Kara is humbled and grateful to be entering into her calling supporting families during their birth and postpartum journey. After being an infant nanny and supporting postpartum families, it is clear to her that the birth and postpartum world is where her heart lies.

Kara grew up in a small village, Yellow Springs, Ohio. She moved to San Francisco in 2015, ready to start college at SFSU. After going down many winding paths, she eventually was led to find her passion, midwifery.

After moving to California and confronting the reality of being uncomfortable in her own skin due to poor mental and physical health, she was led to plant medicine. Through plant medicine, she discovered more and more models of care that were centered around love, connection, and honoring your vessel. No one’s care plan, whether using herbs, medication, massage, bodywork, therapy, etc. will be the same as another’s. This unique quality of holistic care is one of the many things that has led her to birth and postpartum work. It is very important to her to honor everyone’s vessel as if it were my own. With respect, compassion, and tenderness, her goal is to hold space for her clients in the ways they need to the best of her ability.