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Dr. Amy Roskin is a board-certified OB/GYN who prioritizes healthcare access and patient safety. She was always interested in being a doctor, and is proud to follow in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother, both physicians. In addition to her clinical work as a doctor, she is also an attorney. She enjoys teaching and mentoring and has been a faculty member at medical and law schools.
Nazaneen cannot remember a time when she didn't dream of being a doctor. It took some time away from medicine, while in business school, for her to realize that obstetrics and gynecology was her calling. She feels the most impact when she is working to empower women to feel greater ownership over their healthcare decisions. When not using every diplomatic tactic to negotiate with her toddler girls, she enjoys painting and was most proud of a family effort entitled “Lady Quarantina” inspired by lockdown.
Dr. Clark has always believed in the healing power of listening and the impact of mental wellness on a person's overall wellbeing. This interest and focus on women empowerment fueled her journey to becoming an international expert in reproductive psychiatry/women's and maternal mental health. She is a researcher, educator, clinician, and thought leader who is committed to advancing mental health care for all birthing people and their families.
Tamara is a pediatrician who has felt a calling to work with kids since she was a child herself. A Floridian who grew up in Jacksonville and trained in Miami, she now is a full-fledged DC resident and loves it. Her passion is provided quality care and empowering Black and Brown families to be able to advocate for themselves and their children. She is a growing public health expert and loves teaching students, collegeues, families, and anyone who will listen. Tamara loves travel adventures with her husband around the world, and they are looking forward to their next adventure adding a baby to their family at the end of 2021.
Dr. Susan Feingold envisioned becoming a psychologist at an early age and pursued a PsyD in clinical psychology with dreams of healing and helping many. With her second child, Susan experienced postpartum depression and anxiety (PMAD) which changed her life mission and career path, and she became a specialist in the treatment of perinatal mental health almost 3 decades ago. Susan, along with her life partner, shepherded the first ever postpartum criminal law through the Illinois legislature to become the first postpartum psychosis/depression law in the nation in 2018. Along with her clinical work, she is dedicated to advancing postpartum legislation throughout the U.S. and is nationally and internationally known as an expert, speaker, and author on PMAD and perinatal advocacy to change outdated laws .
After her own experience with perinatal depression, Dr. Yeaton-Massey redirected her clinical focus to increasing awareness and improving the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders in the perinatal period. Dr. Yeaton-Massey believes that there is no health without mental health and has committed her career to ensuring the next generation of obstetric providers has the education and resources to care for the mental health needs of their patients.