Community Engagement: An Introduction to Volunteerism & Outreach
Partnerships are the Key to Sustainability
Racism in Reproductive Healthcare
Maternal Mortality & Morbidity
Breastfeeding in the Black Community
Porsche Marie Holland-Otunba, M.S., CLC, C-CBE is a gifted Strategist, Consultant, and Speaker. She is a two-time AmeriCorps VISTA Alum, Civic Engagement Instructor, and contributor to National Service Member Development in the state of Pennsylvania.
Porsche is the Founder of Reclaim Black Motherhood (established Feb. 2021), and the go-to birth and postpartum educator for both experienced and new moms as well as care workers devoted to growing and making a purpose-driven impact, while earning income in a field they love. She is a trained as a Birth & Postpartum Doula, Certified Lactation Counselor, Certified Childbirth Educator. Additionally Porsche is a Birth Worker Mentor/Trainer.
Porsche is a Founding Member of Philadelphia's Maternal Wellness Village, Member of the Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for People of Color, and Professional Member of Evidence Based Birth.
Porsche has been a featured panelist and workshop facilitator since the beginning of her Birth Worker journey in 2017 and has touched audiences locally in Philadelphia and nationwide. She is known to be a very engaging and knowledgeable expert on many topics pertaining to maternal health (particularly in the Black community).