Margie Kline, CPM, LM
Margie Kline, CPM, LM, began her work with women and babies in 1995, serving as a doula, birth & breastfeeding rights advocate, and midwife in New Mexico until relocating to Arizona in 2005. She began her formal midwifery education at Aviva Midwifery Institute in 2009, interning for several months in a high volume birth center in El Paso, Texas, and a busy missionary birthing home in Tay Tay, Rizal, Philippines. She gained additional clinical experience working with a homebirth midwifery practice and a birth center in Phoenix. In 2013 she received her national certification from the North American Registry of Midwives and her Arizona state licensure. She is a member of the Arizona Association of Midwives. Over the course of her career she has observed, assisted or served as primary midwife to over 400 births.
Margie is the youngest of six children, the mother of 7 children and grandmother to 4. She has three teenagers at home, and is engaged to be married. When she’s not attending women and babies, Margie enjoys spending time with family, reading, watching movies, dancing, and attending concerts.
Dr. Erin Victor, ND
Dr. Erin Victoris a primary care physician who focuses on family, women’s, and pediatric medicine as well as fertility and prenatal health. The practice of creating a foundation of health for the family as a whole, with prevention at its core, inspired her to become a physician. Her appreciation of the diversity of people’s lives fostered a passionate desire to help them become the fullest expression of themselves.
After graduating from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, Erin rediscovered her love of obstetrics and began her residency in home-birth midwifery, which she will complete at Womancare Midwifery Center in Flagstaff. Farra Swan ND oversaw Erin’s obstetric residency for nearly 2 years in Tempe, Arizona, and field training which included assisting rural midwives abroad in Senegal, Africa. Erin also serves as a Board Member and officer of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association.
Erin’s philosophy centers on identifying and treating the root cause of a problem rather than just the symptoms, using the body’s innate ability to heal itself when given the tools it needs. This approach often requires in-depth work with nutrition and lifestyle to optimize health. As an expert in prevention and chronic disease, Dr. Victor believes in using customized naturopathic approaches to fit the specific needs of each client.
A native Arizonan, and an outdoor enthusiast, Erin is thrilled to return to the Flagstaff community and is honored to serve at Womancare Midwifery and the Flagstaff Clinic of Naturopathic Medicine.
Emily Dale, CPM, LM
Emily Dale received her Bachelor’s in Zoology from Northern Arizona in 2003. After serving 8 years as a Grand Canyon River Guide, she found herself on the path to becoming a midwife. She received doula training through DONA International and began her internship with Womancare in 2009. She earned an Associate Degree in Midwifery from National College of Midwifery. In 2012 she achieved national certification from the North American Registry of Midwives and state licensure by the Arizona Dept. of Health Services. Her first “catch” was her sweet nephew Natty, and she caught Natty’s brother O’Connor. When she is not catching babies or serving as a river guide, she enjoys hiking, knitting, and spending time with her close extended family including 4 nieces and nephews. Emily is taking a sabbatical from midwifery at this time but will occasionally be available to assist at births.
Mary Ann Baul, LM, RN, CPM, IBCLC
Mary Ann Baul is an internationally board certified lactation consultant and member of International Lactation Consultant Association. She offers lactation counseling and breastfeeding classes at Womancare, and offers home visits for lactation as well. She also works at Flagstaff Medical Center serving breastfeeding women and babies. She is a retired home birth midwife, midwifery consultant, Board Member and Treasurer of the National College of Midwifery. Mary Ann is married, the mother of one son and one grandson, and a native of Flagstaff with nine brothers and sisters. She loves nature, helping breastfeeding families, singing to babies, hiking, vegetarian cooking, and holistic health.