Sara Jane Cantwell is a wife, mother of three and active philanthropist. She grew up locally and attended college at Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas where she studied nursing. She has been married to her husband Chad since May 2002. All three of their children were premature and NICU patients. Her youngest child and only son entered the school system at four years old after he was diagnosed with Autism. His diagnosis along with her passion for helping in the community kick started her work in philanthropy. Sara Jane enjoys spending time with her family, exploring Austin and the local hill country. Sara Jane joined the MMBA board of directors in January 2020.
“I was introduced to Mother’s Milk Bank at Austin during my volunteering experience on site through The Junior League of Austin, I fell in love with the mission and passion behind MMBA’s process and outreach.”
Aphrica Farrow, IBCLC, CD (DONA)
Aphrica is an IBCLC, certified DONA doula, birth assistant, placenta encapsulation specialist, and
mother of four. Aphrica is the founder of Womban Evolved, LLC and is an active doula with
Black Mamas ATX. For the past six years Aphrica, has dedicated her time and efforts
supporting and educating pre and postnatal families of color. This care and support has proven
to have powerful impacts on Black maternal health outcomes, their positive perceptions of their
birthing experience, and is a critical part of the solution to the maternal health disparities that
plague communities of color. Aphrica has worked as a Breastfeeding Peer counselor at WIC
and Mom’s Place. She served two years as an active member on a COVID research advisory
board for the University of San Francisco California called C.E.R.I.S.H. Aphrica’s purpose is to
save lives, reduce black maternal health disparities, increase breastfeeding rates and longevity,
and promote a cultural norm. She has supported over 70 families as a doula and countless
more with lactation.
Jeanne Anne Martin
Jeanne Anne Martin is a wife, mother of three and a volunteer of various organizations including CASA. She grew up in North Carolina and attended college at UNC-Greensboro where she studied psychology and art. She moved to Austin in 1998 to attend UT’s School of Social Work and worked in mental health until she married and had her first child Davis. Her relationship with the Milk Bank began shortly after her son’s birth as he was diagnosed with failure to thrive and her family doctor wrote a prescription for human milk. Additionally, her twin daughters were born prematurely and also benefitted from human milk during their NICU stays. These experiences led her to a deep gratitude and appreciation of MMBA and she has been an active supporter ever since. Jeanne Anne enjoys ceramics and making sculptures, eating out, and traveling with her family. She is honored to join the MMBA board of directors.
Alyssa Walden, MD
Lashauntee L. Jones, MSN, RN, RNC-OB, C-ONQS
Lashauntee L. Jones, MSN, RN, RNC-OB, C-ONQS is a nurse manager at Texas Children's Pavilion for Women North Austin Outpatient Women Services. She received her BSN and MSN from The University of Texas at Austin. Throughout her 14-year nursing career, she has focused primarily on health equity, quality, and patient safety in high-risk obstetrics. Lashauntee is a faculty member for the TexasAIM Severe Hypertension in Pregnancy Learning Collaborative. In addition, she has served in the roles of Level IV Maternal Program Manager, ACOG nurse surveyor, TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer, and Clinical Nursing Instructor. "I remember being so excited to volunteer for Mothers Milk Bank Austin as an undergraduate in nursing school. It is an incredible privilege to serve as a Board Member for this organization whose impact is worldwide."
Yujuan Hua, CPA
Yujuan is a financial controller at National Oilwell Varco in Houston. She was introduced to MMBA as a new mom in 2019 by her local breastfeeding support group. As she learned about the benefits of lactation support and breastmilk for her own healthy daughter, she also became aware of such benefits for premature babies and mothers with lactation challenges and began donating her excess milk until her daughter was weaned. She has continued her commitment to the mission of MMBA by serving its Finance Committee beginning in 2019, and later, joining its board of directors. Yujuan holds a master’s degree in accounting from Indiana University and lives in Houston with her husband and daughter. She enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, running, drinking tea, and eating spicy food.
“I have been surprised and encouraged by the passion and dedication of breastfeeding advocates, first by the IBCLC's and breastfeeding support groups, and now by the MMBA staff and members. It’s an honor to serve on the board, and I look forward to contributing to an organization that makes positive impacts on the most fragile babies and their families.”
