ICAN’s Professional Member Directory includes a variety of professionals that support birthing people as they plan for and recover from Cesarean or VBAC.
The funds generated from Professional Memberships help to continue ICAN’s mission. Anyone who supports ICAN’s mission is welcome to join the directory: simply become a professional member of ICAN.
I offer birth doula & postpartum doula services as well as childbirth education. I support all folx/families and are proud to support the LGBYQ+ community & BIPOC community.
Briana received her BS in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where her passion for maternal and reproductive health sparked. She has experience with couples, single parents, advanced maternal age, VBAC/VBA2C, sexual trauma and assault survivors, high and low risk births, and families who have experienced or are expecting a loss. Briana is passionate about providing evidence based, unbiased education and helping her clients to make their own informed decisions, by arming them with the information they need. She knows that a fulfilling birth experience often leads to a more enjoyable transition into parenthood for all parties.
Briana's open communication style paired with her empathic, compassionate personality allow her to be the best advocate and support for families before, during, and after birth. Briana currently lives in Eastern Wake County (though she'll always be a northerner at heart!) She absolutely loves the beach (her dream is to own a boat one day), but also loves snuggling up in a blanket with hot chocolate in a log cabin in the winter time (ah, there's her New Englander side!) Since COVID19, she has also started a new hobby: soap and wax-melt crafting!
Disclaimer ICAN’s Professional Member Network is intended as an informational resource for consumers. ICAN is not a credentialing agency or a regulatory body. As such, we are not responsible for the competency of the professionals listed. Professional Members are those birth professionals who have partnered with ICAN because they believe in our mission. It is up to you to determine if they are a good fit for your birth and/or support needs. ICAN does not endorse any provider. Asking questions, obtaining local references and understanding that you are responsible for your own choices by thorough reading and discussing care with other parents and care providers is essential and is your responsibility.