Meet the team
Suzanne Juel IBCLC RLC CLC Lactation Consultant
“I believe that when a mom and baby are struggling, whether it be with feeding, sleeping, colic, reflux or other issues, it is important to look at the whole picture to find the root cause of the problem. You can treat symptoms all day long, but as your baby grows, they will just develop into new symptoms. If you don’t find the root cause, you will always be chasing a new treatment.”
Tessa Gardin IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
“I have a true passion for helping moms breastfeed their babies, I can’t believe I get to do what I love for a living. I am truly blessed.”
Kyna Patrick BS IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
"My goal is to help moms meet their breastfeeding goals and make a plan to success, what ever that may be. The definition of “success” can mean many different things and can change at any time. I plan to help the moms down that path with or with out changes."
ERICA CAMPBELL RN BSN IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
“Whether this is your very first experience or you’re in the final days of breastfeeding, I want to be here to help make your journey as smooth and beautiful as possible!”
MELISSA NEALY IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
"I believe that parents are the experts on their babies. I see myself as an information resource to help them reach their goals."
Karen Zacharias RN BSN IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
“I believe each family should feel supported & encouraged in their breastfeeding journey. I think it’s so important to look at family’s individual needs and be able to meet them exactly where there are.”
Nicole Kerbow RN BSN IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
“I love to help parents fulfill their goals.”
Leah Whitley IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
"Breastfeeding is an extremely rewarding, but difficult endeavor. Especially in the beginning. As a lactation consultant, I provide mothers with the information and hands-on support they need to successfully breastfeed their babies. "
Tiphany Illyes IBCLC RLC Lactation Consultant
"I am passionate about helping new parents meet their breastfeeding goals."