Liz Price, RN
Founder and President, Nurse at Night, Inc.
I am blessed to have the two greatest jobs in the world: first, being a mom to the two most loving and incredible little boys, and second, working in a newborn nursery where I get to take part in the delivery of the most precious gifts of all – babies.
Every delivery I take part in reminds me that the love for your baby develops immediately and there are no words to describe the intensity of that love. At the same time, I remember the sleepless nights I had in the weeks to follow at home with each one of my babies, both having reflux.
I thought to myself many nights, “Is there someone out there I could trust? Is there someone who would be patient and kind? Is there someone who has experience with babies? Is there someone who likes staying up all night? Someone who could give me a few hours of rest so that I could be a better mom tomorrow?” This is where Nurse at Night began.
Graduating from nursing school in 2004, I took my first job at Roper St. Francis on the cardiac step-down unit where I remained for one year. It was such an amazing learning experience but knew all along that caring for babies was my passion and made the move to the Medical University of SC. There I worked for six years in the Newborn and Level II nurseries caring for healthy newborns and premature babies. It was such a joy to watch the little ones grow and develop. In 2011, I began working in the nursery at a local community hospital, where I currently work today.
Allyson was born in Anderson, South Carolina. She graduated from Trident Technical College with her Associates Degree in Nursing in December 2003. Her first year after nursing school Allyson worked at Roper St. Francis on a cardiac unit with adult patients. In November 2004 she made the transition to caring for infants by taking a position in the level 2 nursery at MUSC where she worked for 4 years. Allyson then moved into her current position in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Allyson is very passionate and dedicated to her career as a neonatal nurse. Allyson and her husband Stevie live in Summerville and stay busy with their 3 young children. She loves being a nurse, wife, and most importantly a mommy.
Martha was born in New Jersey but has called Charleston home for most of her life. Martha graduated from Trident Technical College with her Associates in Nursing in 2011 and began working on a Med Surg floor with an orthopedic focus. After about five years of caring for adults, Martha was beyond excited for the opportunity to switch gears. She began her dream job of caring for newborn babies and moms at East Cooper working in the Newborn Nursery and Level II NICU. Martha truly enjoys helping families from assisting in their delivery and first days of life to helping our sweet little premies.
When not working Martha enjoys a good book, hiking and attempting to refinish furniture with her husband.
Jess RN, BSN
Jess was born and raised in a very small town in Illinois. As the youngest of 8 children, she began babysitting for her nieces and nephews at a young age. She earned a Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Health at the University of Illinois in 2018. She studied abroad in Australia and Spain during this time. Her healthcare experience includes working as a CNA for the geriatric population and as a caregiver for college students with physical disabilities. She also spent her summers as a camp counselor at Muscular Dystrophy Association camps for children. Next, she spent a “gap year” nannying in Augusta, GA, and then relocated to Charleston to attend MUSC’s nursing program where she earned her BSN.
Today, she works night shift on the Mother/Baby unit at MUSC. Her favorite part of her job is teaching parents how to care for their newborn and taking care of babies while their parents get a few hours of shut eye! When she is not working, she enjoys traveling, attempting to bake, hanging out with her family, fishing, and relaxing at the beach!
Jen was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She graduated with her Associate’s degree in Nursing in May 1997. She is currently working towards her RN-BSN. Her first nursing job was in the NICU at University of Maryland. She also worked in San Francisco for 8 years in the NICU and Bellingham, Washington for 3 years in the Nursery before moving to Charleston in 2014. She worked in the NICU at MUSC for 5 years before transferring to MUSC’s Pediatric Critical Care Float Pool. Jenn absolutely loves taking care of babies and is looking forward to helping you take care of your little one at home.
She currently lives in Mount Pleasant with her husband Casey and 2 girls, ages 7 and 10. They love hanging out with family and friends and spending time together as a family.
