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.
Kristin Resnik is the Perinatal Nurse Champion for Region IV. For the past fifteen years she has staffed a nurse at UNC Women’s Hospital in Labor and Delivery and GYN/Oncology. She was involved in many quality initiatives and is passionate about ensuring that all the women of North Carolina have access to safe, evidence-based, quality, patient-centered care. Kristin was inspired to become a nurse after working at a Maternal and Child Health Organization that developed public health programs for the developing world. Kristin graduated from UNC-CH School of Nursing in 2005 and has a Bachelor of Arts (Religious Studies and Studio Art) from Scripps College in California. Kristin is a nurse provider of Behavioral Activation therapy for women experiencing perinatal depression/anxiety with the SUMMIT trial and is an Internationally Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC).
Dr. Goodnight received his B.S. in Biology with Honors in 1990 and his M.D. in 1994 at UNC Chapel Hill. He finished his Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Medical College of Virginia in 1998 and his Fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine in 2008 at the Medical University of South Carolina. During his fellowship, he… Read More →
Jacki has her BSN and a degree as an early childhood educator. She has over 25 years of combined experience working as an RN in neonatal intensive care and a teacher of special needs families in schools and communities. She is interested in infant and child development and potential. She is available to listen to… Read More →