Lakshmy Vaidyanathan, MD
Dr. Vaidyanathan is a Board Certified Pediatric Hospitalist at Ascension Seton Medical Center, Austin. She joined the University of Texas Dell Medical School Faculty as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in 2016. Dr. Vaidyanathan is a Fellow of Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine since 2017. She is also certified as an IBCLC since 2013. Dr. Vaidyanathan obtained her Medical degree from the University of Calicut, India and completed her Pediatrics Residency training at Children’s Hospital of Austin. She has been practicing in Austin with Seton Family of Hospitals since 2000 and has been a teaching faculty for Pediatrics and Family Practice Residency Programs. Dr. Vaidyanathan has been instrumental in establishing the Donor Milk program in the Well Baby Nursery at Seton Medical Center, Austin. Dr. Vaidyanathan and her husband have lived in Austin for the past 25 years and have 2 daughters.
“I am honored and excited to serve the MMBA and to promote breastfeeding, good health and well being of newborns. I am extremely proud of all of MMBA’s accomplishments and incredible life saving efforts”.
Jana Sharpe-Sanders is the daughter of Dr. George Sharpe, one of the cofounders of Mothers’ Milk Bank Austin, and the Milk Bank has been a very important part of her life from the beginning. Since Dr. Sharpe’s passing in 2006, Jana has increased her involvement with the Milk Bank, becoming a milk donor in 2009 after the birth of her second child. Jana works in physical therapy in the Austin area, and is married with two daughters: Kira and Keelin.
“Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin has been a part of my family since day one, and I am lucky to have been able to be a milk donor, financial donor, and now serve on the Board of Directors. I am proud of the work that my father started, and what the MMBA has done in reaching out to our local community and beyond, to the international community. The education about the benefits of breastmilk, medical research, and constant need for financial donations, to support us in our mission to save the lives of medically fragile infants, is vital to our success and health of the human population, worldwide.”
Elizabeth Polinard, PhD, RN
Elizabeth Polinard received her PhD in Nursing from The University of Texas at Austin and is currently the Clinical Professional Development Consultant for Perinatal and Neonatal Services for the Ascension Seton healthcare network. In this role, she creates and implements clinical education for both new and experienced nurses as well as other healthcare providers. Additionally, as co-founder and co-chair of the Ascension Texas Council on Racial and Health Equity, Elizabeth envisions a world in which health disparities no longer exist. Her membership on the MMBA Board is part of this work. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, hiking, and spending time with her exceptional family.
“What a privilege to serve the MMBA as a Board member. Not only is this organization’s mission a sacred one but - one of life’s many synchronicities - Dr. George Sharpe, co-founder of the MMBA, was my oldest son’s neonatologist 28 years ago.”
Veronica Hendrix, LVN, IBCLC, RLC
Veronica Hendrix is a nurse and lactation consultant who has been assisting mother-baby dyads to successfully breastfeed for over 18 years. She is passionate about bringing awareness to the community about the benefits of mother's milk and has been serving as the Program Coordinator in state government for the Texas WIC program's Texas Ten Step Program. This designation program aims to build support for breastfeeding from healthcare providers in hospitals and birth centers across the state through implementation of the WHO/UNICEF's Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding, a bundle of evidence-based practices that improve health and breastfeeding outcomes. Veronica joined the Board of Directors of MMBA in January 2019.
"I believe it is a basic human right for every infant to receive their mother's milk or donor human milk. There is so much more to learn about the benefits and uniqueness of this extraordinary fluid and it goes without saying that the most critical infants should be receiving this opportunity without question. I am eager to do what is needed to support the mission of Mothers' Milk Bank at Austin, and look forward to the exciting work ahead."
My "why" started over 20 years ago when I was facing my own challenges as a new mother struggling to breastfeed. I was fortunate to have a supportive husband, family, and access to a friend of mine who was an IBCLC who could help support me and my baby throughout our feeding experience. Breastfeeding is natural, but takes skill that we don’t always come to the table with, and as I share with the clients I work with today, it is like a dance between two people and both are learning.