Nicole, RN, BSN
Nicole was born in Ohio but has called the Lowcountry home for most of her life. She graduated from nursing school in 2008. Nicole knew from the beginning of her nursing career that maternal/newborn nursing and pediatrics were her passion. Shortly after graduation, Nicole started working at Summerville Medical Center in the adult and pediatric emergency departments. She spent six years in that role but was ready for a change. That is when she landed her dream job in a labor and delivery unit. Nicole currently works on the Labor & Delivery and Postpartum unit at Roper Mount Pleasant Hospital. Nicole is trained in lactation and loves providing breastfeeding support to new mothers. She cannot think of a more rewarding job and loves to help families transition during this very exciting time. Nicole is currently enrolled at Western Governors University for her MSN degree. She is also studying to take her RN specialty certification in Obstetrics.
Nicole lives in Hanahan with her husband, Josh, and their three furbabies Bailey, Layla, and Finn. Outside of work, she loves to travel, go to the beach, and spend time with family and friends.
Caroline was born and raised in Mount Pleasant, SC and currently resides in West Ashley. She always knew she wanted to work with children and started babysitting at age ten. She attended Wofford College, where she acquired a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics. During summers home from college, she volunteered in the nurseries at East Cooper Medical Center and MUSC, as well as babysat/nannied for different families. After college, Caroline nannied an infant for a year, playing an integral part in development and milestone achievement.
Caroline then attended nursing school at the Medical University of South Carolina, excited about her dreams of being a pediatric nurse in a hands-on, interactive way. Caroline worked in adult medicine within the Roper St. Francis system for fifteen months before being hired to her current position in the Neonatal ICU at MUSC’s Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital. She loves taking care of babies and can’t wait to help with your little one!”
Becky, RN, BSN
Becky was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina. She only left the Lowcountry for two years to attend Clemson University then transferred to the Medical University of South Carolina where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2000. Becky is proud to be celebrating her 20th year of nursing this year! During that time she has worked at The Medical University of South Carolina, East Cooper Hospital, and Roper St. Francis. She has spent her entire career caring for premature, sick, and healthy newborns – as well as their momma’s! During most of her career she has also provided home care for newborns and is proud to have been a part of Nurse at Night since it’s beginning seven years ago.
Becky’s most favorite job is being a mom to her two active boys! In her free time she likes to watch Clemson football, travel, read romance novels, and bake!
Erica, RN, BSN
Erica was born and raised in Charleston, SC. She attended Furman University for undergrad and received her BSN from MUSC College of Nursing in 2011. Erica always knew that working with moms and their babies was her passion and has done so for the last 8 years. A few months after graduation, she started working on the Labor & Delivery unit at Summerville Medical Center. In 2013, she explored travel nursing where she gained even more experience working labor & delivery, helping postpartum moms as they bond and learn all about their newborns, and provide breastfeeding & newborn support.
In 2015, Erica settled back home in Charleston and still enjoys being a labor nurse at Roper St. Francis assisting moms during one of the most valuable & exciting times in their lives. She is looking forward to helping moms (& dads) ease through the new transition of their growing families. When she is not working Erica enjoys traveling, spending time with her family & fiancé, and planning for their wedding this Summer.
Kristen, RN, BSN
Kristen grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania and later moved to Cleveland, Ohio to attend Case Western Reserve University to obtain her nursing degree. She always knew she would work in the pediatric field because she grew up enjoying babysitting and helping out at summer camps for kids. Kristen had the opportunity in nursing school to do a practicum in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and immediately fell in love with working with the babies and their families, and hoped one day she could get a nursing job in the field. Having that dream in mind, she was lucky enough to obtain a job right after graduation in the NICU in Cleveland, Ohio, and has been working in the field ever since.
