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Welcome to
he Pregnancy HUB

Meet the Team

Program Coordinator, The Pregnancy HUB

Hayley Bentley, RN. (she/her)

Hayley is a Registered Nurse with a background in working with infants, children, and families since she graduated from Thompson Rivers University in 2015. Hayley has grown up on the unceded territory of the Secwepemc where she is grateful to work, play and raise her own family.
As a Registered Nurse and mother of 5, Hayley recognizes the importance of building a strong supportive network for pregnancy, birth, postpartum and beyond. Hayley is dedicated to providing families with evidence-based information and passionate about increasing the self-efficacy of perinatal people to make informed decisions. With many years experience as a public health nurse, Hayley has demonstrated skills in building strong therapeutic relationships, which support each individual’s and families' unique needs. Hayley is committed to creating a safe and positive learning environment that fosters growth and confidence. Hayley recognizes that everyone has a unique experience with pregnancy, postpartum, and/or the early parenting stages. Hayley’s passion for perinatal education come from her own personal birth experiences and she is thrilled to have the opportunity to support HUB participants.
Outside of her role at The Pregnancy HUB, Hayley enjoys shuttling her kids back and forth to activities, spending time outdoors, watching her children play sports and running.

Administrative Coordinator

Jenna Lang (she/her)

Jenna has lived her entire life of Vancouver Island growing up on the Halalt, Stz’uminus nations and Hul’qumi’num speaking peoples’ territories. Currently, she has the privilege of living in the beautiful territory of the Lekwugen, Esquimalt, & W̱‘SÁNEĆ Peoples with her partner, Shane and their dog.

Jenna has worked in non-profit and community organizations for several years and has experience coordinating administrative and clerical support to best assist the operational needs of staff and the populations they serve. From organizing farmers/artisan markets to developing internal organizational policies, Jenna is passionate about diversity, inclusion, equity and promoting Indigenous cultural safety in her work. 

Outside of work, Jenna spends her time painting with water colours, walking and playing with her dog and enjoys visiting coffee shops with her friends and family.

Executive Director

Heather Cameron, BScN., RN. (she/her)

Heather Cameron is a Registered Nurse with a Perinatal Specialty Certificate who has been working with pregnant people in a variety of settings since 2005.  Her experience includes creating grass-roots programs, public speaking, and spearheading community events. As a Registered Nurse, Heather has worked in multiple settings including withdrawal management, labour & delivery, and maternity.

Heather has a proven track record of being able to bring communities together with her experience organizing conferences, creating grass-roots programs and influencing system changes at the local level.  Two projects that Heather is most proud of included a peer-based recovery support group for birth parents affected by substance use and “Health Pregnancy Care Meetings” that supported perinatal people as early as possible in their pregnancy to overcome identified barriers prior to delivery.  Heather may be most well-known for her delivery of workshops on Supporting Birth Parents and Families with Who Use Substances, presented through multiple conferences in BC, Alberta and featured in the World Harm Reduction Conference in England.  Her volunteer involvement on a variety of committees including Make Children First, Perinatal Connections, Raise-a Reader, and S.W.A.T. (Sex Workers Accessing Treatment) has influenced Heather’s knowledge base and ability to create impactful change within communities.  Heather’s experience, passion and credentials all contribute to her drive to support BC Association of Pregnancy Outreach Programs as Executive Director.

The Pregnancy HUB is a program hosted by BCAPOP.

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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.


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