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Nicole Peluso, IBCLC, CD, CAHPE

Nicole Peluso is the manager of lactation services and education for Aeroflow Breastpumps. She is a board certified lactation consultant, certified parenting educator, birth and postpartum doula, La Leche League Leader, and maternity health insurance specialist. She has been in the field of lactation for over 20 years and is the mother of four children.

Casey Iles, CLC

Casey is a Louisiana native and mother of six breastfed children. First in her family to breastfeed for three generations, she soon had friends and new mothers seeking her out for advice which inspired her to pursue lactation CLC training. Casey specializes in breastfeeding with perinatal mood disorders, latch challenges, and babycare. Casey was raised as a bluegrass fiddle player from the age of five and won many championships as a young woman.

Bianca Balogh, RN, BSN, IBCLC

Bianca Balogh, RN, IBCLC, is the Social Media Content Coordinator at Aeroflow Breastpumps. A mom of two breastfed boys, Bianca first became interested in helping moms breastfeed after working in in-home postpartum care and realizing how many moms have goals to breastfeed but give up quickly without support. Bianca specializes in multiples, NICU babies, and pumping after loss.

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Jacque Ordner

As a registered nurse and IBCLC, Jacque has worked with breastfeeding families in the clinic, hospital, WIC, and private practice settings. As a mom of four, Jacque is intimately familiar with the struggles that face breastfeeding families, and she loves helping families create personalized feeding plans to help them reach their breastfeeding goals. She has devoted much of her career to creating lactation, birth and baby care educational programs that equip new parents for the journey ahead. Jacque is passionate about finding ways to make pumping more effective, comfortable, and sustainable.

Focus areas: Pumping, Flange Fitting, Adoptive Breastfeeding

Certifications: Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), RLC

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Caitlyn Tivy, PT, DPT, OCS

Dr. Caitlyn Tivy is a doctor of physical therapy specializing in pelvic health for people of all ages and genders. She has completed advanced training in women’s health and the pre- and postpartum periods, and she writes extensively on pelvic and women’s health topics.

Kay Rybiski, BSN, RN, IBCLC

Kay Rybiski, BSN, RN, IBCLC, is a lactation consultant and registered nurse located in Texas. She specializes in pre-frenectomy assessments and preparation, breast refusal, and insufficient glandular tissue. Originally a journalist, Kay found her interest in lactation during her experiences as a nurse in the newborn nursery. Kay enjoys baseball, gardening, reading, and spoiling her grandchildren.

Allison Walsh

Allison Walsh, IBCLC, LCCE, FACCE is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator, and doula in private practice in New York. She is a founder of the Lactation Learning Collective which mentors IBCLC candidates, co-director of the NYC Lamaze Childbirth Educator Program, a La Leche League Leader, and a delegate to the United States Breastfeeding Committee. She has served in various leadership roles including President of Lamaze International and member of the Board of Directors of Haven Midwifery Collective. Allison is a graduate of Syracuse University and mother of three formerly breastfed children. 

Amanda Hatch, BBA, CLC

Amanda Hatch, BS, CLC, is the Administrative Manager for Aeroflow Breastpumps Lactation. With a background in medical billing, Amanda first became interested in lactation through her work as an Aeroflow Breastpumps senior customer service representative. Amanda specializes in perinatal mental health, exclusive pumping, and breastfeeding after adoption. 

Alesha Simuel

Alesha Simuel is a Registered Nurse who works in the labor & delivery setting. She also has experience in obstetrics & lactation, and serves as a postpartum support coordinator in multiple North Carolina counties with Postpartum Support International (PSI). As a mother herself, Alesha works to support her community by being a resource to any woman at risk for or experiencing a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder.

Anne Wanlund

Anne is a maternal mental health advocate and mom of a spunky toddler. Canopie’s signature programs use clinically-validated techniques to make calmer, healthier, and more resilient moms in just twelve days.