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Meet the founders- Clarissa & Tracey

Clarissa is a Midwest born girl, from Kansas City, Missouri. She is a wife, dog mom, and a mother of two children, and grandmother. Clarissa was a teen mother and had her son at age 17. She is also a foster mommy and has over two decades of experience as a birth worker. She is a Certified Childbirth Educator, Certified Holistic Doula, Pregnancy and infant Loss Advocate, and Fertility Advocate.

Clarissa is a mentor to future Doulas and Certified Childbirth Educators. She regularly participates in community education and outreach serving individuals from marginalized communities. Her volunteer work includes hosting diaper drives, community baby showers, and being active in incarcerated pregnant women organization, and with local pregnancy resource centers. Clarissa hopes to continue to empower women through childbirth education and supporting them through outreach.

Tracey Goddard-Johnson is a wife of 26 years and mother of five children. Tracey permanently moved to Georgia from London, United Kingdom in 2016, where she was born. She certified as a midwife in 2005 and has worked both on a full-time/part-time basis, since certification. Within her role as a midwife, she taught Pre-natal Education Classes/Breast Feeding, Care of the new-born and other relative topics for most of her career.

Since moving to the USA, Tracey has successfully completed a one-year Childbirth Educator course in June 2019, with The International Childbirth Education Association (ICEA). She is a Breastfeeding Peer Counselor (BFPC), a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant/Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CCMA/CPT), and a Certified Health Coach (CHC), and a Community Resiliency Model Trainer (CRM), with the Trauma Resource Institute. She is also a mentor to student Childbirth Educators, on a 1-year program for Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies Coalition


With a passion for women’s health in pregnancy, having had a home, water birth herself in Georgia; Tracey enjoys empowering women through education and natural childbirth. She is now enrolled in the Commonsense Childbirth School of Midwifery (CCSM) and is actively pursuing certification to be a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) and return to delivering women in their homes in the near future, as she has known for some time that this is her vocation. Along with being in school, Tracey is extremely honored to be currently teaching childbirth education classes for the Atlanta Birth Center (ABC), and for Healthy Moms Health Babies Coalition of GA, which she is thoroughly enjoying.


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