Amy Goh (she/her) is a Certified Nurse-Midwife and PhD candidate at Boston College (U.S.). She completed her midwifery studies in 2011. Amy has worked as a full-scope midwife in a variety of settings from a birth center to large academic teaching hospitals in the Boston area and is currently working as a per diem midwife. She is focusing her doctoral research on equity in digital health communication during pregnancy. Amy also works for the digital health company, Ovia Health and is Adjunct Faculty at Thomas Jefferson University’s midwifery program. She is on the American Association of Birth Center’s Board of Directors and is on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Asian American and Pacific Islanders Commission. She is a former CHEEA Health Equity Fellow and Duke-Johnson and Johnson Nurse Leadership Program Alumna. Prior to her midwifery career, Amy worked internationally including as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Cape Verde. She also holds a MPhil in Development Studies degree from the Institute of Development Studies (U.K.) where she focused her thesis on the politics of reproductive and perinatal health in Brazil.