Danielle Hoelter, CNM Coming Soon!
Stephanie Levy, CNM Originally from New York, Stephanie first found her passion for serving women as a brand new labor and delivery nurse in 2008, when she witnessed first-hand the power and beauty that women exude in childbirth. She believes that all women innately embody these qualities and feels honored each time she can [...]
Alicia Castillo, CNM Alicia trained at the University of New Mexico where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 2004 and later returned to complete her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), in the Nurse-Midwifery Concentration in 2008. Though she didn’t grow up here, Alicia has lived in New Mexico [...]
Rebecca Leeman, CNM Beginning her studies in cultural anthropology and health, Rebecca came to nursing and then midwifery with the goal of incorporating service to underserved areas both within and beyond the border. After midwifery school, she lived and worked in the Zuni-Navajo area for six years. Rebecca came to WSNM in 1999. With [...]
Wendy Kimmelman, CNM Wendy is a locally grown 'Burqueno with deep familial roots in this lovely state of ours. Her committment to Midwifery started after the birth of her second child in 1991. The path had twists and forks, ups and downs, but her determination never wavered. She became a midwife in 2004. She [...]
Jennifer Williams, CNM Jennifer grew up in Albuquerque and loves living here in New Mexico. She became interested in birth when she had her first child and started to think about the role a loving and supportive birth plays in getting families off to a healthy start. She has been caring for birthing [...]
Elizabeth Withnall, CNM Elizabeth has been practicing midwifery for 29 years, first as a licensed midwife attending home and birth center births, then later as a certified nurse midwife, in the hospital setting. She worked at the Northern NM Midwifery Center in Taos for many years, then moved to Las Vegas, NM with her [...]
Terri Caspary Schmidt, CNM I been a New Mexican for almost five decades, growing up in Los Alamos and settling in Albuquerque in 1978. Before attending nursing and midwifery school, I worked as a birth and midwives’ assistant at the historic Southwest Maternity Center in Albuquerque’s North Valley neighborhood. It was there I learned [...]