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Monthly Check Ins

We have seen our coalition only strengthen during this time. Thank you for pouring into our families in our community but also yourself and each other. 


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February 14th  (2nd Tuesday) 

 12:30pm - 1:30pm PT 

New IBLCE Recertification Criteria and Process - Part 2
 with Kayellen Young, IBCLC, CD (DONA)

California Breastfeeding Coalition Summit 2023 Scholarship Recipients Presentations

Kayellen Young: BreastSide Manner for Lactation Professionals
Adepeju OyesanyaNormalize Brown Breasts: The Case for Proficiency in 
Breast Assessment on Non-White Skin Tones

March 14th  (2nd Tuesday) 

 12:30pm - 1:30pm PT 

California Breastfeeding Coalition Summit 2023 Scholarship Recipients Presentations

Lauren Stapp: Lactation Support for Patients 

with Large Breast/Chest


Sarah Monje: Supporting Infant Feeding in

Emergencies with the CDC IYCF-E Toolkit  


Ursula Kreeger: Breastfeeding and Hyperbilirubinemia--

What does the AAP Recommend?


Upcoming Dates:
April 11th 2023
May 9th 2023

June 13th 2023 

General Education Sessions

Every month on the 4th Tuesday we meet together to learn more and serve our families better! Speakers from all over the World come and dive deep into a specific topic. offer detailed information. These sessions are FREE and we do offer an Attendance & CEU Ticket options. Members may register for the CEU Ticket Option for FREE using their membership code that was emailed to you. With the CEU Ticket option, you will receive a link after the webinar to an evaluation. After the evaluation is submitted, you will automatically recieve your CEU Certificate delivered via email. 

Miss an Education Session?
Click here  to catch up.

February 28th, 2023 (4th Tuesday)

12:30pm - 2:00pm PT

Helping Parents Navigate Food Reactivity and Reach Their Feeding Goals

with Trillitye Paullin (Dr. Trill), Ph.D. 

Founder and CEO of Free to Feed Dr. Trill is a leading expert in dietary transfer to breastmilk and infant reactivity. 



  1. Know the different categories of food reactivity and their associated symptoms.

  2. Understand why some infants react to triggers through breast milk and how maternal health plays a role.

  3. Comprehend the various elimination diet and reintroduction strategies.


   1.5 CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN offered

IBCLE CERP areas: Development & Nutrition and Pathology and Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology

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March 28th, 2023 (4th Tuesday)

12:30pm - 2:00pm PT

PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) and Lactation - Part 2

with Reka Morvay, IBCLC


1. Be able to define PCOS

2. Be able to list three symptoms of PCOS that impact breastfeeding

3. List three strategies to counterbalance PCOS and its effects on breastfeeding. 

                                        1.5 CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN offered                                                 IBCLE CERP areas: Pathology and Physiology & Endocrinology 

Upcoming Dates:
April 25th 2023 Breastfeeding and Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
May 23rd 2023 Breastfeeding and Tongue Ties
June 27th 2023 TBA
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Hospital Collaborative

February 28th, 2023
2:15pm - 3:15pm PT

Putting Babies Before Business: The Why and How to Implement the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes in Hospitals

               Facilitated by Lauren Stapp, RN, IBCLC              Barstow Community Hospital and 

Pat Spier BSN, RNC-OB, EFM-C

PAC/LAC- Program Manager

Southern Inland Counties

Regional Perinatal Programs of California


Join us for our Quarterly Hospital Collaborative as we continue the race to be ready for the SB402 deadline, Jan 1st 2025. 


Includes FREE CEUs and CERPs from all General Meetings

For the past several months, our coalition has been working on a report that would share the San Bernardino County breastfeeding rates in hospitals and a clear understanding of the Senate Bill 402. With the collaboration and information from the California WIC Association and the UC Davis Human Lactation Center and IEBFC intern, Nicholette Lambert the report is ready for public distribution! 
Please download, forward, and share! 

We will continue the hard work partnership with our Coalition members to educate, advocate for, and market to communities with breastfeeding disparities.

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