Mallorie is a registered nurse who has worked in the field of women's and children's health for several years, primarily in the role of a labor and delivery nurse. She loves education and is passionate about supporting families in every phase of life. Mallorie truly has a heart for taking care of people and prides herself on giving them the tools they need to feel safe and supported.
After a traumatic birth experience that she worked hard to overcome, her journey to healing included changing career paths. Mallorie went back to school for nursing where she received a BSN degree from Baylor University and was fortunate enough to land her dream job at Baylor University Medical Center immediately after graduating. She has a desire to soak up as much knowledge as she can and instill it in women to give them a sense of power and direction in designing their birth experience.
Mallorie is also a DoTerra essential oils wellness advocate, certified in the AromaTouch technique. Also certified in Electronic Fetal Monitoring (C-EFM). She promotes wellness in her family by empowering the people she loves to take control of their health and emotional well-being.
Viviana's dream was always to have a family and through her own personal life experienced infertility, infant loss and a lack of reproductive health information relating to the LGBTQ experience. Since the loss of her firstborn son, she decided to give back in his honor and this passion is what led her to birth work, specifically working as a postpartum doula. Viviana is a graduate of UNT with a degree in Journalism Advertising. She trained with Doula Trainings International, WIC, PPHA of TX and holds her CPR and First Aid certifications. Viviana is trained to be culturally competent and respectful of a family’s individuality. She has experience with twins, single mothers, IVF pregnancies & babies, surrogacy, LGBTQ families and more. Viviana has supported more than 5 dozen families in her years as a doula. Her warmth, expertise and genuine love for her profession are felt in all aspects of her support.
Viviana is bilingual and speaks both English and Spanish. She lives in the Mid-Cities with her wife, boy/girl twins and family chickens.