Kristen recently moved to Mt. Pleasant, SC, after being offered a job in the NICU at MUSC. Not wanting to pass up warmer weather and the beach, she couldn’t think of a better opportunity than to be able to work in the nursing field she loves and experience the beautiful city of Charleston. Kristen is looking forward to working with families and their new little ones to offer a lending hand in whatever ways possible to ease the transition into parenthood. Outside of work, you can find Kristen outdoors at the beach, camping, hiking, and enjoying all that Charleston has to offer.
Kirsten, RN, BSN
Kirsten was born and raised in Charleston, SC. She attended Charleston Southern University and graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2013. After graduation, she began working in the Level II Nursery and on the Mother/Baby Unit at Roper St. Francis Hospital. She regularly attends deliveries, cares for healthy and sick newborns, and assists mothers with breastfeeding. She is passionate about this area of nursing and loves assisting families during this exciting transition.
Kirsten and her husband enjoy traveling, the beach and spending time with their two children. Being a mom is her favorite job and she looks forward to helping families settle into this new role.
Trudi, RN, BSN
Trudi was born and raised in Charleston sc. She is from a very fun loving large southern family. Trudi first attended college at Brigham Young University / Hawaii and later earned her
Bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of Utah. She then moved to Omaha Nebraska where she attended Creighton University and earned an accelerated RN ESN Degree. After
spending years away from her family she decided to move back to Charleston SC in 1998.
Trudi started her nursing career at East Cooper Medical Center in 1998 as a Labor and Delivery Nurse. As East Cooper began to expand and grow she was sent to MUSC where she learned to transition high risk neonates which with this knowledge assisted in the opening of East Coopers Level 2 NICU.
Trudi moved to Summerville Medical Center in 2017 to follow her passion and love for delivering babies (especially high risk) as a NERT RN (Neonatal Emergency Resuscitative Team). She continues to work in several areas of Labor and Delivery, OR Circulator, Transition and Delivery Nurse Level 2 NICU and Mother – Baby RN.
When Trudi is not working she loves spending time with her family and her 5 Children. Trudi loves to do anything outdoors. She loves to go fishing, surfing, hiking, traveling and most importantly eating and trying new restaurants. Trudi loves to be healthy in mind, body and soul so she is always trying to improve and learn new things daily. She loves to dance and was a Charleston Flapper as a young girl, loves to compete in Triathlons and remembers to laugh often.
Trudi’s lifelong dream is to someday attend Frontier University in Kentucky to become a Midwife
Kim was born in Charlotte North Carolina and has over 30 years’ experience as a registered nurse. In 1989 she graduated from Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing in Charlotte, NC with a degree in Nursing. Kim moved to the Charleston area 2 years ago with her husband and 4 children and lives in Mount Pleasant.
Her background is varied and initially worked in Adult Critical Care (ICU, CCU), Emergency and Home Health. But, for the last 22 years, she has focused on Women’s and Children’s services working in PICU, Peds Oncology, Peds ER, Newborn, and Special Care Nurseries and is currently working in Labor and Delivery. Being a mother of 4 including twin boys, she has had years of experience raising children.
Initially, after moving to Charleston she worked at MUSC in the Peri- Natal Float pool (SCN, Mother/Baby and Ante Partum) but has settled now at ECMC working full-time nights in Labor and Delivery. Kim has had years of experience attending deliveries and in Charlotte was trained in a certified “Baby-Friendly” hospital at Novant Matthews Medical Center. Kim loves working with new mothers especially as they transition from the hospital to home. She is fortunate to use both her personal and work experience to help these new families bringing their newborns into the world.
On her days off, she enjoys watching her children at all their lacrosse events, spending time at the beach and has a huge passion for cooking.
Olivia, RN, BSN
Olivia was born and raised in Bloomington, Indiana. She graduated from Indiana University with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in May of 2019. Shortly after graduating, she began working on the IU Health Labor and Delivery unit. Olivia gained valuable knowledge and life changing experiences while helping new moms and families welcome their newborns into the world. From assisting in deliveries to helping moms breastfeed for the first time, she enjoyed every moment on the Labor and Delivery unit.
