General Info
Jillian Carpenter
Birthworker Type
Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Childbirth Educator, Lactation Support, Other
Hi, there! I'm Jillian. I'm a birthworker and feminist changemaker ☺ I’ve been a doula since 2018 and supported nearly 100 families as they've navigated fertility, pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.

I'm also a mom to two daughters, Lottie (5 years) and Evangeline (7 months). During my first pregnancy, I rocked a 3 day induction at the hospital, and with my second, I achieved a candlelit waterbirth in my bedroom; both were positive, empowering experiences that were the right decision for me. I believe you know what's right for you!

As a doula, my strengths are empathy, compassion, non-judgment, and championing you to believe in yourself and your strong, unique, beautiful body. I'm obsessed with both the physical and mental/emotional aspects of support that can bring more comfort and ease to your birth experience.

I have personal experience with pregnancy loss, infertility (IVF), Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, and weight bias in the healthcare system. All bodies are good bodies, and I consider it a special honor to serve families facing these challenges.

When I’m not supporting a birth or meeting with clients, you can find me snuggled up on the couch watching cult documentaries on Netflix, cooking for those I love, or knocking doors for pro-choice political candidates. I have a heart for advocacy and believe we need to work at both individual and systemic levels to make sustainable social change.
Business Name
MSP Doulas
Price Range
Greater than $1300
Years of Experience
Number of Families Served
Certifications Qualifications
DONA (DONA International), ICEA (International Childbirth Education Association), Childbirth International, COPE (Community Outreach Perinatal Education)
Childbirth Education
ICEA (International Childbirth Education Association)
College Education
Solo practice
Specialized Training or Experience
Teens, Over 40, Families conceiving with ART and IVF, VBAC, Home Birth, LGBTQ Families, Postpartum mood disorders, High risk, Survivors of Previous Life Trauma