Nice to meet you!

Meet our new Board President, Jen Sarduy: “Have you ever been to a team building meeting? You’re about to walk in, coffee in hand and eyes rolled to high heaven just knowing you’re going to spend the next hour doing trust falls with people you can’t even trust to get your lunch order right? Look […]

Houston Midwifery Relief

  Expecting families in Houston who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey and the midwives who serve them need your help! There currently are seven birth centers/midwifery practices that have not flooded, the Greater Houston Midwives Alliance needs these items to continue their great service. Through September 10th, all monetary donations through Birth Texas will use 100% […]

Birth Texas Opens Two Free Forums

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Fort Worth, Texas – June 13, 2017 In direct response to a call for action, Birth Texas has opened a Facebook discussion group, as well as removed the cost associated with their online resource guide. The newly formed Facebook Group, “Birth Texas – Discussion Group” will be open for the community. The group […]

Birth Texas Heads to Mommycon Austin

Joining the exhibitor hall at this year’s MommyCon event in Austin, TX on Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 is Birth Texas, a 501c3 non-profit consumer advocacy organization dedicated to reducing maternal and infant mortality, in the state of Texas, through consumer awareness and outreach. MommyCon is a nationwide event held in major cities across the US […]

Texas Birth Networks is Birth Texas

Incorporated in 2014, Texas Birth Networks is adopting a simpler moniker, Birth Texas, to help clarify its mission and purpose with just two words. “The organization has shifted its focus over the last few years towards consumer advocacy, access, and awareness,” says Board Member Jennifer Sarduy, “and the new name and look were a natural […]

Birth Texas Hosts Town Hall Meeting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Fort Worth, Texas – May 29, 2017 –  “Considerable racial disparities in pregnancy-related mortality exist,” according to the Centers for Disease Control, “During 2011–2013, the pregnancy-related mortality ratios were, 12.1 deaths per 100,000 live births for white women, 40.4 deaths per 100,000 live births for black women, 16.4 deaths per 100,000 live […]