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Our mission is to improve children’s health and well-being through education and advocacy about biologically normal sleep. We aim to create a better world by providing professionals and families with the latest research in neuroscience and attachment in relation to children’s sleep and create a culture shift where nurture is at the forefront.

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Jessica Moura – Founder / Chairman

Jessica Moura is from Brazil and has been in the United States for over 12 years. She came to the US to pursue her education when she was only 19. As an Army wife, after living in many states she has settled in Alabama with her husband and two daughters. She graduated from Auburn University in Integrative Health Sciences, post-graduated in Traumatic Stress Studies from the Trauma Research Foundation, and in Pre and Perinatal Psychology in the United Kingdom with the International Society of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPPM). Jessica’s sleep education comes from Penn State University and she has dedicated her life to disseminating attachment-based and trauma-informed information about pediatric sleep. Since 2017, she has supported many families and professionals in her company Family Wellness International Institute. In 2020, she published her book Beyond Sleep in Brazil. She is passionate about teaching about parenting, development, and health through an interdisciplinary lens that is respectful to both parents and children. Jessica yearns for a world that understands the importance of good sleep for growth and development, but in ways that are biologically aligned with the needs of a developing infant/child. Jessica founded the Children’s Sleep Foundation in 2019.

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Greer Kirshenbaum, PhD – President (CEO)

Greer Kirshenbaum PhD is a neuroscientist, doula and educator. Greer is passionate about communicating neuroscience research and the tremendous ways nurture transforms the infant and parent brain towards mental wellness. Greer was engaged in research for over 15 years studying how genetics and experience shape the emotional brain and influence lifelong mental and physical health. She has published numerous academic research articles and received many awards. Greer has a BSc in Neuroscience from Dalhousie University, a PhD in Neuroscience and Medical Science from the University of Toronto and worked for several years as a postdoctoral research fellow at Columbia University.

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Rocío Zunini, PhD – Vice President

Rocío Zunini is a member (modify here accordingly, not sure what to put) of the Children’s Sleep Foundation, has a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Ottawa, and over ten years of experience as an academic researcher. After receiving a prestigious Marie Curie fellowship, she relocated to Spain with her family, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language for several years. Currently, she dedicates her time to supporting families and their children by providing courses, and coaching sessions on infant development, infant sleep, and the parental brain. She is passionate about disseminating information that is developmentally sensitive and biologically aligned with the needs of infants and parents.  She is a mother of two boys and currently lives in Spain with her family.

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Erin Rude Mossey – Secretary

Erin grew up on a farm in North Dakota and moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota to pursue her passion for graphic design. After graduating art school and honing her skills at award winning agencies, craving a more discerning and authentic connection to her work, she launched, MOSS KREATIV a strategic branding firm to focus on more meaningful work, specifically working with non-profits, small businesses and entrepreneurs. The isolation and ambivalence of becoming a mother following the birth of her son, lead her to create the mother-focused organization, The Madre Collective. After confusing, sleepless months with her newborn, not wanting to sleep train, an obsession with biologically normal infant sleep became a focus, which brought her take Dr. Greer’s course to work with families in supporting and nurturing sleep. Working with the Children’s Sleep Foundation allows her to further advocate for mothers and children.

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Brittany Chambers, MS, IFSS – Chief Financial Officer – CFO

Brittany Chambers, founded Good Night Moon Child to reconnect parents to their instincts and to replace outdated, fear-based sleep philosophies with education and empowerment. Britt is an infant and family sleep specialist informed by neuroscience, evolutionary biology, anthropology, and psychology. In addition to her sleep education, she has a bachelors and masters degree and has spent hundreds of hours hands-on in preschool and kindergarten classrooms, participating in the unfolding of early childhood education. Her work keeps maternal *and* infant mental health at the center and incorporates cross-cultural modalities, including meditation, energy medicine, nutrition, herbalism, movement, breath, astrology, CBT, and somatic therapy to address mind, body, and spirit well-being. When she’s not counseling families on sleep, she is with her daughter and husband playing somewhere outside under the California sun.