Tamara Wrenn is a Kingdom focused woman with a heart for women’s health and well-being. For over 20 years, Tamara has worked with hundreds of women and families to deliver impactful solutions that elevate them – with a special focus on Black women and communities of color. She is a certified childbirth educator, doula and coach who has taught, supported and advocated for evidenced-based better birth choices and equity locally and nationally.
Master of Arts Guidance and Counseling (1994)
Birth and Postpartum Doula Certification - Birth Arts International (2011)
Labor Support Doula Certification - The Swedish Institute & Niara Healing Arts (2010)
Certified Cooperative Chilldbith Educator (2002)
Certified Professional & Executive Coach (2020)
Black Christian Birth Workers Network
Birth Arts International
Childbirth Education Association of Metropolitan NY
My childbirth classes cover pregnancy through postpartum recovery, newborn care and breastfeeding, and self-care wellness for mamas. My doula services include in-person, full service virtual and a-la-carte virtual.
I was a first time mom planning a natural birth when I decided I needed to find a level of expertise that could not only support me but my husband in our journey to natural birthing. I was blown away with the level of professionalism and knowledge Tamara was able to provide us. The classes were informative, creative and really allowed us to build a strong foundation in the process. By the end of the classes I felt very prepared and ready to embark on my journey. I would recommend this class to ANYONE who is looking for a great experience and wants to learn from someone that truly cares about your health and well-being. I can attribute my successful natural birthing experience to all of the positive tips, tricks and knowledge I was offered.
- Precious w.
Tamara was very calm and affirming throughout the childbirth education classes. She also was super flexible regarding scheduling. I appreciated the terminology she used to frame and present the information. This really helped to orient me ahead of time to labor as normal, natural, and necessary. She also mentioned sage advice regarding the critical postpartum season and allowing myself to ask for what I or the baby needs when people visit or call.
- Kam J.