Nneka J. Hall

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Nneka Hall is a Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness advocate with a primary focus on infant and maternal mortality within the African American Community. Nneka is the founder of the Quietly United in Loss Together Campaign which is a Pregnancy And Infant Loss Awareness campaign designed to raise awareness of all types of loss from conception through a child's first two years of life, teach healthy fertility through womb health education, provide support to families who suffer these losses and provide support for memory programs so they won't close due to inability to afford supplies.

Nneka is the mother of four: Two sunshines (Jelani and Symone), one angel (Annaya Marie stillborn at 39 weeks gestational age on August 27, 2010), and one rainbow (Bradleigh).

Following the stillbirth of her daughter, she sought out ways to aid others in having a positive birth outcome. I stumbled across the doula profession and needed to learn more. She is a full spectrum doula, holding certifications as a birth, bereavement and postpartum doula. Nneka is a certified International Bereavement Specialist, a Certified Community Centered Herbalist, Trained Womb Health Specialist, Trained Preconception Health Doula, Trained Menopause Doula, Trained End of Life Doula, Crystal Healer and Childbirth educator.

June 2016 Nneka had the pleasure of being selected due to my work in the pregnancy and infant loss community to participate in the US of Women's Summit as a Nominated Change Maker which was hosted by former First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey.

Mom, Doula, International Bereavement Specialist, Uterine Health Coach, Nominated Change-maker and Author.