Julie Davey has been with CWH since 2010. Born in New Jersey and raised in Gainesville, she holds both a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Education & Behavior from the University of Florida and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers. For nearly three years, while completing her Master’s of Science degree in Nursing at UF, she worked as an RN at Shands Hospital.
Fun Facts about Julie Davey
My favorite team to cheer for is: Florida Gators
The best trip I ever took was to: Maui
My favorite hobby is: Staying active through exercise and yardwork
Amanda Husband has been with CWH since 2014. She graduated from the University of Florida, with Master’s degree in Midwifery and received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from University of Central Florida. As a midwife, she has worked in a variety of birth settings from birth center at home to a high risk teaching hospital.
Monique Stevens is a graduate from the University of Cincinnati, with a CNM Master’s degree. Monique received her Bachelor’s from University of Miami after having served in the U.S. Navy as a Medical Assistant.
As a midwife, she is a dedicated professional with an impressive skill set having worked in actively busy practices while providing personalized care. Monique is well sought after as a care provider.
Cindy Nelly CNM/APRN joined CWH in 2012. She graduated from the University of Florida with her Masters of Science Nursing specializing in Midwifery, and she is currently pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice and Masters of Public Health degrees. Cindy’s clinical experience has been diverse. She has worked internationally in over ten countries providing OB/GYN care in the humanitarian settings. Cindy believes in the collaborative care model, providing midwifery care and MD partnership in delivering patient-centered care throughout a woman’s lifespan.
Cindy was born and raised in Maine and she and has four children.
Erin Smith has been with CWH since 2011. Born and raised in California, she graduated from the University of California, Davis with a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies and Spanish. At University of California, San Francisco she earned her Master’s degree in Nursing and Midwifery.
As a midwife, she has worked in freestanding birth centers, small community hospitals and large urban medical centers.
Christina joined CWH in 2017. She is a Gainesville native and is excited to be serving women and families in her hometown. She holds a Master’s degree in Nursing with a concentration in Midwifery from Frontier Nursing University, a two Bachelors’ degrees in Nursing and Anthropology from the University of South Florida and University of Florida, and a minor and certificate in Latin American Studies. Christina also is fluent in Spanish.
Christina began her midwifery journey as a doula and childbirth educator, and she created a community network of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum professionals advocating for greater choice and empowerment for birthing women, evidence-based maternity care, and community support for new families. She had opportunity to study abroad in Central and South America to expand her understanding of women’s and maternal-child health in the Latin American context in resource-limited environments.
Joni Sands is the newest midwife, joining CWH in January 2019. She is a recent Frontier Nursing University graduate with a master’s degree in nurse midwifery and earned her bachelor’s degree at Chamberlain College of Nursing. She was an operating room travel nurse for over ten years in some amazing locations such as the U.S. Virgin Islands, Hawaii, and Aspen.
As a former licensed midwife, she attended many homebirths, where she promoted waterbirth. As a CNM, her interests include supporting women and families to give birth in whichever space they feel safe. Her long-term plans are to be involved in medical missions, and to empower women in third world countries with the goal of improving maternal fetal outcomes.