Founder of bebo mia inc, Doula, Lactation Education, Childbirth Educator
Key Focus: Advocating for mental wellness, and equitable access to perinatal care for marginalized communities.
Bianca Sprague is a
educator and advocate in the doula community,
focusing her expertise on supporting women and queer individuals in the fields of fertility, birth, and postpartum care. As a self-identified ‘super lesbian’ and a dedicated mother, Bianca brings a unique perspective to her work, emphasizing the importance of balancing professional doula responsibilities with personal life, especially for mothers.
She is deeply committed to addressing issues like queer care, combating fatphobia in medicine, and exploring women’s rage and its implications.
into this field was born from personal challenges; as a new parent grappling with postpartum depression in an unsafe home environment and limited support and resources, she turned to doula training to transform her life. This path led her to create bebo mia, a response to the gap she experienced in her initial training which was only over a weekend, and lacked massive amounts of critical content as well as practical business guidance for doulas. Bianca’s mission extends beyond doula care to teaching effective service business management, encompassing community building, client care, and efficient systems for working parents in the healthcare sector. Her story is one of resilience and empowerment, driving change and support for those navigating the complex journey of birth and parenthood.