Meet the Team
Program Manager, The Pregnancy HUB
Morgan Glover, CBE, CBS, LCI l She/Her l Morgan@pregnancyhub.org
Morgan is honoured and deeply humbled to reside on the unceded ancestral territory of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, where she enjoys life in the north with her partner and two young kids.
Morgan is committed to empowering people with evidence-based information and trusting them as the experts of their experiences. Morgan's training and experience as a Dual-Certified Childbirth Educator, a Certified Breastfeeding Specialist, a Lactation Consultant Intern in pursuit of IBCLC, a Certified Birth and Postpartum Doula, and a parent who respects that the journey from pregnancy through early parenthood is unforgettable, holds profound emotional significance and is unique for everyone, has shaped her person-centered approach to care. Morgan's passion for support and ability to identify resource deficits, develop programs, and evoke positive change contribute to her role as Program Manager of The Pregnancy HUB and owner/operator of Be With Birth Childbirth Education and Infant Feeding Support, which together provides the privilege of serving and journeying alongside individuals and families across BC.
Jenna Lang | she/her | email@example.com
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.
Heather Cameron, BScN., RN. | she/hers | firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Pregnancy HUB Facilitators
Colleen Bunbury, IBCLC l She/Her l Lactation Cafe Facilitator
is a Pregnancy Worker, Postpartum Doula, Childbirth Educator and International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant. She is passionate about supporting families with Infant feeding, birth and parenting and has been serving in this capacity for 15 years. When not engaged in this important work, she enjoys spending time with her family, including many pets, gardening, volunteering, and reading.
Jenn Betts, HSW l She/Her l Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program Facilitator
Is a Mama of 3, and Grannie to 3. Jenn enjoys being an eternal learner, and is a firm believer in connection and human kindness. She has worked in Pregnancy Outreach for 20 years, and has been a Nobody’s Perfect Facilitator for 22 years.
Josh Lockhart, MC, RCC, CCC l He/Him l Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program Facilitator
Josh is a geeky therapist who works with children, youth, and adults. He takes a trauma, attachment, and positive psychology focus to his work. He is a husband, father to two, bonus dad to two, a foster dad. He has been a Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Facilitator for over a decade.
Stephanie George, IBCLC l She/Her l Human Milk 101 Facilitator
Is a Mohawk/Turtle Clan & French Canadian. Mom, wife, sister, daughter, Auntie. Indigenous Midwife. IBCLC (Lactation Consultant). Past President, ILCA, Instructor at McMaster University and York University. BA (Hons) Trent University. PPD Support Person. Former or current member of Lactation, IPV,
and Arts boards.
Amy Greene l She/Her l Mothers for Recovery Support Group Co-Facilitator
My name is Amy I am a mother of a teenage boy. I am the Peer Facilitator of this Mother for Recovery (MFR) Support Group and I am located in the Comox Valley. I have been a part of MFR groups for over 13 years. I absolutely love this group and the safe space with connections MFR has provided for me in my recovery.
Vanessa Hitchcock, RCC l She/Her l Mothers for Recovery Support Group Co-Facilitator
As a Registered Clinical Counsellor, I have a passion for perinatal and maternal mental health. With a prioritization on supporting early healthy attachment, since 2018 I have focused much of my practice on perinatal substance use. In addition to a specialization in trauma, and an understanding of its potential influence on long-term global functioning, I bring a deep appreciation for cultural diversity, and gender inclusivity, into the work that I do.
Dr Alicia Powers, MD l She/Her l Facilitator
I am a family doc who is passionate about the care of young families from pre pregnancy through the entire lifespan! I also work with Dr. Sarah at Grow Health. I started my medical journey with kinesiology, which instilled in me a passion for healthy living as medicine!
Dr Sarah Lea, MD l She/Her l Facilitator
I am a family, maternity and addiction medicine physician. I work with a group of incredible female physicians where we do full service family practice and maternity care. Before medical school I trained in epidemiology and community health, which ignited my passion for accessible and reliable health information!