Wallpapers for Birth Workers and Change Makers

Wallpapers for Birth Workers & Change Makers

Birth worker & change makers WALLPAPERS by bebo mia inc. Because we love to be with you every step of the way, and we want to help inspire you every day.   That’s why we’ve created these wallpapers for your phone that can serve as your daily motivation, and remind you that where you are…

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Postpartum Depression isn’t Just About Hormones, and 4 other facts you probably didn’t know about PMADS

  Postpartum Depression isn’t Just About Hormones (and 4 other facts you probably didn’t know about PMADS) As professionals working with pregnant folks and parents, it is essential to know about Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs). Therefore, we have put together a list of 5 facts you should know about PMADs. Navigating a PMAD…

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What I Wish I Knew About Becoming a Birthworker!

   Written by Amy Willis What I Wish I Knew About Becoming a Birthworker!     So you want to become a birth worker? Amazing! You are absolutely in the right place! Starting your career and/or business as a birth worker is exciting! And because we are committed to your success, we wanted to provide…

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3 tips to GROW in Social Media as a Birth Worker

tips help you grow social media birth worker

3 tips for GROWING in Social Media as a Birth Worker Starting and growing your Birth Worker Business can feel overwhelming at times, and we want to do our best to minimize that overwhelm so you can continue doing what you love! So we’ve put together some of the best time-saving, quick to apply and…

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Lori Stafford: The bebo mia be brave award

Lori Stafford Doula Birth Worker Bebo Mia

My name is Lori Stafford and I am grateful to be the runner up of the Brave Award. I have three sons ages thirty, twenty-six and twenty-two and I am a grandmother fourteen month granddaughter named Riley. My current career as a caregiver taking care of my mother. My previous career experience has been in…

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Denise A. Ransom and her BIPOC Doula journey bursary

Denise A. Ransom Bebo Mia Scholarship Doula

You want to know about me? Sure. Here are a few things that I can say.  Once I realized I was a woman who could produce milk, I knew that I was going to breastfeed/chestfeed. My earliest memory was walking down my high school hall with a few friends saying that I was definitely going…

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Diamond Sadé and her BIPOC Doula journey bursary

Diamond Sade Birthworker Doula Bebo Mia

, Hi, I’m Diamond Sadé Walker I am a Hard-working, courageous, generous, dedicated, and loving woman. I am continuing my education in early childhood development at Texas State University. I am the middle child, I have an older brother and a younger brother. My younger brother and I are 15 years apart. My mother Misty…

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Jill Stewardson and The Queers for Queer Care Award!

Queers for Queer Care Scholarship Bebo Mia

Maternal Support Practitioner Scholarship by Jill Stewardson Hello, I am Jill Stewardson. I have a rad spouse and two beautiful children, 3.5 years and 1.5 years. My little family lives in upstate NY and love it here! I have been working as a sign language interpreter for over 10 years in various areas. I felt…

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The Queers for Queer Care Award by Nicki

The Queers for Queer Care Award by Nicki

Maternal Support Practitioner MSP Scholarship – Fall 2021 Hello everyone! My name is Nicole, but I also go by Nicki or Nicoletta, and I use the pronouns she/her. As a little girl I was obsessed with babies, and I believe this is when the journey began, on my winding path, to become a birth worker.…

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Jeska Sta.Teresa and The JAYU human rights award

Jeska the JAYU human ights award

Maternal Support Practitioner Certification Scholarship – Fall 2021 What makes me different is my advantage My name is Jeska Sta.Teresa, from the Philippines. My mother is the head of our household, alongside her twin who is a 2nd mom to us. I have a sister. I’m younger but people call me the “big-sis”. We have…

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Breanne Cain bebo mia Be Brave Award Runner Up

My name is Bre, my pronouns are she/her. I come from a big family and am the middle child of seven children. I was born and raised in North Dakota. The day I graduated high school I packed my bags and moved to Salt Lake City because of the snow and mountains and all the…

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Hannah Brauer Fall 2020 Intersectional or Bust Award Runner Up

Hi! I’m Hannah Brauer (she/her), and I just graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in Communication & Media and Creative Writing & Literature. I am honored to be the runner-up for the bebo mia Intersectional or Bust Award and am so excited for a chance to become a doula through a social…

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