Partnering with corporations to support breastfeeding/chestfeeding families in the workplace can benefits the working parent, the corporation, the community and the IBCLC.
This session will cover communicating with corporations about the benefits of offering their employees lactation support, structuring an effective program, and maintain your the ethical obligations as an IBCLC.
We will also explore the ethical obligations of the IBCLC and how to provide clinical care in the corporate setting.
I’m so grateful to have every resources I need available through Annie’s courses, this answered the questions I had in mind regarding corporate lactation and helps me know exactly where to start!Brittany Smith. IBCLC
The speaker gave really great insight on the different settings to do lactation consulting.Brittany R Smith, IBCLC
Leah Jolly, IBCLC is the owner of a thriving group practice in Houston, TX and runs a lactation clinic through a pediatric office. She presents regularly on breastfeeding and lactation to families and professionals, and facilitates corporate lactation programs for several large corporation in the Houston area. She is also the cohost of the Lactation Business Coaching podcast.
“I have facilitated successful corporate lactation programs for 2 large oil and gas companies for over 6 years. I have assisted with development and expansion within these programs.”Leah Jolly, IBCLC