Katie Krebs graduated from Boston University School of Public Health in 2011 with an MPH in Maternal and Child Health, and was a fellow with Dr. Declercq in the 2010-2011 academic year. Currently, Katie is the Education and Development Coordinator for the University of Colorado Cancer Center, creating and implementing training and professional development programs for research staff, including MDs, nurses, clinical coordinators, data managers and regulatory staff. In her spare time, Katie teaches childbirth classes and serves as the President of the Board for a new non-profit dedicated to providing high quality childbirth, breastfeeding, newborn care, and gentle discipline education, and sleep support services to low-income families. Katie also occasionally does freelance writing projects and consults with maternal and child health providers to develop curriculum. With a background in research and medical ethics, Katie has a passion for providing education and support to help women make informed decisions and maintain dignity and autonomy while receiving medical care. Katie’s contributions to the site included the Business of Being Born Classroom Edition toolkit for college and high school classrooms, as well as the initial concept planning for the BBN website. Katie lives in the Denver area with her husband and two lovely toddlers.