Working as a doula, and being invited to care for a mother during this important time in her life is a gift and an honor; I would be honored to support you. I am a Certified Doula through DONA and was part of the Doula Access Project with Everyday Miracles. Since then, I have provided doula support to a wide range of families from all walks of life.
An Ojibwe woman, my family is from Leech Lake, but I was raised in Minneapolis. I have lived a full life and had many experiences. No matter where you may be in life, I will meet you where you are, with zero judgment. What I want most for mamas is to help them have their best births possible and to feel good about what their bodies can do.
With years of experience supporting mothers and families, I also work as a Breastfeeding Peer Counselor with WIC and have worked with American Indian Family Center and Division of Indian Works. I have three beautiful children and four fur babies of of my own.
I have been passionate about women’s health, birth, and babies all my life. I believe that every person who desires a doula, deserves one. That is why I am so honored to be a part of the Everyday Miracles community!
I am fascinated and humbled by the spiritual significance of witnessing life’s transitions, especially birth. I believe that any pregnant person can benefit from inclusive, non-judgmental support for their choices around pregnancy, birth, and parenting. I would love to be that person for you. Your birth is your birth and I will be there to support you every step of the way.
My doula journey officially began in 2016 when I left my 9-5 career in market research to refocus my life and my energy on things that are truly important to me. I have a master’s degree in political research and am passionate about the evidence-based care aspect of doula support. In addition to being a doula, I work as an independent research consultant and virtual assistant. I also volunteer doing policy research around policing issues for a local non-profit.
In my down time, I can be found journaling/planning, cross stitching, reading, devouring podcasts, cuddling my cats, meeting new people, and Skyping with friends all over the world.
I’m Jillian. Birthworker and Changemaker. I believe that everyone has the right to make choices about their own body and that empowering birth is an extension of reproductive justice.
I help clients write their empowering birth stories through lived experience and meaning-making. I’m a professional pregnancy coach, DONA-trained birth doula, educator, and advocate for gender equity. When I’m not working 1:1 with clients, I’m managing campaigns for women and nonbinary folks in Minneapolis and Saint Paul because we need to work at both the individual and structural levels to make lasting change. In birthwork, my strengths are empathy, compassion, non-judgment, and championing you to believe in yourself and your strong, unique, beautiful body. As a mother myself, I know how transformational this time can be for the entire family, and I’m honored to play a small role in my clients’ birth stories.
I live in Minneapolis with my husband Jack, daughter Lottie, and cat Phoebe. When I’m not supporting a birth or knocking on doors you can find me dancing to Lizzo in my living room, visiting family in Duluth, and trying way too hard to make my baby giggle.
Juliet's bio is coming soon.
I am so happy to be part of the doula community at Everyday Miracles. Originally from North Dakota, I moved to the Twin Cities to begin doula work full time. Prior to that, I lived in Park Rapids, where I taught second grade and ELL for four years.
I’ve always been passionate about helping women, especially in the realm of childbirth. I completed my doula training in 2014 and am certified through DONA.
I love working with women and am amazed by their strength. I believe every woman deserves a doula and feel blessed with the opportunity to support them in his capacity. I enjoy working with people of all backgrounds and cultures, and learning from others.
My hobbies include cooking vegetarian dishes, drinking tea, biking, and being outside with friends and family.
My name is Kaytee. I'm a doula trained through Commensense Childbirth Institute. My personal birth experiences, as well as the reality of health disparities and maternal health outcomes for black mothers, drives my passion for birth work. I believe that EVERYONE deserves a doula, and should have access to support and education through their pregnancy and birth. I feel fortunate to be part of Everyday Miracles, and to be serving families in my community.
In addition to doula work, I’m an artist and a Babywearing Educator. I’m also very passionate about lactation support and will be pursuing additional education as a Lactation Educator. The mother of three boys, my husband and I have been married since 2010. We live and raise our family in the Midway area of Saint Paul.
My name is Kolleen Raymond and I am a birth doula! I am professionally trained through DONA International.
By nature, I am a helper. For the last six years I have been actively involved in the coaching profession in the sport of cheerleading and have loved helping my athletes grow. After becoming a mom in 2015, I realized how much there was to learn about birth and how varied someone’s birth experience could be. The more interested I became the more I wanted to share what I was learning, and before I knew it I found myself researching how to become a doula, and the rest is history!
I love trusting in our bodies and seeing birth become an empowering experience for the birthing person. Being able to help someone determine their ideal birth and advocate how to get there is equally as powerful and fulfilling!
Outside of being a doula, I have my Bachelor’s Degree in English from the University of Minnesota. I enjoy reading, being outside, baking, and spending time with my family in my free time!
