Amy L. Green
Amy Green, LCSW, ERYT, is the Founder & Executive Director of The Rooted Bridge, Owner & Founder of Nashville Collaborative Counseling Center. Amy is dedicated to increasing access & affordability to mental health support for parents to be & parents across the Southeast region. She believes that collaboration in care is a vital aspect to providing support to families. Amy and her team work with women and their families, facilitates healing after trauma, supports parents through loss/infertility, and ensures that parents and children have a team collaborating with them in care during pregnancy and into parenthood. Amy is an Adjunct at the University of Tennessee Masters in Social Work program, and has given multiple trainings on Maternal Mental Healthcare. Amy is the mother to three angel babies and one earthside daughter, Kinley.
Dr. Kimberlee Wyche-Etheridge
Dr. Wyche-Etheridge has a strong interest in prenatal and perinatal health outcomes/disparities and health equity, especially as they relate to infant mortality, and child wellbeing. In 2015 Dr. Wyche Etheridge was recruited to assist in the development of the Meharry School of Public Health. She now oversees the Master of Science in Public Health Program, and works as an Assistant Professor in the Division of Public Health, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Dept of Pediatrics. She holds duel faculty appointments in the School of Graduate Studies and Research, as well as the School of Medicine.
Kristen is a writer, podcaster, and full time stay at home mama. This former radio professional recently found a space for the real real of mama hood, single hood, married hood and adulthood in her new podcast. kb provides a safe place to discuss all seasons, reasons, and walks of life weekly on “in kristen we brust”.
Kristen spends her day soaking up the sweet chaos of her two babies Love and Legend. Her heart for all things mama became a main mission after losing her second baby to miscarriage. Kristen aims to support women in all seasons but specifically those learning to navigate parenthood with her motto “it takes a village to raise a mama”
Camielle Fishel, Director of Perinatal Services for Baptist Womens Hospital in Memphis, TN, is the dedicated leader of a busy nursing service line. Her Departments of Responsibility include a 28 bed Labor & Delivery unit, 12 bed Antepartum unit, 28 bed Postpartum unit, and Newborn Nursery, seeing 6,100 annual live births.