Kimm Sun, Certified Nurse Midwife, Woman's Health Nurse Practitioner.
Kimm Sun has been a home birth midwife since 2010. Prior to that, she worked in the hospital system, but has ultimately found that home birthing suits her best. The care allows her to take time, build trust, and appreciate and address the complexity of each individual woman, her family, and their needs.
INSPIRED BY: The human resilience and courage.
ASPIRE TO: I am trying to write the ultimate book of birth.
MY SECRET LIFE: I used to be a hang glider pilot.
BEST THING ABOUT MY JOB: It's constantly making me a better person and a better midwife. Some people, like me, are too lazy by nature to motivate or improve themselves. And newborn oxytocin.
MOST CHALLENGING THING ABOUT MY JOB: Seeing my clients face challenges, not in their ability to birth, but the lack of community support and understanding of their choice to have home birth care.
Kateryn Nuñez, Certified Nurse Midwife, Woman's Health Nurse Practitioner.
Charles Matthews to make his move, cutting to the basket. Then Wagner sent a gorgeous bounce pass to Matthews, who laid the ball in to give the Wolverines a 4-point lead with less than six minutes to play in their N.C.A.A. tournament semifinal on Saturday.
In addition to that assist, Wagner had 16 points and 14 rebounds at that point. It seemed reasonable to ask: Is there anything he can’t do?
A 6-foot-11 junior from Germany, Wagner all but single-handedly brought an end to one of the wildest long-shot runs in tournament history, leading third-seeded Michigan to a grinding, at times soporific, 69-57 victory over 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago.
Michigan will meet either Villanova or Kansas, two top seeds who were to play in the other semifinal later Saturday at the Alamodome. Loyola, the enthralling underdog and one of just four teams seeded so low to reach the Final Four, was seeking to become the lowest seed ever in the