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At the Blacker Berries Foundation, we provide trauma - informed, empathetic birth work services, community resources, and health equity education because access to community services and ethical development should be  a right for all.

Meet the founder, Chayse!

PhD Candidate, DEI Educator, Birth Worker

Currently working out of RI, Chayse pairs global perspective with empathetic passion for people at the Blacker Berries Foundation. Born out of a need to provide services and support that purely exists to empower, instead of exploit, Chayse continues to focus on the growth of BBF to meet the international development goals of BIPOC communities. With a Bachelor of Arts in International Politics and Humanitarian Movement, Masters of Science in International Development, Childbirth International Birth Work Accreditation, and many certifications under her belt, Chayse is no stranger to perseverance, hard work, and relentless dedication. She can't wait to meet you!

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Important Disclaimer

The Birth Workers of BBFN are not healthcare professionals and do not take the place of a qualified OBGYN, GP, or other medical care provider. At BBFN, we work alongside healthcare professionals, never against. Our current resource list includes MDs who are accessible, empathetic, and qualified. We do not support unassisted or "free" births. Credentials are available above. 

Wild Berries
"Empathy and passion for people have never been more present in birth work. I felt like I gained a sister, not a Doula."

D. W, Postpartum Client

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