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Alexandra Gonsor


We are a birth concierge service. We offer one-on-one support and personalized packages with unlimited access to evidence based research, customized coaching, and peer support. 


Alexandra Gonsor - Executive Director/Co-Owner

  • AHA CPR certified for adults and infant/children

  • Certified labor doula - Birth Arts International

  • Holistic remedies & therapeutic provider (herbs, essential oils, basic homeopathic remedies)

  • 2020Mom/PSI - Maternal Mental Health Support Specialist

  • Perinatal Outreach & Encouragement (POEM) - Maternal Mental Health Support Specialist

  • Certified Peer Support Specialist (GA)

  • NAMI Homefront Leader

  • 200-Hour Yoga Teacher - My Vinyasa Practice (in process)

  • Certified bereavement doula - Stillbirth Day (in process)

  • Certified postpartum doula - Maternity Wise (in process)

  • Student Midwife - Midwives College of Utah (in process)

Birth work has always called to me. I knew that I wanted to experience birth to the fullest in whatever method and modality felt comfortable to me without negative influence from my family, friends, or medical providers. I was often overwhelmed by my changing body and fluctuating hormones. My rotating care providers gave different advice at every visit for what would be best for my family and I and I wasn’t sure what decisions I should make and how I could communicate those decisions to people who were in positions of power about my care. So, I hired a doula for my pregnancies so that I would have an advocate and a person who was knowledgeable about birth at my side to support and educate me about my choices. My doulas were so valuable to my experiences, and I knew that I wanted to provide a similar type of support to other families who might feel overwhelmed during their pregnancy like I did.

Birth work is my calling- not a career or a job. I truly believe that I can make a difference in the maternal experience of the families I serve. I will be by your side being your cheerleader, trusting you to make the best decisions for your family, and advocating for you in support of those decisions.

My community work includes volunteering and fundraising for Postpartum Support International - South Carolina (PSI-SC). I provide partial or full birth doula scholarships for low-income families and families of color and LGBTQ+ families. I work with a local maternal mental health therapy practice to support maternal and perinatal mental health. I also facilitate and run several free or low-cost support groups for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Postpartum Depression.​

*LGBTQIA+, kink, poly, BDSM, non-monogamous friendly provider.

Catherine Warner

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Catherine is a North Carolina native living in Maryland. She graduated with her Master’s in Social Work from UNC Chapel Hill - go heels!


Catherine has a passion for maternal mental health and is certified with her Perinatal Mental Health Certification through Postpartum Support International. She has experience working with individuals and families in private practice as well as within the hospital setting as a counselor and birth doula. 

She is a sex positive, kink allied, and LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist and doula and believes families of all shapes and sizes deserve respect, care, and support. 


Outside of work, Catherine enjoys spending quality time with her wife and three sweet pets (2 dogs – Marnie & Wally and 1 cat – Ellie) as well as trying every coffee shop in her community. 


Lauren Bella

  • Doula intern

  • Certification in process

Lauren is a compassionate doula intern who finds joy in supporting pregnant individuals and their families. In addition to her work, she also runs a working farm. With her kind and empathetic nature, Lauren is dedicated to providing the best care possible for her clients.

Abby Pimentel

  • Full-spectrum doula certification in process

Hello families!


I’m Abby (she/her/ella), a dedicated Latina postpartum doula with over a decade of experience working closely with families, newborns, and small children. I am from New Jersey but moved to Savannah last year with my husband after 4 years on O’ahu, Hawai’i. 


My dedication to this role is rooted in my early experiences supporting my older cousins as they welcomed their own babies into the world. I was overjoyed to help with household tasks and provide a nurturing presence, enabling the parents to take moments for themselves. Long before I knew the term "doula," I was fulfilling the role's essence—offering care, comfort, and guidance during the delicate postpartum phase. I believe in the importance of being there in any way that postpartum people need, recognizing that every person’s journey is unique.


In my commitment to further enhance my skills and knowledge, I am currently undergoing training and pursuing certification through Birthing Advocacy Doula Training. This training equips me with the latest evidence-based practices and valuable insights to better serve the families I work with.


I am deeply committed to creating a safe and inclusive space for all individuals I support. As a trauma-informed doula, I prioritize sensitivity to the unique needs and experiences of each person. I am proud to be an LGBTQIA+ ally, ensuring that all birthers feel respected and valued.


With a heart dedicated to the well-being of postpartum individuals and their families, I am honored to walk alongside you during this journey. My goal is to provide the support, care, and understanding you deserve as you embrace parenthood.


¡Se habla español!


Gabrielle Steward

  • Certified Doula - Madriella Doula Network

  • Certified Postpartum Doula - Madriella Doula Network

  • Young Parent Support Specialist - Madriella Doula Network

  • Childbirth Educator Certification - Madriella Doula Network

  • CPR certified

  • Student Midwife - Midwives College of Utah (in process)

Gabby is a Medical Assistant in Pediatrics where she has been for 7 years. She came into birth work about 2 years ago when looking to further her education. What drew her into becoming a doula was learning of the support and education doulas provide and realizing that if she had a doula when she was birthing her children, she would have had better experiences with her two unplanned cesarean deliveries. Gabby doesn’t want any mother, baby, or family to feel the helpless feelings she felt. After assisting her first birth client, she chose to go into midwifery, and is currently a Student Midwife and learning more each and every day.


Gabby offers prenatal and postpartum doula services and childbirth education. She also serves and gives back in the Savannah Community volunteering with The Living Vine Maternity Home. She served six years in the Army Reserves. Gabby comes with the skills to be flexible and understanding in any stress level situation. She supports with grace and compassion and works with medical staff and clients with a servant leadership mindset. She is from Columbus, Ga, and has been in the Savannah area since being stationed here in 2012. She’s grown to love the area, community, the people she’s met and is looking forward to giving support to families during this big adventure in their lives.

*Teen pregnancy friendly

Jenna Bert

Jenna is a Beaufort, SC part-time photographer who just loves capturing moments. It started off as a hobby and it quickly became a passion - a passion to make other people happy and feel confident when they see themselves through the way she sees them in her lens.


Jenna was born and raised in Southern Illinois but has been all over the place. Her husband is a Marine and they have been fortunate enough to be stationed in multiple different locations which is how they came to be here in beautiful Beaufort. She currently works not only as a photographer but as an acro coach at her daughter's dance studio. She's also heavily involved in the local military spouse's community.

When you choose Jenna as your birth photographer, you can expect her to expertly be unobtrusive, to be compassionate, and most importantly - make you feel comfortable in front of the camera (because you won't even notice she's there!) so we can capture your beautiful birth.

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