Seal of Perinatal Equity

Seal of Perinatal Equity

Building a Network of Equity-Centered Individuals & Organizations

Every birthing person deserves care from a professional who works actively to eliminate racism and provide high-quality, culturally-inclusive care.  -Nurturely

The purpose of the Seal of Perinatal Equity is to help people find birthworkers, healthcare providers, and organizations who are actively committed to the work of tackling racism and anti-Blackness. The Seal of Perinatal Equity shows commitment to the work – it is not a certification that is “finished” but rather an indication to fellow providers and patients/clients that you are working toward care that is unbiased, antiracist, and culturally inclusive. All professionals must re-apply annually to keep their demonstrated commitment to transparency, training, representation, and accountability current and active. 

Seal of Perinatal Equity Criteria:


Ensure that all patients and clients understand your alignment with perinatal equity


Participate regularly in antiracism education and reflection activities


Choose partners and tools intentionally that center Black and Brown representation


Facilitating self-critique and accountability by encouraging reviews and feedback


Devoting personal/organizational time/money/resources to antiracism efforts


Prioritizing antiracism as a non-negotiable part of your policies, culture, and practices

Are you committed to racial equity in the work that you do? Join us.

Seal of Perinatal Equity - Approved Professionals

Laurie Bostick Cammon
Laurie Bostick Cammon [she/her/ella]


Dr. Cammon is a Pediatrician and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics who has been in practice for 20 years and has a career focus on working in urban areas with underserved, marginalized, vulnerable, and truly resilient patient populations. She is empathetic, detail-oriented, and quality-focused with a family-centered approach to medical care and strives to provide evidence-based medical care that respects the history, culture, and individual needs of the families I serve.

Dr. Cammon graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School and completed her residency at the Children’s Hospital Oakland. She was the Medical Director of Kerry’s Kids which is a mobile clinic that provides medical care to homeless children and was also the Medical Director of the Alameda County Juvenile Hall. She has taught at the University of California Berkeley through the Biology Scholars Program (BSP) which focuses on diversity, equity, and inclusion to support students from low-income backgrounds and underrepresented minorities as they pursue careers in medicine and the sciences. She is currently in practice at Santa Clara County Valley Medical Center while also serving as a Champion Provider Fellow Mentor at the University of California San Fransisco and as an affiliated Clinical Instructor at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Cammon is passionate about helping families thrive by improving their health through healthy lifestyle changes, especially by being active in nature. And she is the Pediatric Director of JUNTOS, a Park Prescription initiative that was developed in collaboration with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department. JUNTOS is a Spanish word meaning “together”, and the program is designed to connect medical providers with high-risk patient families in an effort to improve health equity by eliminating barriers to park access. Through JUNTOS, providers and families come together to develop a community culture based on being active in and connected to nature. She is currently working to expand this work to a larger population of families in her community through the development of a Santa Clara County Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights. This Bill of Rights will be used as a lever to implement policy and systems-level changes to address social inequities and increase access to green spaces for all children and families.

Miranda Lanning, MD, IBCLC [she/her]

Pediatrician & Lactation Consultant

Dr. Miranda Lanning is a pediatrician and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She completed her medical education at Oregon Health & Science University and her pediatric training at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. She is a current member of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine. She uses her passion and skills for breastfeeding to care and advocate for her patients and their families as a pediatrician with PeaceHealth Medical Group in Springfield, Oregon. She enjoys caring for families from prenatal visits through adolescence and is passionate about breastfeeding education as a way to promote health for infants and caregivers. Miranda currently lives in Eugene with her husband and their two year old daughter who enjoys their ongoing breastfeeding relationship.

Kyndl Woodlee, PhD [he/him]


Kyndl Woodlee, MS, is a University of Kentucky Graduate and counseling psychology doctoral candidate, scheduled to graduate from the University of Oregon in 2022. Over the last 3 years, he has worked as a therapist in university, family, and community settings. He has focused much of his research on Intimate Partner Violence and Masculinity. Having become a father in 2020, Kyndl has begun to merge his interests and expertise to develop and provide sources of support for new and expecting fathers.

Alisha Liggett, MD
Alisha Liggett, MD [she/her]

Family Medicine Physician

Dr. Alisha Liggett is a family medicine physician, and founder of Empower Her Health, a reproductive health equity consultancy that uses a social justice lens to craft unique solutions to combat bias and promote anti-racism in healthcare today. She has worked as a primary care doctor caring for patients all over New York City. She has authored several published articles, train & mentor health care practitioners, and teach health education seminars in her community.

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