If you are a family who is birthing in a hospital setting, you will be sent home with almost zero postpartum care. For those of us who have had babies we know that the pregnancy and birth are so much work but after the baby comes the even harder work begins. You deserve a midwife who comes to your home to support your transition into parenthood. Not only will I weigh your baby and take your blood pressure but I am there to answer any and all questions, support your breast/chest feeding journey, help you understand your postpartum body and how to heal it, help you with sleep for yourself and your little, and support your overall wellbeing and shift into a new family mode.


“A midwife should have a lady’s hands, a hawk’s eyes, and a lion’s heart.” - Aristotle

Mama Lion Midwifery practice believes that our bodies are extremely wise and complex. Mama Lion Midwifery seeks to empower a birthing family by guiding them to make their own healthy and safe decisions with the best information available. With information based in both best evidence research and personal experiences Mama Lion can contribute recommendations for motherbaby’s health and wellness.

My goal is to help families learn how to best treat themselves so that once all is said and done and there is a little one in arms, a parent can be the strongest and most capable parent they can be.


In 2010 nile graduated from UCSF’s graduate school of nursing with her masters degree in the science of nursing. She finished with her licenses as a registered nurse (RN), a nurse practitioner of women’s health (WHNP), and as a certified nurse midwife (CNM). Her WHNP license was recently board certified (BC). Nile has her undergraduate degree from UCLA in women’s studies and has an educational history in the study of languages. Nile also speaks fluent Spanish.

Having been born at home herself, Nile attended her first home birth at the age of seven and has known ever since that she is a midwife. With a firm foundation in the philosophies and practices of homebirth Mama Lion Midwifery blends in the science and structure of a hospital-based education.