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In this episode, Jennie Joseph, CEO of Commonsense Childbirth and Birth activist shares:
Her thoughts on what success means to her and her personal journey.
How her success as more organic verse planned through the challenge of transitioning as a midwife in the UK to one in the US.
She shares how she could not ignore the calling to work on behalf of underserved women and babies and the terrible maternal health outcomes in the US that are often unknown and the impact on black women and families.
How her personal painful experience lead her to start her journey as an entrepreneur and lessons learned.
For more on Jennie Joseph and her work go to commomsensechildbirth.org or follow Jennie on Instagram @iamjenniejoseph
She’s Got Drive is produced by Cassandra Voltolina and music by Blonde. Artwork by Natasha Merrifield
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