Sarah Corbally, President
Monica Berner, MD, Vice President
Jana Garza, Secretary
Kelly Minnehan-Galt, Treasurer
Debra Charlton, RN, BSN, MSN
Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies is led by a dedicated team of professionals
Brie Oliver is a registered nurse with a Bachelors of Nursing from Montana State University and has focused her nursing career in the area of Maternal and Child Health. As the Program Manager for Healthy Families Home Visiting at the Lewis and Clark City-County Health Department she very much enjoyed home visiting with pregnant women and families with young children. Brie is an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and served as the Vice President on the Board of Directors for Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies before becoming the Executive Director in 2017. As a mother of three young children and a Public Health Home Visitor for 9 years, she has come to understand how important it is to support parents as they raise their children. Believing in the statement, “It takes a village,” keeps her passionate about her work.
Stephanie Morton was born and raised in St. Ignatius, Montana and attended college at the University of Oregon, where she earned a degree in Anthropology. After working in accounting at the UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History, she moved to Seattle and worked in several non-profits supporting children and families. In 2014, she returned to Montana to work in her family’s small businesses and completed her Masters in Social Work at the University of Montana. She is putting her skills and passion to work as the Program Manager at Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies and most enjoys meeting and learning from folks across the state. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys being outdoors with her numerous animals, listening to political podcasts, and spending time with her family and friends.
Claire grew up in the tall peaks and wide valleys of Montana. She’s been influenced and inspired by this dynamic landscape all her life and loves to translate beauty and challenge into stories of struggle and triumph. As a mother of two, Claire’s learned the courage and strength it takes to scale the daunting mountains of parenthood. After graduating from the University of Montana with a Bachelor’s Degree in English (focusing particularly in Creative Non-Fiction) Claire is honored to communicate the efforts of Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies through the power of story. She also makes a mean cup of coffee, listens with all of her heart and is even known to crack a good joke from time to time. Claire currently manages our podcast: Mother Love and has begun hosting local story telling events for mothers seeking connection and support in the post-natal period. She believes in the healing power of story sharing and that the best service of all comes from the heart which is why she is here.