Emily is a serial entrepreneur. She's the brilliant human behind the bags at Evolved Motion. In fact, we loved the bags so much we said 'YES' to a collaboration. In this episode, we get personal with Emily and who she is in this world. She shares about her life's journey and big learning lessons so far. Emily is a breath of fresh air. She is a strong and soft leader.
This is third and final episode in Embo's birth series. Inside this episode, Embo shares about her first forty days, food intake, and what transitioning back into work has looked like. She also shares about things that showed up that maybe were not on her radar. Embo shares a bit about clear communication amongst couples and how she wants to further this work she is embarking on.
Mia Grant is a mother of three grown children and grandmother of five. She works as a registered nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and in the Maternal and Newborn Care Unit of a major hospital in New York. Twelve years ago, her twin grandchildren, Ava and Mikey, were born five weeks premature. She helped care for Ava and felt the need to be there to share my love. That nights she woke her husband up to share with him that she was shifting careers to be a NICU nurse. Two weeks later, she was enrolled in school. She finished her bachelor's Degree in Science of Nursing after four years. Listen up as she shares a bit into her life and a new career after becoming a grandma.
Know as "The Period Girl", Nicole is a Certified Women's Health and Functional Nutrition Coach specializing in hormonal and reproductive health. She trained at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and furthered her trainin with Dr. Sara Gottfried and Chris Kresser. Nicole is on a mission to empower women through fixing their periods and understanding their bodies on a deeper level.
Amy VanHaren is the found of the Pumpspotting App. She came up with the idea for the pumpspotting app while traveling for work after returning to work after her second baby. The pumpspotting app allows women to share their favorite breastfeeding friendly businesses as well as trouble shoot with other women going through a similar experience.