Anayah Sangodele-Ayoka, MSEd, MSN, CNM
Anayah Sangodele-Ayoka is a nurse-midwife and innovative culture worker leveraging digital media to impact health and parenting. Clinically, she cares for women across the life span at an independent birth center. Anayah also writes, speaks, and consults with organizations on using social media to deepen community building and leverage social change. Anayah is co-editor of Free to Breastfeed: Voices from Black Mothers (Praeclarus Press) and a consultant for MomsRising. Her work has been written about on Salon.com, HuffPost, Ms. Magazine , Mater mea, MyBrownBaby and ThinkProgress. She is a wife and mother to two curious and agile boys and a graduate of Yale University and Vassar College.