We’re happy to welcome our new Eastern Regional Coordinator, Danielle Little, to the March of Dimes NCPHC Team!
Danielle believes in the value of health education and the impact it can have on the overall well-being and success of growing families.
As a certified Lactation Counselor and Childbirth Educator for over ten years, Danielle has seen the impact NCPHC has made in communities, specifically through the March of Dimes collaborative initiative Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait® (HBWW).
HBWW has educated families about the benefits of waiting until at least 39 weeks before giving birth and equipped them with the ability to better dialogue with their healthcare providers about the best decision for their specific family needs. As a result, Danielle witnessed the induction and cesarean rates decrease within the last five years at a Wake County hospital.
Danielle resides in Garner, NC and holds a bachelor’s degree in Child Development from Peace College. In her spare time, she enjoys binge-watching Law & Order and all things Disney, reading to her children, visiting NC beaches, and spending time in her herb garden. Danielle is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Education from Strayer University.