Sarah grew up in Connecticut and in 2004 she received her undergraduate degree in Social Psychology from Suffolk University in Boston Ma. After working for several years with women and families who were survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence she decided to move west to Seattle where she received her Masters in Midwifery Science from Bastyr University in 2012. She quickly started practicing as a Midwife in Seattle soon after becoming licensed in 2013. Sarah was a board member for the Midwives Association of Washington State (MAWS) in the 2013-2014 year and an active professional member through 2016. For her being a midwife means you must not only provide excellent clinical and emotional care, but also be willing to be involved politically with the hopes to improving and promoting access to midwifery care to all.
In the summer of 2016 she moved back east with her partner to Blue Hill Maine where she’s continuing to practice midwifery at a slower pace while learning how to farm. She feels privileged to be on this journey supporting and educating and learning from families, as they become parents for the first time or the eighth time.
You can email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.