02 - 08 - 2023
Angelique Steadman was drawn to birthwork at an early age, and later learned of the disparities in healthcare for Black women and infants and the need for Black bodies to have representation in the birthing field. Angelique felt compelled to orchestrate change on a community level and is a birth companion, doula, and a midwife in training. We’re excited to have Angelique’s passion for social justice and expertise in accounting on our team.
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