Olivia grew up nannying and babysitting for different families. During the summers, she became a camp counselor for kids ages 5-16 years old. Olivia always knew that she found the most joy in life while caring for kids and spending her time with them. Olivia decided to pursue her passion and recently accepted a position at MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s hospital in their Pediatric ICU. Olivia is new to Charleston and in her free time loves exploring and sightseeing in her beloved city.
Brittan is from Lexington SC but has been in Charleston nearly her whole life. Brittan lives in West Ashley raising her 7 children with her husband. As a former breastfeeding counselor, she has extensive breastfeeding knowledge and hands-on experience to help moms in all sorts of situations. Brittan was also a labor nurse as well here at a local Charleston hospital.
Brittan and her family enjoy being outside, attending church, spending time with family and friends, and traveling. They have been to China 3 times to adopt their children. Brittan’s greatest joy is being a momma to her children and she is excited for these new parents to begin this new journey of their own.
Beth was born in Savannah, Georgia and grew up in Wilmington, NC. While in high school she decided she wanted to be a nurse. Beth attended Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing in Charlotte, NC and graduated in 1982. She continued to live in Charlotte and worked at Presbyterian Hospital for a year before moving to Charleston in August of 1983. Beth began working in the Neonatal Nurseries at MUSC at that time. She had planned to stay only a little while but life happened along the way.
Beth recently retired after almost 35 years, working in the nurseries the whole time. Beth has been married for 27 years and has two adult children. They will both be getting married next year. Beth is active in her church and enjoys going on mission trips. Beth took some time off after her retirement but found she missed working with “her” babies and families. Beth looks forward to helping new families and their newborns in the home setting.
Johanna, RN, BSN
Kelly is originally from Georgia but has lived in Charleston for most of her life. In 2009, she started working as a patient care technician in the postpartum unit at St. Francis Hospital and instantly knew that she was meant to work with infants. Kelly graduated from Trident Technical College with her Associates in Nursing in 2011 and began working on the Neuro-Spine Unit at St. Francis.
In 2014, Kelly finally made the transition caring for new mothers and their infants in the postpartum unit at MUSC where she gained experience for two years. She became a mother herself in 2015 and took a dream position in the Level II nursery at St. Francis that same year. There she attends deliveries and cares for healthy and sick infants. Kelly recently earned her certification as a Lactation Counselor and often assists mothers with breastfeeding.
Kelly and her husband currently live in West Ashley and enjoy chasing after their two children and two dogs
Monica Henderson, daughter of an Air Force vet, has lived in the Charleston / Mt. Pleasant area since 1972. Having moved around the world until age 14, she learned to be very adaptable to life’s changes. Recently, she retired after 28 years of service at the Medical University with a career history in Pediatrics. Her extensive experience with babies, toddlers and teens has been a whirlwind of joy. Monica worked in almost every department in Pediatrics during her many years; including the Newborn Nursery, Level 2 NICU and 12 years in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Although she has retired from full time work, her heart maintains a desire to care for the little ones.
Not only does Monica have the professional experience but the personal experience as a single mother to twin boys during nursing school and now the grandmother to 6 grandchildren.
Monica is a highly energetic individual who continues to maintain her certifications and licensure in the state of South Carolina. She also enjoys her private time with sewing, yoga, DIY home improvement, and participates in community ministry.
Brittany was born and raised in Charleston, SC. She graduated from Trident Technical College with her Associates Degree in Nursing in May 2019. She was hired in to Roper’s Nurse Residency Program in July 2019, and was the first new graduate nurse to be hired straight in to the Emergency Department in December 2019, where she currently cares for children and adults. Since Brittany was 13 years old, she has had a passion to care for children. Brittany has extensive experience providing superb, top notch care for newborns and up.
Brittany resides in North Charleston with her husband, Tim, and their three miniature dachshunds – Mina, Aili and Fritz. Outside of work, she loves to spend time outdoors, travel, shop, read, and cruise around in her convertible.
