Christin Farmer is a dedicated community development and birth professional with a special interest in maternal-newborn stabilization and how racism breeds the social determinants of health. Born and raised in Cleveland, her background includes community advocacy, health and human equity, perinatal support, economic and workforce development. In 2015, Christin founded Birthing Beautiful Communities (BBC), a perinatal support organization with a mission to improve the social and community structures that lead to poor birth outcomes through culture, education, advocacy, support and engagement. As trained perinatal support specialists, Christin and her team work directly with new and expecting moms who are at high risk for infant mortality by social standards, through the prenatal period, labor and delivery, and postpartum period, offering a wide range of holistic. Christin is a graduate of Kent State University and the mother of one son, Jaylen.