Arianna Davis currently holds the position of Community-based Doula at Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA). Armed with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s in Social Work, she is enthusiastically dedicated to supporting her community on a daily basis. Arianna’s life journey includes active involvement in various organizations such as NAACP, Leaders of Tomorrow, and being an alumna of Midnight Golf, among others. Her commitment extends to serving meals to those experiencing homelessness and volunteering to enhance children’s reading comprehension.
A proud graduate of BMBFA’s cohort #6 Doula training program, Arianna has acquired the skills to provide invaluable support to mothers and families throughout the prenatal, birth, and postpartum periods. Going beyond, she also serves as a Mommy Ambassador through BMBFA, contributing to the positive impact on families’ lives. Arianna’s passion lies in effecting positive change in health outcomes for Black women and being an integral part of the uplifting transformation within her community through her involvement with BMBFA.