Hi! My name is Jenny Knoll and I am a 2019 graduate of McMaster University’s Midwifery Education Program. I came to midwifery after studying Anthropology, and then working in obstetrical research as well as a number of odd jobs. I started my career in Hamilton, Ontario where I went to school, and got my midwife sea legs. I find so much joy providing care to diverse families at such a profound time in their lives, and the unpredictable schedule of birth work feeds my passion for adventure and means that no day is ever the same. I put this passion to work supporting Indigenous midwifery in Northern communities including Nipissing First Nation and Puvirnituq, Nunavik, and have also spent time midwifing in East and southern Africa. After some time up North, I am excited to return to the Dish With One Spoon Territory of the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinabeg and allied Nations to work with Family Midwifery Care of Guelph and join my own family. In my free time, you’ll find me camping, climbing, cooking, spending time with my rambunctious nieces and nephews, or curled up with a good book. I look forward to meeting you and your family!