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Join us for a Facebook Live Event – March 9th, 2022 at 8pm ET

Join us on Facebook LIVE to discuss your baby’s growth and development during pregnancy with Bundoo OB/GYN Dr. Jen Lincoln and Healthy Families New York Program Manager AnnMarie Correa!

“I’m pregnant – What can I do to help my baby grow during pregnancy? When does my baby’s brain begin to develop? Do I need to do anything to help support my baby’s growth?”

Find answers to these questions and more, March 9th at 8pm ET, during our Facebook LIVE event, supported by Healthy Families New York, where Bundoo OB/GYN Dr. Jen Lincoln will discuss everything you need to know about how your baby grows and how you can support their brain development throughout your pregnancy.

Program Manager of the Buffalo, New York, Healthy Families program, AnnMarie Correa, will also discuss some of the benefits of joining the FREE Healthy Families New York program or a Healthy Families America program near you.

Have another question? Ask it during the live event!

Plus, enter to win a $150 Amazon gift card – perfect for those must have baby registry items on your list!

Simply comment or submit a question about your baby’s growth or the Healthy Families programs during the Facebook LIVE to enter to WIN!

To set a reminder to attend the LIVE, RSVP on the Bundoo Facebook LIVE page. Then join us at 8pm ET on Wednesday, March 9th for the 1-hour LIVE event.

We look forward to chatting with you!Healthy Families New York

Meet Our Experts!

About Jennifer Lincoln, MD, IBCLC

Jennifer Lincoln, MD, IBCLC is a board-certified OB-GYN who is passionate about helping girls, women, and those assigned female at birth understand their bodies and feel empowered to advocate for themselves. She educates with warmth and approachability, giving audiences accessible, science-backed advice, demystifying sex ed and breaking down stigmas to eliminate the feelings of shame many experience about their own bodies.

With a community of 2.6MM followers on TikTok and a loyal following on YouTube and Instagram, Dr. Lincoln enjoys using social media to educate and bust the (many) myths surrounding vaginal and reproductive health. She is an OB hospitalist (an obstetrician whose sole focus is caring for pregnant women in the hospital), specializing in handling obstetrical emergencies and making labor and delivery a safer place, and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC).

Dedicated to developing succinct, evidence-based health content that is easy to comprehend, Dr. Lincoln is the medical director of pregnancy and a founding team member at Bundoo.com, which publishes articles on pregnancy, pediatrics, and parenting. She is a medical advisor on prenatal and breastfeeding content at The Wellness Network, an online distributor of evidence-based health, wellness, and patient education content. Dr. Lincoln also serves on the medical board of Flo Health, Inc, the #1 women’s health app, and regularly contributes to media such as TODAY, Good Morning America, Buzzfeed, Newsweek, Parents magazine, The Daily Beast, Cosmopolitan magazine, Yahoo! and more.

Dr. Lincoln received her undergraduate degree from Washington College and her Doctor of Medicine from Tulane University School of Medicine before completing her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Oregon Health and Science University. She sits on the boards of the Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists and Northwest Mothers Milk Bank, and is the social media committee chair for the Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists.

About AnnMarie Correa, Program Manager Healthy Families Buffalo, New York

Healthy Families New York

AnnMarie Correa is currently the Program Director for the Healthy Families Buffalo Program which is part of the Healthy Families New York system. As the Program Director, she provides leadership to Healthy Families staff and maintains quality programming as set by the Healthy Families America Credentialing Standards. As director, her duties are to coordinate and implement Healthy Families Buffalo in Erie County, provide advocacy to local and state leaders, report the program’s progress to community partners and state funders as well as ensure that the program maintains fidelity to the Healthy Families model.

AnnMarie has always had a deep interest in the field of social work. She finds helping others to achieve their goals and to succeed to be very satisfying. Ensuring the safety of children has always been at the forefront of her career. 26 years ago, she began working at BPPN as a home visitor in the Healthy Families program. She believes she is fortunate to be able to have moved through the ranks and to have led the program for the past 17 years. She feels her experience as a home visitor and supervisor have served her well in understanding the intricacies of the program and the impactful role that staff play in working with families.

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