Meet The Team
Our team started with a diverse group of millennials volunteering their time, knowledge and services, to improve the support and care given to mothers preconception, during pregnancy and postpartum.
Our team engages with relevant groups and organizations as we continue to create information clusters on pregnancy and motherhood.
Meet Tova, founder of the Dear Mumma Initiative, and lead for Dear Mumma’s Corporate Partnerships and Content Strategy.
Throughout her 15-year career, Tova has worked in advertising and has emerged as an exceptional corporate leader in digital content strategy, sales and marketing, and brand management. Today, she runs her own company, SalesCore Limited, a media consultancy, specializing in corporate social innovation, marketing, and content creation, the organization is dedicated to aligning corporate goals with social impact projects.
She aims is to generate sustainable solutions to challenges facing society. To educate, inform, entertain, and inspire Caribbean people to embrace health and wellness, stand up against stereotypes, break the cycle of inequity and support others. Her projects positively focus on the advancement of women.
Tova is passionate about uplifting others, and she is fierce about protecting them.
Meet Travis, our medical reviewer and contributor for Dear Mumma’s Baby & Beyond section.
Travis graduated as a Medical Doctor from the University of the West Indies in 2016. He completed his internship in San Fernando General Hospital, before joining the Port of Spain General Hospital as a House Officer in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). He forms part of a team caring for the sick and premature babies who require specialized care. He has gained remarkable experience in this area.
Travis is also certified in the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative from WHO/UNICEF.
Travis joined the Dear Mumma Initiative with the main intention of sharing knowledge and information to help mothers/parents to keep their babies healthy and to make informed decisions.
Meet Kimberley, with a first degree in Biology, Environment and Natural Resource Management and a MSc. in Public Health, she is our lead contributor on biological terms associated with the human body and reproduction.
Kimberley currently teaches sciences and has a wealth of experience from her previous jobs. She worked in health and safety at Petrotrin, she was a member of the research teams, for the primary care division at the North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) and epidemiology for the sickle cell unit at UWI Mona.