Art of Birth Midwifery
Art of Birth Midwifery
Meghan has over a decade of experience as a midwife working in both the in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. She practices with a balanced and blended model of nurse midwifery and traditional midwifery.
She graduated with her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati in 2010. She worked the first 4 years in a low risk hospital doing full scope midwifery, then moved into a combination of management and working in a high risk center.
She opened her private practice in 2018 and partnered as an owner and builder of Gentle Landing Birth Center in 2019. Offers full scope midwifery services spanning from puberty through menopause.
Juliana is a Birth Assistant at births in the states of Vermont and New Hampshire. She also has a Master's degree in Education.
Reproductive health, wellness, and justice are passionate interests of Juliana's. She believes midwives hold the unique position to positively touch individuals and communities through offering personalized, compassionate, respectful, and equitable care. This is why she became a midwife.
Juliana became a Licensed Midwife through the North American Registry of Midwives in 2013. She is also a Certified Doula and Certified Lactation Consultant.
Sherry has lived in Vermont since the late 1980's, where she chose to raise her family of 5 children (now grown) with her husband Dale. She works alongside her daughter Meghan Sperry. Sherry has been in Randolph Vermont since 1991, when she started working at the Tranquility Nursing Home as an LPN. She continued to stay in the Randolph area and ended up working at both Gifford Medical Center and Vermont Technical College. She has been in school on and off and now has a doctorate of education, a masters in nursing education, a bachelors in nursing, and an associate degree in nursing. She has experience working with nursing students as an educator, work as a diabetes educator, and a bedside nurse in medical surgical nursing. She now wants to work with clients needing primary care with a focus on wellness.
Danielle is a student, completing her education through the Midwives College of Utah, in pursuit of becoming a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM). Danielle is from Vermont and hopes to one day provide loving midwifery care to the communities of her home state. She is a DONA trained doula and is currently working toward full certification. In her free time, she loves to spend time outside with her nephew, pictured above. She is grateful for the opportunity to walk with and learn from the families that Art of Birth serves.
Jessica is a Certified Nurse-Midwife who joined Art of Birth Midwifery in 2023. Jessica completed her Masters of Science in Nursing at Georgetown University in 2020. After graduating she attended out-of-hospital births with Meghan. She then welcomed the birth of her second daughter and she transitioned to hospital based practice in Massachusetts to gain more experience with higher risk pregnancies. Jessica then returned to her passion for out-of-hospital birth and returned to Art of Birth Midwifery. Jessica is a strong advocate for home birth practices and promotes giving women and birthing people a choice in their care. She attends birth and sees patients in the office offering full scope midwifery care.