Hi, I’m Landon! A doula since 2015, I am very honored to be part of the Everyday Miracles team. I am a mama to a one-year old little lady, who inspires me to better human everyday. I love to cook, eat and I am never without a strong cup of coffee. I also love to travel, hike and explore.
My pregnancy and birth experience was so incredible and empowering that I knew I wanted to work in birth. As a doula I want to provide continuous physical and emotional support to mama and partner throughout pregnancy, birth and postpartum. I believe in the power and strength of women and I wish for every woman to feel that during her birth.
My name is Laurie, and I am a Certified Doula through DONA International. One of DONA's mission statements is a doula for every mother; I wholeheartedly agree with this sentiment. Support throughout the birth experience should be available to all. Every woman, and the baby they carry, has value and deserves to be treated as such.
I want mothers to believe that they can give birth in whatever way they would like — that they have the innate power to do this! I love meeting people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. It allows me to learn with each new encounter. And of course, I love the birth process and the miracle of it all. In addition to working with Everyday Miracles, I am a volunteer doula with Twin Cities Doula Project.
A full-time teacher, I primarily support clients during during the summer months. I am a special education teacher. I work with children who are deaf/hard of hearing, and have over 15 years of teaching experience. I'm a wife (married over twenty years), and mom to three children (college and high school age). I enjoy camping and outdoor activities with our family, and I love to knit.
Blessings! I feel incredibly honored to serve in the role as a doula, and so happy to be part of the Everyday Miracles community. My passion and desire to become a doula was birthed from my own personal experience of loss during pregnancy. The opportunity to provide another woman with the emotional, physical and educational support that I didn’t have, has become my innate passion to pursue.
A trained doula, certified through DONA (Doulas of North America), I’m extremely passionate about supporting families and creating a safe, calm birth environment. As your doula, I share my compassion for an enriching birth experience with mommies-to-be. I work in partnership with new mothers and partners to fully understand their birth wishes and how I can best support them during their journey.
In my downtime, I enjoy outdoor activities, knitting, reading, and cooking (I’m a self-proclaimed foodie!).
I've had a fascination with pregnancy and babies since I was a small child. At the tender age of six, I was changing my little cousins' diapers and asking to touch all the pregnant bellies I saw! I chose to watch TLC's A Baby Story instead of cartoons many times, and my games of playing house always involved a pregnancy! One might say I have been called to birth work from a young age.
Now a "grown up," I come to doula work from a background in sexual health education and a passion for reproductive justice. In my work as a sex educator, I've worked not only with young people, but also with parents, supporting them as they negotiate how to talk about taboo topics with their children. This background uniquely enables me to walk alongside birthing people during a time that can bring up a lot of feelings about their bodies, relationships, and sexuality in general. I am trained in a 'parents as sexuality educators' curriculum and am happy to support you as you answer older siblings' questions like, "how are babies made!?"
I did my DONA birth doula training in September 2018 and am working towards certification. as both a birth and postpartum doula. Beyond supporting births, I am passionate about helping prepare birthing people to honor and nurture themselves during the postpartum period - the first 40 days, and beyond.
Prior to beginning work in sexual and reproductive health in Minneapolis/St. Paul, I lived and worked in rural Guatemala as part of a school health program rooted in community participation. I bring the wisdom, flexibility, self-awareness and broader perspective gained during my time in Guatemala to my doula work. When I'm not teaching sex ed or working with birthing people and their families, you can find me walking in nature, doing yoga, Latin dance, thrift shopping, and snuggling my tabby cat, Tuk Tuk
My name is Mary, and I am honored to serve as a birth doula. I am certified through Doulas of North America (DONA) and have additional training with Gail Tully–the Optimal Birth Position (aka Spinning Babies) Lady.
It is a privilege to support women as they discover their strength and capacity to love. I am the mother of three (mostly grown) children. Being the mother of older children gives me the freedom to fully engage in being a doula, and it also gives me a valuable perspective on birth and motherhood.
A woman’s birth experience is one of the most important events in her life. My goal as a birth doula is to help a mother have the kind of birth that will be meaningful to her.
My name is Mummie Al-Amin. I am a doula trained through DONA International, working towards certification. I am a mother to a little boy, and a wife to an amazing husband.
I was always fascinated by birth, but never imagined myself in birth work until my own pregnancy and relationship with my doula, when I became enamored by the body’s ability to birth a baby and a doulas role in providing support, not only to the laboring person, but also the birth partner as well. My own doula’s support and care was worth more than a million words, and she was invaluable to me and my husband.
I have always been dedicated to uplifting of women and children alike. I have spent over 10 years of professional and volunteer work in education, primarily in underserved communities because that’s where I am from and naturally it is dear to my heart. I believe in access to resources for ALL, and this philosophy has transferred over to my commitment to birth work, women, babies and families.
In my free time you can catch me hiking, reading, traveling or snuggling my precious boy (or chasing him!).