Every mother and baby have the right to live and thrive in a society where the healthiest choices for their family are the default choices. What I've learned since I started down this path though is in order for a woman to be successful in reaching her breastfeeding goal, like me, she must have support at every turn- including where she gives birth, where she lives, and where she works. Access to well-informed lactation support should be, but isn't available to everyone. The transition between the hospital and community so that continuity of care is seamless, should be, but isn't available to everyone. The opportunity to return to work and continue to express breastmilk for your baby should be, but isn't available for everyone. And, you may not know this too, but access to life-saving breastmilk should be, but isn't available to everyone.
Joining MMBA added to my personal mission to ensure that all mothers reach their breastfeeding goals and that every baby has access to life-saving donor breastmilk. This is my why- and I look forward to the day when my work in this area is no longer needed because every mama is successful, and every baby has the healthiest start to their life!"
Founder at Austin Impact Capital, John brings to the MMBA Board of Directors twenty years of executive financial management experience. He has served in a variety of financial and operations roles in public and private technology companies. He is active in the Austin-area social impact investing space in the healthcare and education technology sectors. In addition to the MMBA, he serves on the boards of directors at Mission Capital, Charity Dynamics, and the Austin Community College Foundation. He earned an M.B.A. from UT Austin.
“I love the mission of MMBA, because it exemplifies the commitment of families in the community supporting other families. Moms volunteer and donate human milk that nourishes tiny preemie babies in need. And MMBA ensures that this life-saving milk is safe and effective for these at-risk infants.”
Nan Kinzler holds a Masters in Architecture from UT Austin. She has over 35 years of experience in both residential and light commercial construction and architectural design. In 2007 she opened her own consulting and construction management firm, Small House Productions.
"While I first became involved with MMBA by providing input to the building design committee; I had an earlier awareness of the need for donor breast milk - while visiting a friend at the NICU, where her son had been born extremely prematurely (26 weeks). Though she was able to provide milk for her son, there were other babies, that were receiving donor milk. I'm excited to be involved with such a crucial program and am looking forward to helping to increase awareness of the continuing need for breast milk donors, and to help broaden the base of financial supporters."
Michael Crowe is a partner with the law firm of Husch Blackwell, LLP. Michael graduated from the UT School of Law and, for over twenty years, has focused his legal energies almost exclusively on healthcare law and policy. He is married to the talented and effervescent Hope Morrison and has three wonderful daughters; Sarah, Amelia, and Natalie. Michael enjoys mowing the yard and watching TV.
“I first heard of the milk bank from Hope, who made sizable deposits after our daughter Amelia was born. Fast forward sixteen years to my law school buddy, Marianne Baker-Bolduc, explaining the history and mission of the milk bank, and asking if I wanted to get involved. I was thrilled to be asked, and am honored to serve this life-saving organization.”
Amanda Koellhofer, B.A.
A former donor mom, Amanda brings more than 15 years experience in marketing and event planning to the MMBA board. After graduating from UT Austin, she enjoyed a sales and marketing career with Dell, NetQoS and Solarwinds before staying home to be a full-time mom to her twin boys. Amanda has also served on boards of the American Marketing Association, Austin Chapter, and the TLLC Child Development Center. She is involved in her church and dedicated to service — especially for kids and families. Amanda loves to read, spend time with family and friends, and travel with her family.
“I learned about the Milk Bank when I had a freezer full of breastmilk near expiration that my twins would not need. I discovered Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin, and I am so proud of the donations I made. The volume of milk that would feed my boys for a few days could feed many sweet babies fighting for their lives for much longer. My breastfeeding days may be gone, but not my passion for saving the lives of babies with a critical need for donor milk. The community created through mothers donating milk, families supporting our Charitable Care program, babies thriving because of another mother’s gift, and recipient family’s appreciation is simply beautiful.”
Peter Untalan, MD
Peter has been providing neonatalogy services with the Pediatrix Medical Group of Austin since 2002. He is driven to ensure the best care to infants, children, and their families. Dr. Untalan, a strong supporter of the power of nutrition and breast milk, served as the President of Mother’s Milk Bank at Austin from 2010-2015. He received his medical degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and performed his residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Peter is thankful for the constant support of his wife Sydney and three children, Antonia, Pedro, and Frances.
