yvette graduated from University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Walden University with a Master of Science in Health Education and Promotion (MSHEP). Yvette has also co-authored a journal article entitled, “Breastfeeding and Practice Tips for Case Managers” which was published in Case Management Matters in 2018. Contact
Samantha Nebiolo, Full Spectrum Doula. A former high school counselor. After my second child was born I decided to remain a stay at home mother. By the time I was pregnant with my third child, I was pretty certain that becoming a doula was right for me. My own doula took me under her wing for mentorship and after attending one birth with her I was hooked! I approach each birth with awe, reverence, and fascination. Since then I became a Madriella Certified Birth Doula. I work out of central Connecticut as a post partum and birth doula in a group of three wonderful women. I have been learning more in depth about ayurvedic meal planning for post partum moms and multicultural full spectrum doula care. It is a great honor to help new mothers and do this important work of shifting maternal outcomes. Contact
SciHonor Devotion is a Labor Doula, Postpartum Doula, Childbirth Educator, Homebirth Midwife Assistant and Women’s Reproductive Health Advocate who serves women and girls in her community through workshop, ceremony and rites of passage.
SciHonor Devotion has been in the field of Women’s Reproductive Health since 1999 when she became pregnant with her first child. She began her journey training and certifying as a Labor Doula with Doulas of North America (DONA) in 2001. She also trained with the Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association (CAPPA) and became a certified childbirth educator and Postpartum Doula in 2004. She continued to take trainings and gain certifications through BirthMama, Mamatoto Village, Inc., Indigenous Remedies, Hearthside Perinatal Bereavement Services, Divine Birth Wisdom and more. Contact