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Ask An Expert: Women and Wellness
Join us for our new Ask An Expert series! Once a month, as part of SSTB's Community and Leadership program, we will put the spotlight on our entrepreneurs for a panel discussion followed by a networking session!

This month, we’re honoring Women's History Month by featuring conversations with wellness experts on balancing personal self-care, emotional wellbeing, and growing your small business!

Meet our Panelists!

Jennifer Molina (she/her) is the founder of United in Birth LLC, a doula collective dedicated to changing the perinatal landscape for marginalized communities (LGBTQIA+, Black, Indigenous, Latine, etc.) in New York City. As a doula and herbalist, she uses ancient healing methods and plant medicine to support her clients through their transitions into a joyful and healthy parenthood. To learn more, visit or @thejenmolina on Instagram.

Kari DeWitt (she/her) is an LGBTQIA+ empowerment coach and spiritual mentor, who has been coined as the "F*** Yes Coach". Kari’s work in the LGBTQIA+ community has been mostly focused on working with late bloomers like herself. Kari added spiritual mentoring to her offerings at the beginning of 2022 after being certified in Akashic Field Healing. You can find more about Kari, ways to connect with her, and what she is currently offering on her website

Amy Spring (she/her) is the founder of Wise-Transitions, a former physical therapist who has worked for the last 30+ years as a Healthcare leader in home care agencies, hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. Wise-Transitions is dedicated to providing coaching, guidance and education for Caregivers on where to start, where to find resources, and just how to navigate and transition into new roles. This includes educating, 1:1 coaching, planning for healthcare, safety and relationship needs. She also provides guidance to finding and setting up community resources.

Mar 22, 2023 04:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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