Daychin Campbell, CCE, DFB has been passionate about birthing since the late-1970s when she first read Immaculate Deception by Suzanne Arms and began volunteering at the Birth Place Resource Center in Menlo Park. As the single mother of a daughter born in 1981, Daychin knows that it truly takes a village to raise children, as the saying goes. Daychin worked as the program coordinator for Touchstone Support Network in the 1980s, facilitating support for families with seriously ill children. From 1988-2007, she worked for Perinatal Programs at Stanford where, among other duties, she coordinated the Resource Mothers Program in the mid-1990s, which provided mentoring, doula and other services to underserved pregnant women and teens. She became certified as a childbirth educator and labor doula during this time and served on the Prenatal Advantage Advisory Board. At Stanford Daychin also helped develop and teach the curriculum for the “Mommies & Babies” course for first and second year medical students. She currently teaches Childbirth Preparation and Comfort Techniques for Labor at Packard Hospital, and Childbirth Preparation and Dancing for Birth at DayOne. Daychin is very excited to join Blossom, which truly has her birthing heart.