Hampton Roads Chapter
Serving Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Fort Monroe, Little Creek Amphibious Base, Fort Story, Marine Corps Camp Elmore, Norfolk Naval Base, Camp Pendleton, Dam Neck Naval Base, Northwest Naval Security, Oceana Naval Air Station, Coast Guard Base–Portsmouth, US Army Corps of Engineers, Yorktown Coast Guard, Naval Weapons Station, and surround cities.
Currently accepting new clients!
Lead Doula: Megan Harless
Megan is an Army wife, Army Veteran, and mother of three. Megan earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Charleston in West Virginia and has completed Labor and Postpartum and Infant Care training with ProDoula, as well as additional training with DONA, International and Spinning Babies. She has earned many awards during her military career including a Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, and several more. In her free time you might find Megan with a delicious bowl of Coldstone Creamery Sweet Cream and Chocolate Cake Batter Ice Cream with sprinkles on top or enjoying learning to sew on her grandmother’s antique sewing machine. Megan currently resides near Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. firstname.lastname@example.org
Doula: Erin Lynch
Erin is an Army spouse and mother of three. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Sports Marketing from Clemson University and has completed Labor Doula Training and Postpartum and Infant Care Doula Training with ProDoula. Erin is the recipient of the Commander’s Award for Public Service and The Honorable Order of Molly Pitcher. In her free time you will find Erin at the beach with her family, cooking and discovering new foods, and living a healthy lifestyle. She has been fortunate enough to live in Germany for three years, as well as all over the US, in Georgia, New Jersey, New York, Kansas, Washington and she currently resides in the Virginia Beach area with her family. email@example.com
Doula: Cricket Kennedy
Cricket is an Air Force veteran and spouse, as well as a proud mother of two children. She served in the Air Force for twelve years earning NCO of the Quarter four times, Airman of the Quarter two times, and many achievement medals. She spent time in Kuwait, Afghanistan, Iraq, and her favorite place, Cuba! She is proud to have served several years as an instructor at the Officer Training School where she helped produce over 3,000 new, well-trained leaders in our nation’s Air Force. Cricket has been introduced to a great number of cultures and feels that experience leads her to have an open heart and mind. One of Cricket’s greatest attributes is her big heart and bubbly personality. She hopes to support you through this amazing experience and looks forward to the moment when a healthy baby and healthy mom share their first cry together. Cricket currently resides in the Williamsburg area with her family.