Stephanie, RN, BSN
Stephanie was born in small-town Wisconsin, where she grew up on a dairy farm. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Immediately following graduation she joined the United States Navy. Stephanie served overseas in Gaeta, Italy for four years. While serving, Stephanie had the privilege of traveling all over the world and participated in many public health nursing volunteer programs throughout various countries.
Following her military service, Stephanie moved back to Wisconsin and worked as a nurse on a high-risk obstetrics and gynecology unit. While there, Stephanie specialized in Labor and Delivery, Postpartum, and Newborn care in a level three nursery, caring for well and sick babies, including premature infants.
In early 2020, Stephanie made the big move to Mount Pleasant to escape the harsh Wisconsin winters. She is currently loving life working at a local community hospital as a Labor and Delivery nurse. Additionally, Stephanie is a current student of Baylor University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice-Nurse Midwifery program. She is so excited to continue to fulfill her passion for caring for moms and newborns.
When not working or studying, Stephanie enjoys spending her time outdoors gardening, at the beach, and hiking. She is also an avid cook and baker.
Katelyn was born and raised in Delaware, USA. She graduated from the University of Delaware in 2014 with a double major in English and Biology, During her last semester while she was planning for her future she couldn’t shake the idea and excitement of becoming a nurse. Both of her sisters were nurses and she was so inspired by them. Before she had wrapped up her time at UD she had applied to nursing school and began that very summer! Kate attended Delaware Technical + Community College’s accelerated nursing program and graduated in 2016. She was passionate about women’s health and wellness as well as pediatric care so when she received an offer from a local hospital’s Labor, Delivery, Postpartum + Recovery unit she replied with an emphatic YES! and couldn’t wait to get started. Kate was thrown into the hustle of a busy labor floor and loved every minute of it. Guiding and coaching new families through such a magical time fired her up! She also loved the slower pace of helping new families navigate parenthood that came with postpartum care.
After about a year of working on the labor unit, Kate had a once in a lifetime opportunity to work at an out of hospital birthing center in Delaware called The Birth Center. Kate wore many different hats from phone triage to teaching + developing labor/postpartum courses, visiting new families at home for postpartum home visits, seeing pregnant families in the office for appointments, snuggling new babies and hugging new mamas, and of course, attending births! Kate loved the diversity of her role at The Birth Center and especially loved the close-knit relationship she formed with the families she worked alongside. Kate’s special skills involve her ample experience working with breast/chest feeding families and her previous work as a birth-trauma educator and counselor.
Kate has recently moved to Charleston and is looking forward to connecting and serving the wonderful families she will meet here working with Nurse at Night. When she is not caring for new families, Kate loves to spend time with her husband and take long walks to explore their new city!
Lauren, RN, BSN
Lauren attended Charleston Southern University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2013. She accepted her first nursing job at Roper Hospital on the cardiac step-down unit in downtown Charleston. After two years of receiving invaluable training and experience working with adults, she was offered a position on the Mother/Baby Unit at St. Francis Hospital. Shortly after gaining experience working with mothers and babies she was offered her dream job in the Level II Nursery at St. Francis.
Lauren says, “I love working with newborns and their families as they venture on this brand new journey in life. Helping moms with breastfeeding and the care of their babies is so rewarding and brings me a great sense of purpose.” In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with friends, and trying out the latest Charleston restaurant to open.
Kari is a graduate of Florida State University. She has over 21 years of neonatal ICU experience and is currently employed at MUSC in a pediatric staffing pool which requires work in the Pediatric ICU as well as the Neonatal ICU, Level 2 nursery, and the Pediatric ER. Despite her high level of experience, she has always preferred to care for babies and looks forward to making the transition of caring for your baby seamless by helping you to get your rest.
