Black Maternal Health: It Takes a Village

Hosted by the Linn Benton Equity Alliance

A panel discussion on how healthy communities begin with healthy pregnancies.

Featuring traditional health workers, community advocates & health care providers.

Speakers

kimberly porter

Kimberly Porter

MSW, CSWA, Community Doula Alliance Executive Director, Certified Birth & Postpartum Doula

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Micknai Arefaine

MA, Cultural Organizer, Community Doula

arika bridgeman-bunyoli

Arika Bridgeman-Bunyoli

MPH, Community Health Worker, Portland Children's Levy Small Grants Fund Manager

nadia english-williams

Nadia English-Williams

ND, Canyon Medical Center, PHD Student Oregon State University Anthropology

deirdre greene

Deidre Greene

MS, ANP-C, Chair Health and Wellness Committee NAACP Corvallis/Albany

seynabou-denise niang

Seynabou-Denise Niang

MPH, Linn Benton Health Equity Alliance Coordinator

lucille martinez

Lucille Martinez

MD, FACOG, Samaritan Health Services

lisa mccullum

Lisa McCullum

CNM, MSN, MPH, American College of Nurse Midwives

janie tebeau

Janie Tebeau

Certified Community Health Worker, 2nd vice president, NAACP

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