Through partnership I am able to provide Hospital Systems, Pediatric offices, Community Organizations, and other entities with consultation on creation and implementation of programs and services to benefit Pregnant and breastfeeding families.

The community Breastfeeding Educator workshop is perfect for your team of professionals who wish to increase their basic breastfeeding knowledge while working with families. Individual courses and content can be created for companies who wish to have a program of their own that can be targeted towards: Breastfeeding families, Pregnant Families, Teenage Parents and any other family within the pregnancy and childbirth sphere.

The Milk Queen is available to come to speak to your crowds of any size about topics related to Pregnancy, Childbirth, Breastfeeding and so much more. Some of the previous topics we have spoken on are The effect of Systematic Racism on Infant Mortality, Disparities in Breastfeeding, How to empower teenage parents to breastfeed, The fourth Trimester, Safe Sleep under a Risk reduction Paradigm, and Birth Justice.

For questions or pricing on any of my personal services please call (269) 861-6163 as fees are based upon project size or event durations. Send emails to

About The Milk Queen

Bianca Miot, Certified Lactation Counselor, Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Child Passenger Safety Technician

The Milk Queens focuses on advancing health equity for Black and rural communities though creating programs and partnerships that aim to decrease disparities. I provide judgment-free, evidence-based support and advocate to end racial bias in healthcare. I am dedicated to giving a voice and creating space for marginalized, underrepresented, and underprivileged populations. As a trusted partner in the community, I recognize the barriers to care of local = families’ experience in birth and breastfeeding spaces.

My Life's Work

My life’s work aims to decrease those barriers by providing families with access to support, and real life changing solutions. Relationship building and trust are at the heart of my services. Through partnerships, new programs, and community groups, I am working to bring about a healthcare system that every family can benefit from and feel safe within.

In the Press

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Third Half Hour Podcast

Reclaiming our Heritage

“By encouraging mothers to breastfeed, we are giving them back the power that was stolen from their ancestors and helping to heal their inter generational trauma. Breastfeeding is an act of reclaiming our heritage.“