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About Earthside Village

Kianna Little, MPH, CHES


Kianna's personal experiences with childbirth and motherhood inspired Earthside Village and its mission to provide direct care to Black and Brown mothers and babies, and reduce maternal mortality among those groups by assisting families throughout their childbirth journey. Kianna is committed to raising her two daughters, Selah and Sienna, whom she credits for igniting her passion for education, advocacy, and empowerment. 



Kianna received a Masters in Public Health from LaSalle University and is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). Kianna is an ambassador for Black Ladies in Public Health—an organization that allows her to gain more insight into the vast disciplines of public health and build connections with others within the maternal health field. Kianna considers herself a lifelong learner and plans to obtain a PhD. 

The Full Story

We’re all familiar with the African proverb, "it takes a village to raise a child," which is true. However, it also takes a village to support the pregnancy journey that brings children into this realm. 


Earthside Village Birth Services provides a nurturing village-like environment for women, birthing people, and their families throughout various stages of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. 


Earthside Village Birth Services promises a professional and empowering, experience with a personal touch that is rooted in love, respect, integrity, and support. 

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