Danice is a mother of 2 from Northern Jersey with a passion of supporting, educating and bringing communities of breastfeeding families together. Her professional career includes earning a degree in Health Science from Long Island University and as an educator teaching various science and math courses to pharmacy and medical assistant students. Her aspirations to becoming a full-time supporter for breastfeeding families, an IBCLC, did not come until she grew her own family, experiencing her own trial and tribulations breastfeeding her two children and through starting her own breastfeeding support group to help her get through those bumpy roads. She realized her love for educating and now her love for supporting families should become one.
Board Certified Lactation Consultant
She brings experience working as a Peer Counselor in WIC NY Presbyterian while studying her lactation specific courses. Since finishing her clinical hours working with Dr. Amy Schecter from Breastfeeding Medicine of NJ, she found her need to commit and specialized in supporting families who have babies with tethered oral tissues. She continues to further her education in the most updated research and information.
She currently serves as a Trustee on the NJ Breastfeeding Coalition as well as a Co-Chair for their education Committee.
During her free time, you can find her hiking through trails at National Parks with her family, taking road trips exploring new places in NJ and reading a good book while sipping coffee at local cafes.
I strive to help mothers reach their goals in nursing and hope you allow me to guide you on your journey!
Breastfeeding is empowering! Big accomplishments takes dedication that you may not know you have! Lets do this together!
Board Certified Lactation Consultant, IBCLC • Paramus, NJ
Proudly serving Bergen County, NJ & virtual consults all across US
Is this happening to you while you are breastfeeding?
Feeling pain during feedings?
Inconsistent, flutter (weak) sucking?
Difficulty latching on and staying on?
Clicking or popping sounds in your baby’s mouth?