Ergobaby x Doen: Women in Leadership Featuring Tracie Collins

Creating change is the catalyst for growth.. as is creating safe spaces within the birthing community. In honor of Women’s History Month and in celebration of our Ergobaby x Doen Collection, we are highlighting powerful voices within the reproductive community. Birth advocate + CEO of the National Black Doulas Association, Tracie Collins, shares her story!

Tracie Collins is an artist, writer, and the CEO of the National Black Doulas Association. She shares, “I founded the National Black Doulas Association in 2017 so Black Doulas can be educated and found by Black, Brown, and marginalized communities to save lives because representation matters.”

Here’s Tracie’s story…



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Brandi Sellers-Jackson

Brandi Sellers-Jackson is Ergobaby’s Social Media Manager, a Doula, Baby Wearing Educator, and the founder of #NotSoPrivateParts + Co-Founder of Moms In Color. Brandi lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and their three boys, Jax, Jedi, and Jupiter.