“Working with the milk bank is a life mission, because I want to ensure the best nutrition is readily available for our most at-risk babies.”
Julia Weatherby is a healthcare technology professional working to improve the lives of seniors with dementia. Julia volunteers to educate seniors and caregivers on technology. Julia was previously senior project manager in the Medicaid program at Texas Health and Human Services Commission and senior IT consultant for IBM’s healthcare industry clients. She holds a master’s degree in biomedical informatics from Oregon Health & Science University, and a computer science degree from St. Edward’s University. Julia has a renewed passion for the incredible value of donor human milk and lactation support since becoming a mother. Julia enjoys travel, photography, beekeeping and collecting eggs from her backyard chickens.
"I support Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin, because I believe every new parent should have the best alternative available for their child if they can't provide their own breast milk. I want to see MMBA, breastfeeding, and milk banking continue to grow so that worldwide, we can meet the need of every child who is in need of breast milk. I want to see donated breast milk continue to be available, safe and affordable for all fragile infants in need.”
Audelio (Sonny) Rivera, Jr., MD
Neonatologist, Pediatrix Medical Group/St. David’s Medical Center
Carolyn is a Manager at Deloitte Consulting in Austin. She came to MMBA as Board Fellow in the MBA program at the University of Texas at Austin, which matches graduate business students with local non profit organizations. Her Bioengineering background was a good match, and she worked with the board on the ongoing challenge of increasing milk supply to meet growing demand. From this project as well as a NICU tour, Carolyn learned about the challenges recipients face and the profound impact receiving human donor milk has on their ability to thrive. She enjoys exploring Austin with her husband, son, and dog.
"I volunteer for Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin, because I believe the donor human milk we provide can save babies lives, improve their long-term health, and have a positive impact that extends to their families and communities. The work performed every day at MMBA embodies Margaret Mead’s wisdom, ‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.’ I am inspired by the generosity and passion of MMBA’s staff and volunteers and grateful for the opportunity to serve on the MMBA board."
Jennifer Goetz, MD
Jennifer Goetz is a neonatologist with Mednax, Inc. whose primary practice location is St. David's Medical Center. She joined the MMBA board of directors in January 2014. Jennifer obtained her medical degree at the University of Louisville in 2007, then completed a pediatrics residency and neonatology fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. She also earned an M.A. in bioethics and health policy from Loyola University Chicago. In Austin since 2013, brings her passion for hands-on clinical care to her patients in the NICU. She enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and two dogs.
"I see firsthand, every day, the beneficial effects of donor human milk for our smallest and sickest babies.”
Po Chang, MD (ASCP), PhD
Barbara Wilson-Clay, IBCLC
Karen Swenson, MD
David K. Rassin, PhD
Thomas Hale, PhD
Gary Goldstein, MD
Geoffrey Cox, MD
Kim Updegrove, RN, CNM, MSN, MPH
Kim Updegrove was born in New Jersey and has dedicated her career to saving babies’ lives and caring for women and children around the world. A registered nurse and certified nurse midwife (CNM), Updegrove earned a bachelor of science degree in nursing at William Paterson University, a master of public health degree at Rutgers University and a master of science degree in nursing at the University of Pennsylvania. After finishing her MSN, Updegrove left the Penn faculty and moved to New Haven, Conn., where she worked as a CNM, delivering more than 500 babies and providing well-woman care. She also served on the graduate faculty of the Yale University School of Nursing. Kim has devoted her professional efforts to growing the milk bank since 2002. Updegrove is a past president of the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA), and chairs the guidelines committee helping to ensure quality control of donor human milk and cultivates the development of nonprofit milk banks. She has been invited to numerous states, Canadian provinces, China, Korea, Mexico, Poland, and Turkey to foster and mentor milk banks and to speak at regional, national, and international conferences on breastfeeding, milk banking, and women's health. She has been quoted in local media as well as ABC News, NBC News, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. On days off Kim takes her grandson for hikes, plays tennis and talks to all who will listen about the life-saving powers of breast milk.
