I am the Perinatal Nurse Champion for NC Region IV. With 13 years of experience in Maternal and Child health. I have enjoyed providing direct patient care, teaching families, and serving underserved populations, and LatinX/Hispanic communities. I am excited to be in this role supporting this region with this amazing team.
Sacha Bryan, RN-BSN, RNC-OB, received her undergraduate degree from UNC Chapel Hill. Following her graduation, Sacha worked as a medical-surgical nurse at UNC for 2 years before moving to UNC Labor and Delivery. There, she cared for families for 9 years as an OB certified nurse and also served in a leadership role as a CNIII. She started her new role as Fetal Therapy Nurse Coordinator in May of 2020. Sacha works with patients who are referred to the Fetal Care Clinic to ensure they receive person and family centered care following a fetal diagnosis during pregnancy. Sacha believes that every patient deserves access to medical interventions to improve the health of their pregnancies. With this goal in mind, Sacha works to educate nurses, contribute to research, develop patient and referring physician education materials and provide nursing care in the operating room and clinic to FCC patients. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking in the woods, cooking and listening to music.
Maya is social worker who speaks English and Spanish. She has experience working with children, pregnant women, babies and in communities. As a perinatal care specialist, Maya works with families and their providers, both at UNC and in the community. She is available to listen to patient concerns, coordinate medical appointments and connect families with… Read More →
Lori is a registered nurse with 18 years of experience working in the UNC Newborn Critical Care Center. She has been providing out-patient care coordination for complex infants for many years. As a perinatal care specialist, Lori works with families and their providers, both at UNC and in the community. She is available to listen… Read More →