Angela Sojobi, PhD, DNP, CNM is an assistant professor and the program director of the women’s health nurse practitioner and nurse-midwifery program at California State University in Fullerton, California. Dr. Sojobi is also an experienced Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) of 28 years and currently provide care to women at Martin Luther King Community Hospital in Southern California. As a CNM, Dr. Sojobi seeks high quality and equitable health care to women throughout the lifespan with a special emphasis on the prevention of adverse perinatal outcomes. As an educator, Dr. Sojobi’s goal is to help students become intentional learners who believe in lifelong learning and actively seek knowledge to assist women to achieve optimal health. Dr. Sojobi’s research focus is on applying a social-ecological model to study chronic illnesses, particularly gestational diabetes with a focus on how social support can enhance self-management and glycemic control.