You NEED A Business Plan

Hey Birth Business Owner/Founder I have a question… Do you have a formalized business plan that guides your practice with a high-level strategy? I get it! Most of the time we don’t see birth work as a business, yet as a service. A service is still a business, and needs a business plan. This isContinue reading “You NEED A Business Plan”

InTune Mother School of Perinatal Health

A Community-Based Approach to Holistic Birth Work Welcome! Thank you for your interest in supporting childbearing families in your community? My name is RaShaunda Lugrand and I am the Founder of The InTune Mother Society. We are a 501c3 Charitable Health Organization that provides innovative outreach and capacity-building programming to serve the Black and IndigenousContinue reading “InTune Mother School of Perinatal Health”

This Birth Work Ain’t Free

Equitable community-based birth work is economic, historic, cultural, and social capital. It’s time to look within our own streams of TEKnology to create work that enables Black women to thrive. It’s time to build our PATHWAYS to improve the quality of care for our unborn children. This begins with healing justice and economic growth. ItContinue reading “This Birth Work Ain’t Free”

The InTune Mother School of Perinatal Health

A Community Based Approach to Holistic Birth Work Welcome! Thank you for your interest in supporting childbearing families in your community? My name is RaShaunda Lugrand and I am the Founder of The InTune Mother Society. We are a 501c3 Charitable Health Organization that provides innovative outreach and capacity building programming to serve the BlackContinue reading “The InTune Mother School of Perinatal Health”

Diversifying the breastfeeding lactation support workforce will reduce breastfeeding disparities through First Food Equity.

Through HealthConnect One, The InTune Mother Society will increase access to community-based peer-to-peer breastfeeding support, critical to increasing breastfeeding rates and driving down infant mortality rates in Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities. Breastfeeding is critical to young children’s health. Yet, years of disinvestment and systemic racism within the health care system created an untenable situationContinue reading “Diversifying the breastfeeding lactation support workforce will reduce breastfeeding disparities through First Food Equity.”