MMP Ep 200: Black Maternal Health & Beyond with Tracie Collins
The Modern Mamas Podcast
In this week's episode of the Modern Mamas Podcast, Laura sits down with Tracie Collins, founder of the National Black Doulas Association. Tracie began her career in the Birth Doula field in 2000 after her second child was born. She has attended over 1500+ births with families birthing in hospitals, birth centers, and home births throughout the SF Bay Area & beyond. Tracie shares her story, more about the incredibly important work she's doing, facts about the awful disparities for Black birthing people in this country. and actionable steps we can all take to continue to push for change. This week, we’re honoring Black Maternal Health Week. We're so grateful that you're here and hope you'll tune in, learn, and share. Learn more at www.blackdoulas.org Connect with us on Instagram at @modernmamaspodcast Join our Patreon community for behind the scenes exclusives! Thank you to our Sponsors! 15% off with code modernmamas PaleoValley Four Sigmatic Beekeepers Naturals Free 7 sample pack; just pay shipping! LMNT--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-modern-mamas-podcast/support
Tracie Collins Interview - National Black Doulas Association
Interview with Tracie Collins of National Black Doulas Association and support for Black Lives Matter.This interview was recorded a week or so before protesting began in the US. I hope this episode shines light on the broader issues beyond police brutality and violence that affect Black people, like 5x higher birthing mortality rate. The healing we must do as a country is immense and it is happening. I'm committed to teaching about change, personal responsibility, and the inner family dynamics of the white racist police family--I come from one--and what it takes to evolve and shed the poison as we move forward as individuals and as a society. Things always seem darkest before dawn, as the saying goes. I plan to be here for the clean, bright, morning we are all ready for. Find Tracie Collins, learn, give or receive support at https://www.blackdoulas.org and spread her life saving message.
Kathleen Sabo speaks with Dr. Tracie Collins, Dean of the College of Population Health at the University of New Mexico, about the work of the college during the pandemic and beyond, and the ethics and efficacy of citizens undertaking recommended actions for the benefit of public health.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ethics-now/message
#DishWithTheDoulas :: Episode 4 | Season 2 :: Tracie Collins of National Black Doulas Association
Dish With The Doulas Podcast
This is SEASON 2, EPISODE 4 of#DishWithTheDoulas with our special guest, Tracie Collins (https://linktr.ee/Traciecollins | @traciecollins on IG), the founder and CEO of the National Black Doulas Association (@nationalblackdoulas)! Hosted by Kimberly Stewart-Lucas [http://www.absolutelydivineevents.net] and presented by Warrior Mammas [https://www.facebook.com/WarriorMammas]."As a 20 year leading industry expert in and around the process of birth, and the founder of the National Black Doulas Association, Tracie Collins now specializes in coaching birth professionals on how to properly structure and grow their business, as a Doula Business Strategist. The National Black Doulas Association has grown rapidly and has become a leading force for Black Doula Education with a heavy business entrepreneurial acumen and sustainability." In this episode, Tracie and I discuss doula training, choosing a doula, the organization's upcoming launch of the #NBDAMagazine and more! #TracieCollins #NationalBlackDoulasAssociation #NBDA #KimberlyStewartLucas #AbsolutelyDivineEvents #TrustYourBody #TrustYourBaby #TrustBirth #WarriorMammas
"If it's worth having, you have to work for it" - Interviewing Dr. Tracie Collins
A Different Kind of Leader
Tracie Collins, MD, MPH is the Dean of the University of New Mexico College of Population Health, one of three in the nation, and is a clinician and researcher who studies the racial disparities in the impact of serious vascular disorders. In this episode, Dr. Collins reflects how she made the transitions in her career through regular evaluation and a personal experience that influenced how she thinks about her work in population health. Follow Dr. Collins' Institution on Twitter @UNMHSCTIMESTAMPS - Intro (00:00) | Quote (00:56) | Early Career (01:29) | Evaluating for Change (05:31) | Being a Diverse Leader (09:24) | Success and Failure (12:49) | Crisis of Faith (15:56) | Self-Care/Hobbies (18:46) | Sources of Inspiration (19:57) | Favorite Leadership Book (22:03) | Good vs. Great Leaders (22:59) | Advice for Younger Self (23:16)
Sometimes as black women, we hide behind our partners or stoop down to society’s definition of what being a black woman means. In this episode, I chat with Tracie Collins, a mogul in the birth, creative and motherhood space. Learn about what it took for Tracie to build the empire she has today! Make sure you like, subscribe and share Soulcast with ya mama’nem and if you’re feeling generous go ahead and drop 5 stars and some feedback for me love.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soulcastlive/message
Golda Poretsky, Tracie Collins, and Desiree Burch PLUS Model Radio Episode #62
The Chenese Lewis Show
On the next PLUS Model Radio Chenese interviews: Desiree Burch, one of New York Magazine’s “Top Ten People that Funny People Find Funny”, and star of 52 Man Pick Up, a one woman show about how she goes from virgin to veteran as she learns how to stand on her own two feet in the city that never sleeps… with the same person twice! Tracie Collins, Executive Director of Kiss the Curves, the first ever Plus-Size Fashion Gala in the Bay Area. And Golda Poretsky, certified holistic health counselor and founder of Body Love Wellness, a wellness company that provides individual and group counseling from a Health At Every Size perspective.