In 2016 Angelica began her formal training as a midwife at Nizhoni Institute Of Midwifery. This includes training in newborn care, breastfeeding, herbs, homeopathy, and other holistic modalities. She has attended many births and has experience at home, birth centers and hospitals. In 2020 She became a Licensed Midwife by the Medical Board of California. . She chose midwifery because she desires to empower women to embrace and trust their capabilities to birth naturally. Along her journey she continues to ground herself, grow and expand her knowledge on birth practices and disparities worldwide. She believes that every person deserves individualized care and informed consent. She stands by supporting moms in the way they see fit. Angie is honored to be a part of your birth journey; to see people become parents, children to become siblings, and families grow in love. If you aren’t catching Angie talking about birth and wellness you can find her traveling, reading, being active, spending time with her family, playing with her pup and taking an active role in her community.
Bachelors of Science in Public Health, UC Irvine (2015)
Nizhoni Institute of Midwifery (2019)
Lactation Educator, UC San Diego (2019)
California Association of Licensed Midwives
Prenatal Care, Home Birth, Postpartum care, Well Person Care, Placenta Encapsulation
Angie was such a positive force throughout my pregnancy and birth experience. I felt immediately comfortable and supported in her presence, and will never forget her reassuring strength during my intense posterior labor. The choice to encapsulate my placenta was an easy one —she made it so effortless for us— and i’m so glad I did. My breastmilk supply has been consistently strong and my postpartum hormones feel balanced. - Posted on behalf of M.H.
- Bornbir S.