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Sascha James-Conterelli

Laborists & Midwifery
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Patient type treated
Child, Adult
Accepting new patients
No
Referral required
Not Applicable
Board Certified in
Certified Nurse-Midwife

Biography

Sascha James-Conterelli received her bachelor’s in nursing from Howard University and her masters in midwifery and doctorate from New York University. She has been practicing midwife since 2002. 

Dr. James-Conterelli’s professional journey has been unique and broad reaching with practice settings in both the public and private sector. In 2005, she added political advocacy and policy to her clinical work opening the door to many exciting opportunities for advocacy of midwives to be recognized as invaluable stakeholders in perinatal care. These experiences cemented her idea of the importance of education which led to her transition to full-time professor in 2014 while maintaining clinical practice.

Dr. James-Conterelli Is the president of ACNM’s New York State affiliate; New York Midwives (NYM/NYSALM). She is also honored to continue to have opportunities to provide my knowledge and expertise to many national and local policies such as the development of perinatal regionalization for New York State, serving as co-chair on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Maternal Mortality and Racial Disparities Task Force as well as a member of New York State’s Maternal Mortality Steering Committee and New York State Maternal Mortality Review Board. Most recently Dr. James-Conterelli served as a member of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s COVID-19 Maternity Task Force. 

Dr. James-Conterelli recognizes the importance of global outreach and have dedicated efforts towards assisting the midwives and the perinatal community in her home of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

Titles

  • Lecturer

Education & Training

  • DNP
    New York University (2013)
  • MA
    New York University, Midwifery (2002)
  • BSN
    Howard University, Nursing (1996)

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Additional Information