Jessica has felt a calling towards birth and reproductive health care since she was a teenager. She is committed to serving people and their families both in pregnancy and across their lifespan. Jessica has been working at Neighborcare Health since she graduated from the University of Washington School of Nursing with her doctorate in 2013. When not at work, Jessica spends time with her spouse and their 2 daughters and tries to find time to bake and be outdoors. She also enjoys reading, swimming, and practicing yoga.
Why I Work at Neighborcare:
I see midwifery as a way to foster empowerment and build communities and this is central to the mission of Neighborcare Health. I am energized by the work I do at Neighborcare Health and delight in opportunities to facilitate learning and support families during pregnancy and birth.
Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM)
BS, University of California Davis, 2008
BSN, University of Washington, 2010
DNP, University of Washington, 2013