Brenda earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from James Madison University. She worked as a critical care nurse for 11 years before becoming interested in Women’s Health after the birth of her first child. Brenda completed her final clinical rotations with Physicians & Midwives and joined the practice after graduating from Georgetown University’s midwifery program. She enjoys working with both high and low-risk women to achieve healthy pregnancies and births. Her clinical interests include evidence-based birth, natural family planning, breastfeeding, and postpartum depression.
Brenda lives with her husband and two daughters. When not working she enjoys snowboarding, hiking, camping, and laying on the beach with a good book.