The North Dakota Breastfeeding Coalition is comprised of statewide partners working on breastfeeding promotion and support efforts across the state.
Membership dues are based on a calendar year, January 1 to December 31 and is open to anyone interested in advancing the North Dakota Breastfeeding Coalition.
Members will receive the following benefits:
First-hand information from the United States Breastfeeding Committee and North Dakota Health and Human Services
Meeting agendas and minutes
Opportunities to network
View this document to become connected to a local breastfeeding coalition in your area. Local Breastfeeding Coalitions.
North Dakota Breastfeeding Coalition Board of Directors
NDBC is governed by a volunteer board of directors who are elected by the membership. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- President: Brea Hagen
- Past President: Marie Jensen
- Vice President: Emily Woodley
- Secretary: Carly Ostenrude
- Treasurer: Ferlice Evenson
All North Dakota mothers deserve the opportunity to breastfeed their infants, and all infants deserve the opportunity to be breastfed. Ensuring access to comprehensive, interdisciplinary, culturally appropriate lactation and breastfeeding care and services from preconception through weaning will empower women to breastfeed their infants exclusively for at least six months and to continue through the child’s first year of life and beyond while introducing appropriate weaning foods.
Building a healthy North Dakota through connections, communication and working collaboratively with communities to protect, promote and support breastfeeding.
We envision breastfeeding as the norm for feeding infants and young children throughout North Dakota.
Improve connections and communication with our local partnerships by providing resources and support them to meet their goals.