Jessica Riggs

Indigenous Women's Health Program Manager

Jessica Riggs, CLE, CD(ICTC), TWU Indigenous Women’s Health and Reproductive Justice Program Manager, has been working with TWU since 2010 as a community doula, childbirth educator, Certified Lactation Educator and in her current position since 2015. Her Bachelors degree in Integrative Health Studies is from Northern New Mexico College. She is the current Coordinator of the Care Coalition for Northern Families. Jessica is a passionate advocate for reproductive and birth justice and has made it her mission to provide compassionate and culturally appropriate doula care to the families in her community. She is committed to working in the intersections of indigenous women’s health, reproductive justice, environmental justice, and ending violence against girls, women, and Mother Earth. She lives in rural Northern New Mexico, where she is a co-parenting mother of a beloved son.