by Whitney Pinger
As a young teen in the 1970s, OBOS taught me that women’s health was ours, and that we did not have to give up or strength and power.
I learned that midwives are the guardians of normal and natural birth and that is what I have come to incarnate.
I have been learning to be a midwife since I opened my first copy of OBOS … my journey took me many places but I am now the Director of Midwifery at The George Washington University.
I was an OBOS Women’s Health Hero in 2010.
My entire life has flowed from OBOS.
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