MARGO DANDREANO - LM, CPM
Margo is an artist turned birth worker with a passion for Women’s Health; with special interest in empowering people through inclusive care and shared decision making.
Margo was educated at Florida School of Traditional Midwifery in Gainesville. She has been involved in birth work as a supportive family member, doula, childbirth educator, and mother for most of her adult life. Completing Midwifery training and offering the support to other families that she received is a true calling to serve. As a Licenced Midwife (LM) and Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) she is legally allowed to attend planned births at home as a medical care provider.
Family is very important, and sometimes we create family from strangers. Married for 19 years to Richard has filled her life with children and grandchildren and a passion for taking as many pictures as possible of all of them. “His, Hers, and Ours” has blossomed into a beautiful family of 13 because our children also live this truth.
She enjoys laughing and living life to its fullest. Cruises, hiking, and kayaking is where you’ll find Margo when she isn’t working.
KIZIE TOSI - CNM, APRN
Kizie has always loved serving her community and has a passion for pregnancy and women’s health. Kizie desires to empower families through compassionate patient-centered care, accurate education, and shared decision making; and prioritize, support, and promote normal pregnancy and birth through education and delivery of compassionate, evidence-based care from preconception to beyond menopause.
Kizie is a Certified Nurse Midwife and Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. She earned her Masters of Science in Midwifery at Frontier Nursing University in 2018, her nursing degree at Spokane Community College in 2013, and Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Michigan in 2006. During Kizie’s midwifery education she managed many pregnancies and labors in a hospital-based practice, managing both low risk and high risk Mamas; although she is interested in serving low risk families in their journey to home birth, she has a keen eye to recognize high risk situations and abnormal variations of pregnancy, birth, and women’s health conditions.
As a nurse, Kizie worked as a psychiatric nurse and a nurse manager at a pregnancy resource center, educating about pregnancy, labor, birth, newborn care, mental health. She is certified in Neonatal Resuscitation, Basic Life Support, and Trauma Nursing; and skilled in women’s health from teens to beyond menopause.
When Kizie isn’t catching babies, she enjoys being outdoors with her husband of 12 years and 4 fur babies; backpacking, camping, being on the water, and reading. During their marriage they have lived in many places in the U.S., she is excited to settle down in the Florida panhandle to begin her midwifery career and serve the families in her community for their pregnancy and women’s health needs