While on a traveling nurse assignment here in Charleston, she met her husband of 16 years. They spent 5 years traveling the country working in Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Units and eventually settled in the Low Country. They live downtown and have two fantastic children, a 13-year-old son, and a 10-year-old daughter. Together they enjoy traveling, spending time with family and friends, and summers at the beach.
Roberto, RN, BSN
Roberto was born in Chicago, IL but moved to South Carolina at the age of three and has called the Lowcountry his home ever since. He graduated with Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Clemson University in 2018. It was here where he was able to get first hands-on experience in Obstetrics and Maternal Health through his Clemson University Senior Practicum at Greenville Memorial Hospital’s Women’s High-Risk OB unit. After graduating from Clemson University, he began his nursing career as a Medical Surgical nurse to first establish a strong solid nursing foundation and worked in this area for two years. Roberto’s lifelong goal is to always work in maternal/infant nursing as he always valued the opportunity to help mothers, newborns, and their families during their time of need. In 2020 this dream became a reality and he now works at East Cooper Medical Center’s Mother-Baby unit.
Outside of work he enjoys traveling and exploring all that the world has to offer with his family and friends. He love getting to experience the various cultures around the globe and creating memories that he will cherish for the rest of his life.
Brittany, RN, BSN
Brittany is a native of Charleston, South Carolina. She graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science. She knew her love in life was to stay in healthcare and to also help people. After college, she began working for Trident United Way continuing her passion for community service.
Brittany went back to school and received her nursing degree. Currently, she is a Postpartum nurse at a local hospital with the intention to eventually be a midwife. In her spare time, Brittany enjoys cheering on her Tigers, spending time with her family, and being a dog mom.
Andrea, RN, BSN
Andrea was born and raised in Annapolis, MD. Clemson University brought her to South Carolina where she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2003. After graduation, she began working on a cardiac step-down unit for 6 years in Charleston, SC. The opportunity arose for her to cross-train to the Nursery at St. Francis and she jumped on it. Not long after, Andrea was offered a full-time position in the unit and eagerly accepted. For the past 10 years, she has been working in the Level 2 Nursery caring for healthy, sick and premature babies, attending deliveries, and assisting mothers with breastfeeding. Andrea feels blessed and honored to be able to care for families during this exciting time in their lives.
Andrea currently lives in Moncks Corner with her two children, ages 11 & 9. She enjoys traveling, the beach, attending local events and spending time with family & friends.
Gigi, RN, BSN
Gigi was raised in Yonkers, New York. She graduated with her BSN from SUNY Binghamton in 2006. She always knew she wanted to work with pediatrics, so she began her nursing career at Blythedale Children’s Hospital, where she cared for children of all ages, aiding them in their transition from a hospital setting to their home. In 2008, she moved to Summerville, SC. For a brief time, Gigi worked with adults as an Ortho/Neuro/Stroke nurse, and she realized how much she missed working with children. In April 2011, she was hired for her first Newborn/Level 2 nursery job at Summerville Medical Center. She has lost count of how many babies she has cared for but knows this is where she belongs.
When she is not working, her days are spent with her lovable husband and children, and her sweet puppy. She enjoys spending time with good friends she’s made since moving to SC and visiting her family back in NY.
Chelsea, RN, BSN, CLS
Chelsea was raised in the small town of Reevesville, SC, but spent much time in Charleston. She graduated from nursing school in 2013. Chelsea then earned her BSN through the University of South Carolina Upstate in 2017. She has experience working in the Normal Newborn Nursery, Level II Special Care Nursery, Level III NICU, and working with postpartum mothers on the Mother/Baby unit. She feels overwhelmingly blessed and loves what she does, watching these tiny miracles advance and grow in their first days of life.
She moved to the Charleston area in 2014 with her 2 dogs, Remi and Nova. She has worked at East Cooper Medical Center since 2014 and also works for the Roper St. Francis hospital system since 2017. Chelsea is a Certified Lactation Specialist and is currently in graduate school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham earning an MSN degree in Primary Care Pediatrics Nurse Practitioner. To add to her busy schedule, she is recently engaged and now planning a wedding for next Fall.
