Christine Taylor, Certified Nurse Midwife and Chicago native, relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in July 2014 to help establish a well known, natural midwifery service. After obtaining her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Saint Xavier University and 8 years of labor and delivery nursing, Christine became motivated to pursue a Master’s in Science and Midwifery degree from Philadelphia University. Christine has worked in a variety of settings, all of which have equipped her with the necessary knowledge and skills required to provide safe and supportive home birth services.
At a young age, she knew her career would involve caring for expectant mothers and babies. Christine has an innate passion for caring for women and provides highly intuitive care during natural laboring and birthing processes. She believes that pregnancy and birth are the most beautiful moments a woman can experience in one’s lifetime and should be treated as such. Christine resides at her growing Fayetteville, GA homestead with her husband, 2 daughters, 9 goats and 5 dogs
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (GA)
Georgia State Licensed Certified Nurse Midwife
American Midwifery Board Certification
Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification
CPR and NRP Certified
Certified Nutritional Coach
“Midwifery is my calling. I consider myself very fortunate to be enjoying a career in which I was destined to pursue. I support and protect women’s options and deeply cherish the bonds I have formed with many families over the years.”
- Midwife Christine
Nashawna Stephens MSN, APRN, CNM
MSN, APRN, CNM
Nashawna is a mommy of 2, born in New York and raised in Georgia. She holds a B.S. in biology from Georgia College & State University and a B.S. in nursing from Clayton State University. Nashawna was fortunate enough to have an unmedicated water birth with her daughter, which sparked her love for natural births.
After 8 years of nursing, that love resulted in Nashawna obtaining her Master of Science in Nursing, becoming a Certified Nurse Midwife. During school, she completed her clinical under Christine, and was hired on as a midwife for Birth by Grace Midwifery. She has truly been blessed to be a part of such a dope birthing team and enjoys helping mommy's live out their birthing dreams.
Client Care Coordinator, Birth Assistant, Certified Doula
Dawn M. Hutcherson is an Atlanta- based, Dona Certified doula, army brat and a former military spouse who's had the privilege to live all over the world. She is a dedicated mother of four beautiful children and a grandmother of two. She is passionate about serving women and children and has an extensive history of volunteering and working with women and children in various capacities.
In her free time, she enjoy everything family, reading and spending time outside in nature. She loves to travel and never misses an opportunity to learn or teach. Dawn serves as the client care coordinator, primary birth assistant and also offers additional doula support services. BBG is elated to have her on our team of caring child birth professionals! Dawn adds a comforting, calming spirit to the home birth environment, which is both reassuring and appreciated!
Edith is our beloved administrative assistant! She is a loving wife and mother of 2. Edith has over 8 years of clinical administrative experience and is highly efficient and professionally executes tasks and requests in a timely fashion. We love Edith, dearly, because she does all the things the midwife hates: PAPERWORK!!
"I had the most amazing experience with Christine and Dawn. From when I first found out I was pregnant they were welcoming and always there to answer questions and check in. I love how when you walk into BBG office it is relaxing and nothing but good energy and laughs the whole time. If you want to do a home birth they are honest and let you know upfront that things can happen that are out of our control. Although I started with home birth but wasn’t making much progress I decided to go the hospital. They sent me to the hospital where I would get the best care. I ended up having a c-section but they were with me every step of the way through FaceTime and in person and after I went home. I could not have asked for a better birth team. The preparation and honesty through the 9 months helped A LOT for labor. The home birth classes are informational and interactive. You gain support postpartum with breastfeeding and recovery. I will definitely recommend BBG for anyone!! They were more than a midwife and doula but family."