Robyn is an energetic and dynamic speaker who brings personal experience combined with evidence-based research to her presentations. She is an expert in the field of breastfeeding in the military, a topic that presents unique challenges and circumstances far different from those encountered by women in the civilian workforce. Her motivation for speaking is to bring attention to subjects she feels are little understood, and yet affect many women. Robyn has been a well-received speaker both locally and nationally. She has spoken at ILCA, LLL Conferences and at military bases nationwide as well as internationally. Her presentations include those for professionals where she discusses how IBCLCs and other health care professionals can support the active duty military mother to be successful at breastfeeding. She also has presentations for active duty mothers that are suitable for general military training or safety standown presentations. Book signings can be arranged with advance notice. Robyn has military ID and base access stickers.
Here is a brief listing of presentations that Robyn offers, more details and information about scheduling a presentation can be found at http://lactspeak.com/speakers/RobynRoche-Paull/
- Active Support for Active Duty Moms – suitable for AD moms, 45-60 minutes
- Breastfeeding and Bonding in the Military: Strategies to Stay Close While Separated – suitable for AD moms, 45-60 minutes
- Breastfeeding in Combat Boots: Strategies to Support Active Duty Mothers – suitable for HCPs, IBCLC, LLLL, Supervisors, 90-120 minutes
- HAZMAT and Breastfeeding: What You Need to Know - suitable for HCPs, IBCLC, LLLL, Supervisors, 60 minutes
- Pumps and Pumping in the Military….Oh My! – suitable for AD moms, 45-60 minutes
To inquire about scheduling a book signing or presentation for your event or organization, please contact Robyn at email@example.com.
Robyn will be speaking at the LLL of North Carolina Breastfeeding and Parenting Conference “The Need to Feed: Mothering Through Breastfeeding” October 26-28, 2012. Click here for more info.