Hi, I'm Jenna Mozingo, CD(DONA). I began studying as a doula in 2011, as I began to learn about the intersection of policy and public health. By supporting others through reproductive losses, intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and incarceration, I learned the value of advocacy and support through the process. I have become enamored with birth stories, and storytelling generally. I am still fascinated with people's collective/intuitive/experiential knowledge of birth and the mutual impact of our personal reproductive experiences and broader social and political narratives.
I live west of Oklahoma City and love connecting with clients out west, but the majority of my clients live in the metro area: OKC, Edmond, Norman, Yukon & Mustang. I don't mind traveling within a 90 minute radius and have never missed a birth.
Self-determination. Control over sex and reproduction are basic human rights. We have the right to consent to sex, pregnancy, and medical treatment.
Personal Intuition. Our heads, hearts, and guts govern decision-making together. There is not one right path for everyone when it comes to medical decision-making and parenting.
Unconditional Support. We deserve support free of conditions, judgment, blame, or disrespect.
Horizontal Health & Wellness. We should strive to cultivate daily wellness practices in our lives and networks of support and health information in our communities for all the days in the year we don't see our health care providers.
Reproductive Justice. Sexual and reproductive health issues are intersectional human rights issues. Reproductive oppression is a systemic issue with compiling factors: race, ability, class, gender, sexuality, age, native language, national origin, and immigration status.