Emily attended Gustavus Adolphus College and is a Twin Cities enthusiast. She has almost ten years HR experience from her time in the staffing industry. Emily became interested in how the midwifery model of care empowers women after her personal experience of transferring from a hospital system to MBC mid-way through her third pregnancy. Emily is humbled to support the midwives and nurses of this organization. She lives in Minneapolis with her family and enjoys all things French, cooking, and dystopian novels.
Billing Associate & Administrative Support
Angie is a Minnesota native and spent most of her childhood in the city of Ramsey, northwest of the Twin Cities. She is a mom to two boys, including one born at home. After 10 years working as a birth doula and volunteering with the Childbirth Collective, she needed to change gears and find work that allowed her to stay connected to birthing families and have a break from being on call 24/7. She got her start at MBC as a Clinic Coordinator and now serves on the Billing Team. In her free time, Angie enjoys traveling, paddleboarding, hiking, live music and reading.
Jennifer left her twelve-year gig as a stay-at-home mom to four to join the Minnesota Birth Center team. Her comfort with out-of-hospital birth and deep belief in the value of the kind of care available at MBC make it a great fit. She lives with her husband and four children in south Minneapolis.
Abbey is a native Minnesotan, but spent the better part of her childhood in Germany. She learned to love theater stage management at University of Minnesota- Duluth and spent the next 10 years bouncing around the Twin Cities theater scene. Abbey lives in South Minneapolis with her husband and two rowdy boys. She enjoys knitting, baking, and audio books.
Rebecca grew up in St. Paul and graduated from Mills College with a degree in Sociology and a minor in Women’s Studies. She was a birth doula for 16 years before joining MBC. She enjoys reading and knitting, especially with friends. She appreciates the Midwifery Model of Care and access to out-of-hospital birth for those who want it, and is thrilled to find both at the Minnesota Birth Center. She has three children, all born with the help of a midwife.
Stella grew up in Minnesota but recently moved back to the area after living in Seattle for five years. While in Seattle, she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Social Sciences through the University of Washington and worked as a nanny and as an ESL teacher. Her schooling and work experience has given her a passion for supporting families through all stages of life. She lives in Minneapolis with her partner and enjoys reading, hiking, yoga and wood burning in her free time.
minneapolis Clinic Coordinator
Liliana grew up in upstate New York and graduated from St. Olaf College with a degree in History. Many of her research projects during college focused on midwifery, pregnancy, and childbirth practices from a variety of cultures and societies throughout history. Throughout her student days, her work as a childcare provider and connection to families has brought her much joy. She is passionate about the midwifery model of care and feels grateful for the chance to support women at MBC. In her free time, Liliana enjoys cooking, hiking, reading, knitting, and traveling.