My education includes a Women’s Studies and Environmental Studies degree from UVic and a Midwifery degree from UBC. My life has been enriched by working with people with disabilities over many years. I have also had the privilege of working in remote Nunavik along-side Inuit women and midwives. I am very pleased to offer accessible midwifery care to deaf women, with my knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL).
My practice partners and I provide midwifery care to young families at the SMILE program in Burnaby, once a week.http://www.stleo.ca/programs/smile
I have a new love for triathlons and when not caring for moms and babies, I can be found swimming, cycling, or running.
Pomegranate is an amazing and special place that builds and supports a positive birth community in Vancouver. We had them as our health care providers with the birth of our son last year (2011) and had a wonderful and supportive experience, we felt very taken care of especially post-partum when it becomes the most challenging. We would highly recommend them as as a Midwife clinic 🙂