Dr. Robin Page, is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse with current certification as a Nurse Midwife. Dr. Page served in community health as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala, which greatly enriched her cultural competence and perspective of the needs of underserved communities. Throughout her years in Guatemala, she worked closely with community health “promotoras,” whose work aligns with that of nurse home visitors working with pregnant women, new mothers, children, and families as described in this proposal. She has continued her work in the US with underserved Latina immigrant women as an APRN in prenatal and women’s health clinics. Dr. Page has worked with and served the needs of pregnant and postpartum Latinas and factors relating to mental health, stress, and social support. She currently has several publications resulting from her work with Hispanic women, encompassing my work as both a clinician and researcher. Through these prior studies and my clinical work, she has created community and clinical partnerships, such as with Brazos Maternal & Child Health Clinic, that will facilitate the success of this project. She has demonstrated leadership skills through my directorship and administrative roles in the academic setting. Dr. Page also served in 2 different Director roles in academic institutions while also being actively engaged in clinical practice and teaching. She led four interdisciplinary research teams (including externally funded studies) whose focus is on low-income and underserved pregnant women and health disparities.