MIDWIFE FELLOWS & VOLUNTEERS

Genevie Glasgow, MSN, APRN, CNM, Nurse-Midwife Fellow

Genevie grew up on Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Florida. She worked as a labor and delivery nurse for 13 years within her hometown, Central Florida and in Tennessee. Her love for midwifery began as a young teenager watching the TLC shows Birth Day and Baby Story. She enjoyed seeing the dynamic impact the midwives and doulas on TV made upon their patients. After a decade of working as a RN, she decided midwifery truly was her calling, and was an avenue to expand her passion for helping empower women through education and support. After graduating with her Master’s degree in Nurse-Midwifery from Frontier Nursing University in 2019, Genevie became aware of the work of Holy Family Services, and knew it was a great opportunity for her. She has come to the understanding that Holy Family Services has a unique way of guiding midwives with support and resources of empowerment. She is looking forward to her time here in the Valley and knows it will positively impact her ability to provide phenomenal care to all women and families in the future. In her free time, she looks forward to practicing Spanish, nature walks/hiking, watching sunsets, and enjoying the beach. 

 

Associates of Science in Nursing, Gulf Coast Community College: 2007

Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Florida State University: 2009

MSN Nurse Midwifery, Frontier Nursing University: 2019

 

Caitlin Bley, MSN, APRN, CNM, Nurse-Midwife

Caitlin is originally from St. Louis, MO and graduated from nursing school in 2011.  After graduation she commissioned into the US Army and worked as a med-surg nurse first, before finding her passion for women’s health.  In 2016, she left active duty, moved to the RGV, and started attending Frontier Nursing University.  Graduating in 2018 with her Masters in Midwifery she started working with a local practice providing care in the clinical and hospital setting.  During this time she started working on her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) and successfully completed her degree in March of 2020.  Caitlin is also an IBCLC (Lactation Consultant) and loves helping women and families navigate their breastfeeding/chestfeeding journey. After two previous hospital deliveries, having the birth of her third child at Holy Family was a life changing experience.  She believes birth should be empowering, safe, and evidence based while respecting the families needs and wishes.  

BSN: Central Methodist University, 2011

MSN: Frontier Nursing University, 2018

DNP: Frontier Nursing University, 2020

 

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