I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and attended Baylor University, where I received my Bachelor of Science in nursing. Growing up, I spent many family vacations in the San Juan Mountains, which inspired me to move to the wonderful state of Colorado to begin my nursing career. After meeting my husband, a Colorado native, I knew this would be my home for good!
My nursing journey has led me from the beautiful mountains of Telluride to the vibrant city life of Denver, giving me the opportunity to serve women as a labor and delivery nurse in a variety of settings, including Delta County Memorial Hospital and Denver Health Medical Center.
I first realized midwifery was truly my calling after working alongside a midwife in Haiti. I felt blessed to be with women, supporting them throughout pregnancy, as well as witnessing their miraculous transformation into motherhood. This experience further encouraged my passion for empowering women, which led me to obtain my Master of Science in nursing from the University of Colorado, where I specialized in midwifery.
At the heart of my philosophy as a midwife, I believe pregnancy and birth to be normal, healthy processes requiring minimal intervention, and all women deserve to be honored with the highest level of individualized care possible. I am so excited to be part of the Rose midwives, who strive to offer respect, dignity and compassion to each patients unique experience as a woman.