2018

President: Tania Grose-Hodge​

Vice President: Johanna-Maria Wagner

Secretary: Jannah Tayib

Secretary: Nicole Tan

Treasurer: Angelyn Seet

Leila Carceres​Secretary

OUR MAIN GOALS

PURPOSE

Doulas of Singapore is a registered society (UEN T16SS0070K) run by doulas on a voluntary basis and is a non-profit- making organisation. 

Shaheeraa Khan

​Secretary

President: Tania Grose-Hodge​

Vice President: Johanna-Maria Wagner

Secretary: Jannah Tayib

Treasurer: Anahita Bhatia

2016

Johanna-Maria Wagner
President

Deanna Kearns

PR Media & Liaison

Doulas are birth professionals who provide continuous emotional and physical support to a labouring woman and her partner, at home as well as at the hospital.

They work with a couple prenatally to identify their individual goals, needs and expectations in order to help them achieve the birth experience they desire. They may also offer various levels of support immediately after and the days following birth.

DoS doulas adhere to our society's philosophy and abide by our Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. Download full document here.

PREVIOUS DOS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS

2017

President: Tania Grose-Hodge​

Vice President: Johanna-Maria Wagner

Secretary: Jannah Tayib

Secretary: Emeline Hare

Treasurer: Anahita Bhatia

Jannah Tayib
Vice-President


DOS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

The role of a doula

2019

Athina Vandevoort

Treasurer

OBJECTIVE

The society was founded to encourage dialogue and a good working relationship between doulas and the medical profession.

QUALIFICATIONS

Doulas registered with Doulas of Singapore (DoS) are professional birth workers certified with internationally renowned institutions.

​President: Johanna-Maria Wagner

Vice President: Jannah Tayib

Secretary: Anahita Bhatia

Secretary: Deanne Kearns

Secretary: Jemma Francis

  • Communicate with hospitals and caregivers to keep up-to-date with their standards and procedures and make this information available to our members. 
  • Establish a network for doulas that allows for communication, support, and social interaction. 
  • ​Provide mentorship and continued professional development to all registered doulas.
  • Offer a registry of doulas which allows expectant couples to find a doula to support them before, at and after birth.
  • Increase awareness of doulas within the public as well as the medical professionals in Singapore.