Dr. Teri Mitchell, APRN, CNM, IBCLC
Teri has attended to hundreds of birthing families over the course of more than a dozen years, with more than 200 in the role of a midwife. She opened BundleBorn Midwifery in 2016, with the goal of serving a diverse array of families wanting holistic midwifery care, with access to medical services when the need arises.
Jennifer Caswell, MSN, APRN, CPNP-AC/PC
Jennifer has a passion for improving the lives of children. She feels it is important to honor and support families as they care for their children. Her goal is to be a collaborator and advisor for families, who are the specialists in their unique child’s needs. With robust training and background in conventional medicine, Jennifer has also spent the last 5 years learning as much as she can about alternative modalities for supporting and improving health. She likes to incorporate holistic and integrative methods of healthcare whenever possible.
Laura Perkins, Birth Assistant
Laura has trained as a birth assistant through Mercy-in-Action as well as under the direction of Midwife Teri. She began attending births in 2017 & has assisted in more than 30 births, including that of twins, VBACs, and breech. She also keeps the office running smoothly on our midwifery clinic days and is happy to tenderly look after your children during your appointments. She is mom to Henry and Julian, for which she also had Midwife Teri in attendance.
Nikki Knowles, doula, student midwife
Nikki is Student Midwife and a DONA Certified Birth Doula. She is also a co-founder of Dallas Birth Doulas. Her desire to empower and educate women on their choices in birth came from her own empowered natural birth experience in 2011. Nikki’s natural ability to connect with people is one of the many reasons she has seamlessly been able to support many families in the DFW area. She believes that no matter what type of birth a family desires, they should be supported. Nikki understands and firmly believes that all women have a voice in what they want in their birth experience and should not feel otherwise. Because of her passion for education and support before, during and after birth, Nikki has been interviewed by local magazines, YouTube channels, news journals and a national podcast. She was also voted by the Board of Directors to be the Committee Chair of the DONA (Doulas of North America) International Virtual Conference in 2015.
When Nikki is not busy supporting families, she is spending time with her two sweet daughters and super supportive husband. She is a self-proclaimed “modern day hippie” because of her ability to a make natural hair care products, homemade soaps and mixing essential oils…….all while living in the heart of the city!"
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Ashley Greene, RN, student nurse-midwife
Ashley a student nurse-midwife enrolled at the Institute of Midwifery at Jefferson University.
She began this journey in 2013.
"I was pregnant with my fourth child and I previously had a series of unfortunate events that led to Cesarean sections with my two prior births. I desired to have a vaginal birth. Unsatisfied with my past hospital birth experiences, I researched for different options. I found that research suggested that women were more satisfied and safer with midwives. I chose a midwife and it was by far one of the best decisions I made. I knew without a doubt in my mind that I wanted to be that option for women. I knew I wanted to be a midwife."
Ashley has experience as a doula and a Labor and Delivery Registered Nurse. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2017.
Ashley is a busy mother, to 4 beautiful children. She lives south of Dallas, with her husband, three sons, and one daughter. She hopes to one day provide care for underrepresented populations.