Molly Fonseca has lived in the Austin area for over 12 years, helping people and non-profits achieve their professional goals. She studied theatre and performance and holds an MFA in Acting from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She moved to Austin shortly after and has found joy in her career supervising and coaching staff, creating structural support and organization, and assisting with financial processes. She is delighted to find herself working with Mother's Milk Bank at Austin, an organization that she has admired for years. Molly also enjoys teaching and directing with the Georgetown Palace Theatre, dancing and performing, and hanging out with her two pet guinea pigs, Tator Tot and Genie.
Office and Communications Associate
Elizabeth was born and raised in Austin, Texas. She attended Warren Wilson College, a tiny hippie
college nestled in the mountains of western North Carolina. A few years after graduation, she moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she worked in academic publishing. She has also worked as a freelance writer, covering everything from Philly’s jazz scene to the complex world of laboratory chemicals. Fleeing the harsh northern winters of Pennsylvania, she moved back to her hometown in 2018. When not at work, Elizabeth can be found reading, drinking too much coffee, defending the Oxford comma, or strolling around her neighborhood with her dog.
Hyram grew up in North West Houston before spending 4 great years at UT Austin where he earned a BA in Business and of course an education in Austin live music experience. He has lived LA, Nashville, and NYC (and a few others) over the years where he has worked in photography, music business and real estate. He is the father of three boys and he and his wife enjoy family, residential real estate, design, art, education, great conversations, day trips, and music. At MMBA, Hyram is the facilities manager making sure that our new home on Dillard Circle is always running smoothly to ensure we continue to save babies' lives. Outside of work, his interests include family, fishing, design and the mechanical world of building, engines, boats, cars and making things.
Community Relations and Equity
Milk Dispensation Assistant
Kara has had the pleasure of serving babies as both an occupational therapist and an IBCLC in Beaumont, TX. Her career began in the NICU, where she saw the impact of breastmilk in premies first hand.
When she moved to private practice, she knew she still wanted to continue her support for NICU families, even if the support would look different.
Cue the Mother's Milk Bank of Austin. Kara opened up Beaumont's first milk bank depot in February of 2018 within her Best Fed Beginnings lactation and feeding therapy practice. It became a wonderful partnership, with nearly 30,000ozs of breastmilk donated in two years. Kara has a BS from the University of Houston and a Master's degree in occupational therapy from UTMB. She earned her IBCLC in 2018.
Beyond her work, Kara enjoys playing with her two children, Natalie and Theodore (aka Teddy). She also volunteers within her community through the Junior League of Beaumont.
Milk Processing Tech
Recipient Program Assistant
Katie grew up in East Texas and went on to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio where she obtained her degree in Public Health. After a couple years of working in Austin, she found the Mother's Milk Bank and is very excited to be back in the realm of public health. Outside of work, she enjoys cycling and running outside. She can also be found cooking a randomly elaborate meal or dessert for fun.
Milk Recipient Program Associate
Jennifer hails from the Midwest but has called Austin home now for over a decade. A graduate from Texas State University, she has focused her career in the work of helping others in their pursuit to live a healthy lifestyle. Currently, Jennifer assists our recipient program with daily operations. An avid gardener and life-long learner, her time spent away from work is filled with family, pets, and the great outdoors.
Recipient Program Director
Melissa is a native Austinite who attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a degree in Child Development and Family Relationships. Before joining MMBA in 2012, she managed a toy library and taught parenting classes for twelve years. During this time, she gave birth to two sons, became passionate about breastfeeding, and began telling other nursing moms about MMBA. Little did she know, years later this would lead her to managing the Milk Recipient Program which dispenses donor human milk to hospital NICUs and Well-Baby Units and outpatient families. Melissa lives in Round Rock with her husband, two teenage sons, and her Golden Retriever, Riley.
Milk Donor Program
Milk Donor Program Assistant
Nicole was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, but raised in Texas. She is still an island girl at heart and hopes to find her way back to the ocean, where she belongs. She attends Grand Canyon University online for Graphic Design/Advertising and will soon have her certification as a childbirth educator and birthing support professional (doula) through Birthing Advocacy Doula Training. Nicole loves to spend her day reading books, hiking, daydreaming, and manifesting. Her motto is, “Be Kind. Show Love. Feel Gratitude.”