Ashley, RN, BSN, IBCLC
Ashley was raised on James Island and stayed in Charleston to pursue a career in nursing at the Medical University’s College of Nursing. In 2001, after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, she joined the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Team at MUSC where she practiced for 5 years. After having her first child, Ashley transitioned to a position at a local community hospital taking care of newborns and their families while assisting in their delivery and first days of life. She also helped in opening the Level II Special Care Nursery at East Cooper Medical Center and worked there for 10 years, caring for premature and sick babies.
Ashley then began working as a nurse at the Breastfeeding Center of Charleston in 2017 and became an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in December of 2018. Ashley and her husband enjoy the coastal living Charleston provides and most importantly love spending time with their two fast-growing children.
Anna, RN, BSN
Anna was born and raised in Lexington, South Carolina. She moved to Charleston when she attended Charleston Southern University where she graduated with her BSN in 2017. After college, she spent a year working on a Med Surg floor caring for mostly post-op orthopedic patients. She now works in the Level 2 Nursery at East Cooper Medical Center.
Anna is very passionate and dedicated to helping moms transition into their new role and helping them care for their newborns. Before becoming a nurse Anna was a junior volunteer in the special care nursery for 2 years. She always loved being around children and would babysit for family and friends, but the special care nursery is where she developed her passion for nursing and caring for babies. Anna lives in Summerville, SC with her sister and 3 dogs. She enjoys cross-stitching, exploring Charleston, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Lauren, RN, BSN
Lauren was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She moved to Charleston in July of 2019 after spending one too many winters in New York, where she attended nursing school at New York University. While in New York, Lauren worked at the Mount Sinai Hospital caring for mother/baby couplets and in the well-baby nursery. During this time, she also worked as a nanny caring for children ages newborn through 4 years old.
Upon moving to Charleston, Lauren began working as a Labor and Delivery nurse at the St. Francis hospital. She enjoys working with families and is passionate about providing newborns with the highest quality of care so parents can have the confidence to relax and get some much-needed rest. Lauren also holds a certificate as a breastfeeding specialist and loves to help new and seasoned moms feel confident and assured in whatever feeding method they choose.
In her spare time, she loves going for walks on the beach with her husband and two dogs, traveling, and enjoying all the amazing restaurants Charleston has to offer.
Priscilla, RN, BSN
Priscilla was born in Chicago, IL and moved to Brazil when she was 3. She lived there until she was 13 and then moved to beautiful Charleston, SC. She graduated with a BSN from Clemson University in 2009.
Priscilla was a premature baby (staying in the NICU for 2 months) so growing up she always knew she wanted to be a NICU/Special Care Nursery nurse. Upon graduation, she got a job at Bon Secours St. Francis in Midlothian, VA on the Mother and Infant Unit where she worked for 4 years. As much as she loved her job, she always felt a pull to come back to Charleston and work at MUSC and in June 2014, she got that exact opportunity. Priscilla currently works in the Special Care Nursery and loves her job. She feels lucky to work with such wonderful nurses but, most importantly, to take care of the strongest and mightiest little and big babies.
Outside of work, Priscilla loves to sing and has recently found a new passion in ballroom dancing!!!
Madison, RN, BSN
Madison was born in Ontario, Canada and raised in the Charlotte area. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Newberry College in 2017. She then moved to Charleston to work at the Medical University of South Carolina. There she is a part of the medical-surgical pediatric staffing pool which includes taking care of patients on the Cardiac Step-Down, PICU Step-Down, Hematology/Oncology Floor, Psychiatric floor, Level II Nursery, Infant Care Floor, and the Pediatric Med-Surg Floor. She was drawn to pediatric nursing for her drive to help children when they are most vulnerable. In her free time, she loves to read books, go to the beach, and go kayaking.
