Tiffany’s journey towards midwifery began when her sister had her first baby into the hands of midwives. Having always wanted to work in healthcare, she realized that midwifery embodied a "caring" aspect she felt was difficult to achieve in other health professions.
While pursuing midwifery, she trained and worked as a lactation consultant (IBCLC) at the Newman Breastfeeding Clinic in Toronto. She has worked with over 1000 women to problem solve infant feeding challenges, and enjoys working with families to meet their breastfeeding goals. She has also worked in medical research, participating in experiments ranging from cell culture to heart surgery. These experiences have given her an appreciation for both the art and science of midwifery. She is passionate about sharing this knowledge as relationships are built throughout care.
Tiffany has had the opportunity to learn and work as a Midwife in many communities across this great country, including Victoria, Ottawa, and many small communities in Northern Ontario. Her love for rural living has pulled her away from the city once again. She is excited to support Penticton families make their own best decisions as they welcome new babies into the world.