VIDEO: Yes, YOU have an inspiring story to share! Check out this 45-second video that explains why…
We are excited to launch this video page for women who prefer to speak their story rather than write it. We invite you to share YOUR story of overcoming the fears, beliefs, or circumstances that once held you back in any way. We know that your story can encourage and inspire many other women & girls.
We are very grateful to Elisa Gambino of One Productions for her excellent advice and tireless support, and we admire her commitment to the empowerment of women & girls in her personal and professional life. We also extend many thanks to Scott Hayes of Altera Web and to Michele Bires of Sefcik Productions for their work in bringing this video page to life.
VIDEO: Jannes historie om det å bli jordmor og at alle jenter kan bli akkurat det de ønsker med støtte fra dem hun har rundt seg.
VIDEO: Sara Marie Forrest Jaimes, CNM, discussed her commitment to midwifery, to gender-equality, and to helping women have dignified births.
VIDEO: Maren Dietze shares her experiences of how dance, choreography, birth and midwifery are connected.
VIDEO: Rebecca Smiddy, a nurse-midwife, shares her story of overcoming grief and depression, and encourages others to recognize their worth.
VIDEO: Julia Wiklander, founder of Girls’ Globe, leads a global network of young women working to raise the voices of women and girls around the world.
VIDEO: Joanne Rama tells her courageous story of overcoming racism and family violence while celebrating her role as a midwife.
VIDEO: Mitra Kadarsih discusses the diversity of Indonesia, and how midwifery embodies inclusive, non-judgmental, women-centered care that empowers women.
VIDEO: Ava Vosu & Charlotte Toogood, mother and daughter midwives, share their perspective on perseverance, moving forward, and appreciating the inspiring people in our lives.
VIDEO: Esther Mast, a nurse-midwife who has lived and worked in the U.S., Haiti and Burkina Faso, talks about helping people realize their strength.