Corinne Daut RN, IBCLC, Director of Lactation Services
Corinne grew up in Delaware but moved away to attend college. After welcoming her first daughter as a college student, she decided she wanted to switch majors to become a registered nurse. She moved home and began nursing school and earned a certificate in Licensed Practical Nursing in 2009. She worked as an LPN for two years while continuing nursing school, and graduated in 2011 becoming a Registered Nurse.
Corinne had breastfeeding struggles with her first daughter, so during her second pregnancy (while working as a night shift RN in pediatrics), she began reading every breastfeeding book she could get her hands on. She welcomed her second daughter at The Birth Center in April 2013 and had a wonderful breastfeeding experience. She attended breastfeeding support group, meeting Katie Madden and some of the mothers and babies she had helped. After this experience, Corinne decided that she wanted to help moms and babies too because she had experienced both breastfeeding trial and triumph. She reached out to Katie at that time about a possible mentorship to become an IBCLC. Corinne welcomed another child, a son, at The Birth Center in July 2016 and had another amazing, though different and challenging breastfeeding experience. She began working at The Birth Center in April 2017.
When she’s not working with new mamas and babies, you can find her busy at home with her husband and their blended family of four kids, ranging in age from toddler to teenager. Corinne has plans to further her education when her toddler son begins preschool next year.
Gwynne Borsello, RN, BSN
Gwynne grew up in Hockessin, Delaware and earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Cum Laude at the University of Delaware in 2000 where she was also a member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. She began her nursing career in labor and delivery at Christiana Hospital later the same year. She worked for Christiana Care until 2010. She took some time off during those years to give birth to her three children. During the past three years, she has continued her nursing career working at a pediatrician’s office in Hockessin, Delaware.
Gwynne always knew she wanted to work in the medical field. When she was young you could find her doing anything from covering herself in bandages to volunteering at A. I. duPont Hospital for Children. She found her calling while in nursing school during her labor and delivery rotation. Being a part of one of the most important days of a woman’s life and experiencing a new life taking its first breath, was the most empowering professional experience for her. This was also the most empowering personal experience of her own life with the births of her own children.
After having her first child and struggling with her own breastfeeding journey, she discovered the field of lactation consulting. She knew she wanted to help and empower other moms during their breastfeeding journeys. She found her way to The Birth Center in April 2017 to begin her training to become an IBCLC.
When Gwynne is not helping nursing moms and their babies, you can find her spending time with her family at home on their small chicken farm, at the beach, camping, or exercising.
Jenna Daniel, MA
Natalie Najera, MA
Charlize Melendez, CCMA
Angel Timmons, CMA
Jessica Wax, CMA
Ruth McCutchan, Office Manager
Kelsey Nye, Lead Receptionist
Oriole O’Neill, Receptionist
Florence Smith, Receptionist
Marilyn Gilmore, Billing
Zeny Quiroz, Billing
Anna Marie Trotman, Patient Liaison