Executive Director Susan has been a practicing Neonatologist since 1978, following completion of her Fellowship at Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. A graduate of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA, she completed her Pediatric Residency in her hometown of Wilmington, Delaware prior to entering the Neonatology Fellowship Program. Following completion of the Neonatology training, she practiced for a time in Jackson Mississippi prior to moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 1986, where she continues caring for preterm and ill Neonates. Throughout her medical career, she has remained very supportive of breastfeeding and breastfed her 3 sons with mixed success. In 2012, she pursued and obtained International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) status – specifically so that she could help start a Mothers’ Milk Bank for the High-risk babies of the State of Tennessee.
Helen Scott, RN
VP, Regional Director, West Registered Pediatric Nurse for 30 years at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, Memphis TN. in various departments starting in the Special Care (infants 0-1yr), ED/Triage, Urgent Care and Outpatient Clinics and also worked on the In-patient unit, for 10 years when Le Bonheur and Methodist hospitals merged. International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, RLC for 20 years – 1997. Postpartum, Labor and Delivery and NICU – first full-time Lactation Consultant – Le Bonheur Germantown, Women and Children's Pavilion for 8 years. Breastfeeding Coordinator on the TN Breastfeeding Hotline – since its inception October 2013 - July 2018 Breastfeeding Coordinator for Le Bonheur Pediatric Group Breastfeeding Clinics. Member of: Memphis Area Lactation Consultant Association Shelby County Breastfeeding Coalition. International Lactation Consultant Association; United States Breastfeeding Committee; Le Bonheur Pediatric Group Breastfeeding Clinic Lactation Coordinator; Shellby County Breastfeeding Coalition Board Member; Memphis Area Lactation Consultant Association (MALCA) Board Member; Memphis Common Table - B5210 member; Kingsway Christian Church Disciples of Christ Graduated as a RN and Registered Midwife in Johannesburg, South Africa and worked in London, England before moving to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital Memphis TN.
Pat Steimer, RN
Regional Director, East I am a Registered Nurse, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, wife of a retired Army Officer (30 years), Mother of two adult married children, with one grandson. My nursing career includes opportunities to practice and mentor in Medical-surgical, Pediatric, Women’s Health, Obstetrics and Newborn specialty areas. Certifications in Doula work complimented many years. Many military assignments offered positions in the US and Belgium. Girl Scouts lead to leadership, training, and management levels in Europe. The American Red Cross opened positions as an educator and trainer in areas of Pregnancy, Child Care, First Aid/ CPR, as well as HIV/AIDS. Most often, the role of Resource / Support for military families was consistent. All services were gratefully acknowledged. My current activity and membership with several professional organizations is very important to my future endeavors to promote family services and support during childbearing years, breastfeeding, and the promotion of human milk use throughout the world.
Regional Director, Southeast
Regional Director, Northeast
Jane Kershaw, RN, BA, IBCLC
Bachelor’s degree in Management and Human Relations. Jane is a registered nurse with 43 years of experience in Maternal-Child Nursing, much of it spent helping Mothers learning to breastfeed. Retired ASPO Certified Lamaze Instructor. Current International Board Certified Lactation Consultant for 30+ years. Past President of Tennessee Lactation Consultants Association. Former (prior to retiring): Manager of Centennial Medical Center Lactation Support Services. Current: Owner and Founder of Hope Breastfeeding Support: hopebreastfeeding support.com. Enjoy playing the piano at my church, oil painting, writing essays and poetry, gardening, sewing, line-dancing and snow-skiing. Married. 5 children and 8 grandchildren.
Noreen Webb, RN, IBCLC
Has over 20 years of experience as a registered nurse. The majority of this experience has been in the maternal child areas of the hospital. Noreen became a lactation consultant in 2003 and currently works as a lactation consultant for TriStar Centennial and Stonecrest Medical Center in Smyrna, TN. Noreen met her husband in the United States Air Force during Desert Storm, where they both served as medics. She received her nursing degree from Union University in Jackson, TN and has received certifications as a Childbirth Educator, Infant Massage Instructor, and Lactation Counselor. Noreen owned and operated a home breast pump rental business in the 90’s serving Sumner County Tennessee. As a mother, lactation consultant, and neonatal nurse Noreen is excited to be a part of the Mothers' Milk Bank of TN team.
Victoria Roselli, BS, IBCLC
Victoria is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and was on the Planning Committee for the Mothers’ Milk Bank of Tennessee. She earned her B.S. in Maternal Health and Lactation and earned credentials as an International Board Certified Lamaze Instructor and a Certified Newborn Care Specialist. For over 10 years, she provided Lamaze instruction and newborn care through her private practice, and has provided lactation consultation through the Tennessee Breastfeeding Hotline since 2013. Mrs. Roselli also worked as a regional Blood Donor Recruiter, where she gained experience planning donor events and reaching out to various organizations in support of hospital blood donor programs. She currently resides with her husband in Phoenix, Arizona, where she enjoys swimming, cooking and frequent travel.
James Cook, Retired Army Officer
James (Jim) Cook Jim Cook is a retired Army Officer and University Math Instructor. He grew up in Middle Tennessee and was educated at Tennessee Tech and the University of Texas at El Paso. He is married with a daughter and two granddaughters. As a father and grandfather, he knew of the health advantages of Mothers’ Milk for newborns. Having received a brochure and other information about Mothers’ Milk Bank of Tennessee from one of its Co-founders, Susan Campbell, it seemed like a great project to financially support. He is pleased to be a bigger part of this effort by serving on the Executive Board.
Thomas (Thom) Scott
Thom’s background includes banking, business process consulting, construction management and real estate. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin – Superior. He and his wife, Suzanne, have 3 grown children and 7 grandchildren. Thom brings expertise in facilities management, workflow processes and general business to the executive board and is honored to serve this worthy enterprise as a board member and general consultant.
Emily B. Drucker,
Director of Operations
Christina Vargo, Lab Supervisor
Angela Plunkett RN, IBCLC, Director of Donor Screening Program