MANA18 Program Committee
Trinisha Williams has been a midwife for over a decade. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges and a Masters of Public Health from Hunter College with a concentration in Women's Health; she began studying midwifery. She became a Certified Midwife in 2003 after completing a Certificate in Midwifery from State University of New York Downstate. In 2004 she began her career in midwifery at New York Health and Hospital Kings County. For 16 years she has taught Lamaze Childbirth classes and in 2015 became a Fellow of American Academy of Childbirth Educators. Trinisha has supported thousands of women and their families with birth. She believes birth is a sacred life process that should be cherished and honored. She currently serves as New York State Association of Licensed Midwives Membership Chairperson, Diversity and Inclusion Committee member, and New York City membership representative; also as the American College of Nurse Midwives Midwives of Color Committee co chair and Committee for the Advancement of Midwifery Practice member.
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