Meet Our Team
Midwifery allows me to fulfill my passion for improving access to care and embracing cultural diversity. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, renovating my house, and amateur knitting. I look forward to sharing your incredible journey with you!
In her spare time, Abigail creates enamel jewelry (@firedoorstudio) and the cartoon Cranky Owls (@crankyowls) and loves dragging her children to Halton Conservation Areas.
Lynn Hendrick is a registered midwife, who graduated from McMaster University in 2013.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Education and Promotion (1988) from Dalhousie University Lynn and her family moved to Singapore where she gave birth to her third son. Returning to Canada a few years later their family grew again with the arrival of their daughter.
Prior to pursuing midwifery, Lynn worked for the Ontario Lung Association, the Multiple Sclerosis Society and UNICEF in health education and promotion. As part of Lynn’s Midwifery training, she spent a month in Ghana, Africa working as a midwife in a community hospital.
Lynn’s education, work and international experience have had an important impact on her desire to contribute to women’s health in her community.
She live’s by the word’s shared with her by her father, “If you love what you do, you will never work another day of your life”!!
Molly Hockin is a midwife, holistic health supporter, and community advocate. She completed her midwifery education in the United States, graduating in 2015, and completed the International Midwifery Pre-Registration Program (IMPP) at Ryerson University in 2017. She is passionate about informed choice, health equity, and community supports for pregnant people and their families. She has lived and worked in the United States, Mali, Guinea, as well as in Toronto and Cambridge, ON. Molly also works for National Midwifery Institute in the United States.
Molly has a special affinity for homebirth and working with clients through difficult pregnancy experiences including pregnancy loss.
In her free time, Molly likes to hike with her family and her dog and work on way too many projects on her computer.
Hira Khan is a Mother, Doula, Author and Birth Advocate. Hira has been serving and providing prenatal education to the community since 2009. In 2017, Hira Authored her first children’s book on Birth.
Hira believes that every woman is the hero of her own Birth story. Hira has been mentored by several influential teachers of Birth. Hira has travelled and studied at numerous Birthing Centers around the world. In her spare time, she works to build bridges thru social advocacy and encourages interfaith projects and dialogue within the community. Hira is an old soul at heart and enjoys travelling, a good book and writing in her spare time.