Nurture Birth Cooperative
Christa’s journey to natural health began as a result of finding out the thyroid medication she had been on for years, was completely unnecessary. Learning more about her thyroid condition, drove her to dig deeper into more natural ways to support her and her family’s health.
After having doulas at both of their daughters’ births, Christa and her husband Brian, strongly advocated to their friends and family members about the importance and benefits of having doula support present.
Christa grew up in Ohio and Florida. She currently lives in Roseville, with her husband and their two little girls. She has a degree in Organizational Communication from CSU, Sacramento. She worked in the mortgage industry for years, and currently assists with property management for her family. She enjoys time with family, both immediate and extended, a good game night with friends, all things Disney, and random dance parties with her daughters. Christa loves to lift up the people around her, support them, and let them know they matter. She is honored to be a part of this organization.
Pam is a mom of 2 with one on the way, as well as a Registered Dietitian holding both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Human Nutrition. She has lived in Placer County for 13 years and loves to spend time outdoors camping, skiing and hiking in the area with her family. She has worked in both the public and private sector with women; troubleshooting health issues related to nutritional status in order to support women during and after their childbearing years. She had her first two children without intervention at a hospital and can’t wait to give birth to her 3rd at the California Birth Center.