Sol and Roots, LLC
Birthworker. ibclc. ANTHROPOLOGIST. ACTIVIST.
Your doula and perinatal wellness expert
Håfa Adai, Stevie Merino (Sol and Roots) is a proud queer indigenous islander woman (CHamoru & Boricua) raised in the diaspora of the LBC. She wears many different hats as a: cultural practitioner, community organizer, anthropologist, birthworker, IBCLC, speaker, and trainer. She has been a doula since 2015. Stevie has been a community organizer & activist since 14 years old, her politics shape the way she approaches life & this work. She is a mami to a 7 year old.
Stevie is the Executive Director, and co-founder of the Birthworkers of Color Collective and doula of Color training.
Consulting and Organizing
Stevie is a childbirth educator and IBCLC, offering consultation services for birthing people, birthworkers, and other professionals.
If you’re a prospective client you can book a consultation here.
If you’re interested in hiring Stevie to speak at an upcoming event, workshop, or training, please inquire here.
Press, Public Speaking, and Workshops
Stevie has an abundance of experience as a public speaker, researcher, and community organizer. She is available for interviews and press features, and bookings as a lecturer, teacher, or speaker at events. Inquire here.
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She is an excellent mix of scientific and spiritual.
Megan, Doula Client
Having Stevie there during my pregnancy, at my delivery and postpartum was definitely beneficial to my physical and mental well being.
Criselle, Doula Client
I couldn’t have asked for a more understanding, calm, helpful doula.
Gabby, Doula Client