Donor Program Assistant
Erika Garcia is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, IBCLC; Certified Birth Doula and Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator, LCCE who has been assisting mother-baby dyads for over 17 years. She studied at Universidad Anahuac Del Norte in Mexico City for her doula & Lamaze certifications and her degree in Perinatal Education. She is passionate about helping new parents navigate the pregnancy, birth, and infancy of their baby. She served her community of El Paso, TX beginning as a volunteer in 2004 at Maternidad La Luz before getting certified and opening her private practice Erika Doula | Powerful Birthing and Lactation Services. Since then, she has supported mothers/families as a doula and Lamaze educator and conducts lactation home visits to teach new mothers/families about breastfeeding and help them overcome any challenges. Erika is a mother of two and initially became interested in this career path when she herself took a Lamaze course during her first pregnancy. She was the director of WIC La Fe in El Paso, Texas and served as a lactation committee member, representing La Fe WIC, at Las Palmas Medical Center in El Paso for Texas Ten Step Achievement.
Donor Program Assistant
Jessica was a Hoosier, living in Indianapolis, Indiana her whole life up until 2022, when she and her husband decided to move to Austin, Texas. They came in hopes of getting away from the harsh Midwest winters and to find more warmth and sunshine to grow their family. Jessica previously worked in healthcare and loves the feeling she gets when she knows she has helped individuals get to the bottom of a problem and is able to resolve the issue quickly and effectively. She can now share this feeling at the Milk Bank, sprinkling gratitude and kind words to her special clientele, being their point of contact once becoming donors. In her spare time, she loves to take her dogs Gizmo and Gracie to the local dog parks and spend as much time outdoors as possible. One of her top hobbies is collecting houseplants and had a collection of over 50 before moving to Texas. She is hopeful that, over time, she can grow her jungle that large once again. She loves to learn all the different ways green things grow and is now learning all the different ways that human breast milk makes babies grow! It’s amazing how the universe works!
Milk Donor Program Manager
Alison grew up in Gloucester, Massachusetts and attended Lasell University just outside of Boston. She worked for a local newspaper for a couple of years after graduation and moved to Texas on a bit of a whim in 1992. With a background in advertising sales, she spent 12 years in the corporate world and then left after becoming a mom. In 2007, she re-joined the workforce at her first non-profit, learning very quickly that this was where she belonged. She joined MMBA in 2012 and manages the Milk Donor Program. She is a proud mother, an avid reader, adores movies and live music, and is a big time animal lover.
Milk Processing Program
Milk Processing Tech
Senior Processing Tech - Quality Leader, PCQI
Laura Steed was born in Lubbock, Texas. She graduated from Southwestern University in 2015 with a B.S. in Biology. While working in several research labs as well as private medicine, Laura developed a passion for helping others and all things related to the lab. As a laboratory technician, she helps in safely processing the milk used to help save babies everyday. She also enjoys hiking, hanging out with her spouse, and cuddling with her three-legged cat Tripod.
Chad grew up in Houston until he moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas and has since never left the city. He works as a lab assistant, doing a little bit of everything to make everyone else’s jobs in the lab a little easier. Chad is an avid indoorsman who enjoys video games, 80s music, hard-boiled noir and really anything that keeps him from going outside--it's way too bright out there.
Milk Processing Manager, PCQI
Melissa was born in Austin, TX and has lived here her entire life. As a kid she trained dogs competitively for 8 years and still loves to spend time with her dogs teaching them new tricks. After 10 years in the food industry, Melissa has made the move to MMBA where she works as a Lab Coordinator. Plus, she is a former Donor Mom herself. Outside of the office, Melissa enjoys spending time with her son, Caleb, and taking care of her chickens, pigs, ducks, sheep, miniature horse, and 4 dogs.
Senior Processing Tech - Safety Leader, PCQI
Robin was born in Virginia, but lived in Maryland for most of her life. Growing up as the daughter of a Lactation Consultant, a passion for infant and maternal health was quickly and deeply instilled in her. She received a BA in Anthropology and a BS in Chemistry from The George Washington University. Despite loving her time in DC, she was looking for a new adventure after college and found herself in Austin. At MMBA, Robin works as a lab technician aiding in the safe processing of donor milk. She loves being able to help save babies everyday. Outside of work she enjoys spending time outside, crocheting, and attempting to cook.