Mimi, RN, BSN
Mimi was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Kennesaw State University and graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2017. After graduation, she began working in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for three years. This is where she developed her passion for nursing and caring for babies. When Mimi was not caring for critically sick babies, she spent all her spare time with the babies that were nearing the end of their hospital stay, swaddling them with extra love!
In 2020, Mimi made the big move to Mount Pleasant in the heart of the old village for a position in the Pediatric Post Anesthesia Care Unit at Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital in prep and recovery for babies and children that come in for surgery.
Mimi’s time outside of work is spent with friends and family, enjoying the outdoors at the beach, and jogging in the neighborhood. She is also a big foodie and loves to try the delicious meals that Charleston has to offer. She is excited to bring her experience into the homes of the families that choose Nurse at Night.
Jennifer, RN, BSN
Jennifer grew up in Clinton, SC and moved to Charleston to attend the College of Charleston. She graduated from MUSC with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Her first job was back home at an inpatient hospice house and later moved back to Charleston to work in a doctor’s office with all ages. She finally landed her dream job at MUSC in the Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and has been there a year. When Jennifer is not working she is playing tennis with her boyfriend and friends.
Kelly Ann, RN, BSN, CCE
Kelly Ann has over a decade of experience in obstetrical nursing and is a certified childbirth educator. After working with laboring moms, coaching them through deliveries and teaching them how to care for their new babies throughout her career, Kelly Ann knows what women need on their journey of motherhood. Kelly Ann strives to empower, educate and be a vocal advocate for every mom that she works with.
Kelly Ann received her BSN from Charleston Southern University in 2007. She developed a perinatal nurse navigator program for a local community hospital to ensure moms and their families have access to the best care possible and to increase patient and physician satisfaction.
Kelly Ann is an active member of the Junior League of Charleston and volunteers with Postpartum Support Charleston. When not working with moms, Kelly Ann enjoys taking advantage of Charleston’s many waterways. In addition to sailing, Kelly Ann is devoted to rescuing animals of all sizes. She describes herself as a “foster failure” and admits that once she brings them home they are there to stay.
Molly, RN, BSN
Molly grew up in a beach town in the Florida panhandle. She received her nursing degree from Louisiana State University and immediately started working in Labor & Delivery because of her love for babies and being able to witness the incredible miracle of birth!
She has spent the last couple of years living all over the southeast with her husband and two little ones. She is excited to use all of that diverse experience she has learned along the way towards taking care of your little one.
She was first introduced to the Mom’s On Call method with her oldest child and swears by it! As a working mom, she understands the necessity of sleep for new parents and is happy to help you transition into a manageable schedule that works for your family. She is also trained to assist new moms with breastfeeding and lactation support.
Molly and her family now live in the Mount Pleasant area and are excited to be near the beach again! They are big foodies and absolutely love Charleston!
Sarah, RN, BSN
Cameron, RN, BSN
Cameron graduated nursing school from Clemson University in 2008. She worked with adults until 2011 when she began fulfilling her passion caring for the tiniest of patients in the Neonatal Nursery at the Medical University of South Carolina. Cameron worked there until 2019, fulfilling the roles of bedside nurse and charge nurse, when her career path took her in a different direction; however, she truly missed caring for babies and realized that her real passion and purpose was to serve in the Neonatal ICU. Thus she returned to the NICU at MUSC in November of 2020. She sincerely loves her job not only caring for sick babies, but also providing support and education to their parents living life in the NICU, even if they are only there for a short time.
Cameron is married to her high school sweetheart and together they have two elementary aged children. She was born and raised south of Charleston in rural Charleston County, where she also currently resides. She has a few animals, including two spoiled dachshunds and 3 cats, as well as some chickens! Cameron considers herself very creative and loves to write, as well as make crafts with her daughter. Her hobbies also include boating, riding ATVs and camping with her family on the weekends!