Date: March 1st| Time: 1:00 PM EST | ZOOM Webinar
Learn more about Irth (as in Birth, but we dropped the B for bias). A birthing app that allows women and birthing folks to have a Yelp-like platform for their maternity care experiences. Founded by Kimberly Seals Allers. Irth is working to uplift the voices of Black and brown people giving birth, to get safer care, and close the maternal mortality gap.
Please click below to watch a recording of the “Irth App Masterclass” webinar:
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Kimberly Seals Allers | Narrative Nation, Inc| Irth
Kimberly Seals Allers is an award-winning journalist, five-time author, international speaker, strategist, and advocate for maternal & infant health. A former senior editor at ESSENCE and writer at FORTUNE magazine, Kimberly is a leading voice on the racial and socio-cultural complexities of birth, breastfeeding, and motherhood. She is the founder of Irth, a new “Yelp-like” app for Black and brown parents to address bias and racism in maternity and infant care. Kimberly also created Birthright, a podcast about joy and healing in Black birth that centers on positive Black birth stories as a tool in the fight for birth justice and reverses the narrative of negative statistics common in mainstream media coverage of Black maternal health. Learn more at KimberlySealsAllers.com.
Ebonie “Karma” Tudor | Irth
Ebonie “Karma” Tudor is the Community Engagement Manager at Irth App. Karma is a mom, a certified lactation counselor, a childbirth educator, a 200-hour registered yoga teacher, a prenatal yoga teacher, and a mentor.
Karma also has over ten year-experience in the health insurance industry and holds a bachelor’s in business marketing from Pace University.