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Meet our Experts

The Best Nest Wellness Community of Authority is a collective of health practitioners who are proponents of holistic perinatal care. The Community of Authority helps support Best Nest Wellness' mission of familial support, education for our customers, inspiration for product formulation, and community advocacy to help all families soar.

Carrie Kimball


I am an experienced perinatal nurse with a specialization in lactation care. I have a diverse background spanning home birth to high-risk settings and bring a mixture of clinical competence and compassionate support to patient and family interactions. I have a background in midwifery, high-risk obstetrics, and substance use disorders treatment in both in-patient and community settings. I center the family in control of decision-making and goal setting. I am currently enrolled in a Community Mental Health and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner program and look forward to continuing my career inperinatal mental health.

Aba Oyedi

RN, Traditional Midwife

Aba Oyedi is a registered nurse and professionally trained midwife who has been working with families since 2008. Her reverence for indigenous modalities that improve physical, mental, and spiritual balance is central to her work. Currently, Aba lives and serves families in southeastern Pennsylvania but reaches a broader community through her tri-state-based virtual practice that supports birthing women by guiding them through deep shadow integration during pregnancy. 

Her practice, Urban Bush: The Living Traditions, centers Whole Woman Wellness, intergenerational holistic health education, and utilizes ritual and psycho-emotional exploration to prepare families for the deeply spiritual work of bringing children into the world.

Hillary Rowenhorst


I began my journey as a Chiropractor at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Overland Park, KS. In 2010, I graduated with my Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree, moved to Boulder, Colorado, and opened the doors to Hilltop Chiropractic North. My journey to chiropractic ignited a passion for adjusting and supporting families so they can thrive. I specialize in prenatal, postpartum, and pediatric care, with multiple courses with the International Pediatric Chiropractic Association, with a certification in the Webster Technique.

As the first chiropractor in my family, I have had the privilege of inspiring other family members to join this powerful and life-changing profession.

Elizabeth Taddiken


Dr. Taddiken is a licensed Naturopathic Physician with a focus on women's health, fertility, and pediatrics at Rockwood Natural Medicine Clinic. In her integrative practice, Dr. Taddiken is privileged to have knowledge and understanding of both ancient, natural healing techniques taught through a naturopathic lens, as well as the diagnostic tools of western medicine.  Both forms of medicine are utilized daily as she addresses her patient’s needs. She loves to guide parents in the best nutrition plan for their children to help them grow up into healthy adults.

She is a mother of two amazing daughters. Her favorite thing to do is camping with her husband, daughters, and friends.

Michelle Gabriel-Caldwell


Michelle is the owner of Baby, Please Birth Services Agency LLC. She is a certified Birth Doula with Bradley, NBDA, and DONA, in addition to being a certified Postpartum Doula with NBDA. Likewise, she is a certified Childbirth Educator teaching the Bradley Method®, Evidence-Based Birth® Childbirth Class and her own Holistic Childbirth Course for The Birth Center of NJ. Michelle is a Breastfeeding Peer Counselor, soon to be a CLE. Michelle serves on the National Black Doula Association (NBDA) Advisory Board, as well as  NBDA® Certified Doula Instructor and Doula Mentor.

Michelle is a mother of two and has been married for 25 years. She is also a full-time Chemical Engineer and Technical Editor.

Meredith Klein


My call to midwifery came when I was studying sustainable agriculture at Cornell University and teaching at a cooperative school with many home birth families. I have an interest in women’s health, women’s choice issues, and healthcare that includes individualized care, informed choice, and body autonomy at its core.

I attended the Oregon School of Midwifery from 1996-1998. Twenty-five years and over 900 births later, I still tear up sometimes as I get to witness families meeting their babies for the first time. Most recently, I obtained my RN amidst a global pandemic in 2021 as the first step in reaching my goal of obtaining my Family Nurse Practitioner degree, with the goal of serving Fig Midwifery clients and the greater community.

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