Postpartum Nutrition Certificate Program Scholarship Winners Spring 2023
We are SO excited to announce the scholarship winners for the Postpartum Nutrition Certification Program’s Spring 2023 cohort!
At Postpartum University®, we serve professionals in over 35 countries around the world. Doulas, midwives, nurses, chiropractors, counselors, lactation providers, educators, doctors, physical therapists…. it takes all of us.
And this program provides the missing foundation necessary to transform postpartum care as we know it.
Within the Postpartum Nutrition Certification Program, we are a group of leaders, supporters, and facilitators who are truly doing the work. Together. As a team. In a community. A collective. A village.
If you want to learn about the physiological and psychological changes that occur after birth and how that changes a mother’s gut, nutritional needs, breast milk, healing….
And you want to be a part of a village that’s making serious changes in not only their businesses but also their personal lives, AND the lives of mothers and babies…
Learn more about the Postpartum Nutrition Certification Program here.
Spring 2023 Postpartum Nutrition Certificate
Maria Krzyzosiak | UK & Poland
Trang Do Hanh | Vietnam
Trang Do Hang is a freelance health writer specializing in maternal and newborn health and plans to become a postpartum professional to better support Vietnamese mothers in confidently recovering and nurturing their babies. After studies and internships in the medical field, she realized postpartum mothers in Vietnam are not given proper attention and struggle with pain, worry, and confusion without help or support from specialists. She understands that postpartum women need to be cared for physically and mentally every day right at their homes, not just for a few days after giving birth at a hospital.
McKayla Broadhurst | Utah, USA
McKayla is a mom, postpartum doula, and gentle sleep coach. She helps parents in the postpartum period in their homes care for themselves and their babies, and has a passion for parents and their health during the postnatal period. She’s excited to further her education in postpartum nutrition and continue serving families in her community as a postpartum doula to get the most out of their postpartum experience.
Akelia Charley| USA
Akelia is a young mother of two children who currently works as a Breastfeeding Peer Counselor for her local health department. She loves serving her community and aspires to use her knowledge to support others who may not have the opportunities she has been given.
Kelly Collins | North Carolina, USA
Kelly is a Birth and Postpartum Doula. She helps nurture and support families during labor & delivery as well as the “fourth trimester.” She lives with her husband DeAntony and son, Preston.
She also works as a fitness instructor, consultant, and blogger.
Liyana Toffie| Cape Town, South Africa
Liyana works as a birth and postpartum doula, and peer breastfeeding counselor
She is a stay-at-home mom to 5 kids ranging from 17 to 4. (All breastfed and naturally birthed)
3 out of the 5 are homeschooled.
She has always been interested in the nutrition side of
postpartum and believes that healing goes hand in hand with what you consume