Stormy has been working with pregnant women and newborns in different capacities for the last 16 years. She has a Bachelor’s of nursing from Rutgers University and is now on her way to becoming a Certified Nurse Midwife at Frontier Nursing University. Most of her profession has been spent working with families in the hospital setting as a labor and delivery nurse and lactation consultant. Within that setting, her focus has always been women and families at the center of her care while empowering women and trusting in their intuitive understanding of their body and their baby’s needs. She is very excited to be working at Hygge where women, families and community are truly supported in this incredibly transforming life event.
A lifelong lover of nature and the outdoors, Stormy can often be found on the trails of the Western Slopes. She has a strong yoga practice and dances within a conscious dance community that she has been involved with for many years. Her two grown daughters live in the Northwest, and are pursuing careers in Law and Accounting, which surprises her daily.
Stormy has volunteered at on orphanage in Antigua, Guatemala and volunteers here in Denver at Project Cure which sends birthing kits to Birth assistants in many different developing countries. Her ultimate aspiration is to take her skills to communities of need around the globe.