I was born and raised in Alberta but I’ve spent the better part of the last decade living and working around the world. I came to the midwifery community via detours in psychiatric nursing, global public health, and lots of other exploring. I’ve been registered as a psychiatric nurse for 15 years, focusing on emergency pediatric mental health services. I received a masters of public health from the University of Victoria, allowing me to work with local non-profit organizations in mostly remote areas. After doing the office-job part of public health for some years, I started to crave a more results-based career. So, while eating lunch one day at work in Nigeria, I decided that being a midwife would be a happy marriage of my skills, interests, and passion. One year later, I was starting the midwifery program at Mount Royal University in Calgary and now here I am as a member of the Aurora community. It’s a privilege to be a care provider during some of the most exciting, challenging, joyful, and transitional times of a person’s experience. I’m looking forward to meeting and connecting with you!