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HomeEventsDisparities in Black Maternal and Child Health - Presentation on Wake County’s Best Babies Zone

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Disparities in Black Maternal and Child Health - Presentation on Wake County’s Best Babies Zone


Please join the LWV-Wake Healthcare and Women's Rights Committees for a special program about Disparities in Black Maternal and Child Health and how Wake County's Best Babies Zone Program is working to address infant mortality and health disparities, particularly in Southeast Raleigh.

We'll be joined by guest speaker Dauline M. Singletary,  Public Health Educator in Maternal and Child Health with Wake County Health and Human Services, who leads the Best Babies Zone.

To register,  click on the "Click to RSVP Now" button. Simply adding it to your calendar will not register you!

After you have registered, you will receive an email confirmation that will include the Zoom link for the meeting.


About Dauline M. Singletary 


Dauline is a Public Health Educator and has been in the field for more than 5 years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Concentration in Community Health at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) in 2015, along with a master’s in public health from Benedictine University in 2020. Her passion for health education started early as she was a trained peer educator and president of a campus organization that focused on preconception, pregnancy, and parenting. The mission was to address health disparities, minority health and maternal and child health. After graduation she continue in the field of maternal and child health, by becoming a National Certified Childbirth Educator and Birth Doula (DONA). With this, she has become an advocate for women of color, low-income and underserved families.  

Currently, she works as a Public Health Educator in Maternal and Child Health for Wake County Health and Human Services. In her role she leads the Best Babies Zone, a community driven initiative that focuses on addressing infant mortality and health disparities. She also provides education to families regarding: Pregnancy and Childbirth, Infant Safe Sleep and Child Passenger Safety. She’s trained through the NCDHHS Division of Public Health in SIDS grief counseling and providing basic support to parents who have experienced an infant loss due to SIDS or sleep related Injuries.
Dauline M. Singletary MPH, CCE (ACBE), CD(DONA,) Public Health Educator, Childbirth Educator, and Birth Doula

Dauline M. Singletary
MPH, CCE (ACBE), CD (DONA)
Public Health Educator, Childbirth Educator, and Birth Doula





When:
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 12:00 PM
Where:
Virtual via Zoom - Confirmation Email will contain the link


Additional Info:
Event Coordinator(s):
Retta M Riordan
Category:
Healthcare
Registration is recommended
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Capacity:
99
Available Slots:
69
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