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Leonora Colen


Leonora is a midwife, mom, and a human who believes that birthing people should have autonomy in their birthing experience. She grew up splitting time between the foothills of Northern California and the Bay Area, took a gap year, and studied abroad for a year in Ecuador. She got a BA in Filmmaking at Bard College in upstate New York and took another year studying abroad in Spain. After graduating she moved to Austin, Texas and began a midwifery apprenticeship in a thriving home birth practice and, after graduating from the Association for Texas Midwifery program, she started working at Austin Area Birthing Center where she worked for 10 years. 


She is licensed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM). 12,000 prenatal and postpartum visits and over 500 deliveries later Leonora felt called to return to her home birth roots and do everything possible to keep birth safe and normal especially in the midst of a global pandemic. 

       "I started my family with my partner Cory by having the most empowering home birth I could have imagined and received such fantastic, unobtrusive care. We spend the majority of our time parenting (wrangling) 3 boys, one pug mix, a persian cat, and a hairless cat here in South Austin. In my free time I like to make pottery, swim at Barton Springs and go to the movies as often as possible."

Meg Rodenbusch


Meg Rodenbusch is one of the two founders of Home Birth Honey.  She is a Certified Professional Midwife through NARM and a Licensed Midwife in the State of Texas.  She worked at Austin Area Birthing Center from 2011 to 2020 as a Staff Midwife and, in her last year, as Staff Development Director.  Meg has attended over 850 deliveries and cared for and supported thousands of women during pregnancy, labor and postpartum.  Prior to her time at the birth center she apprenticed in the home birth world and attended many deliveries in her own semi-rural neighborhood southwest of Austin.  One of her greatest pleasures has been maintaining relationships with the families whose children she has helped bring earthside and functioning as a continued part of their lives and evolution.  Meg has also been lucky enough to catch five of her nieces and nephews, three of them by Vaginal Birth after Cesarean and one of them on her eldest daughter's 18th birthday!


Meg is the biological mother of two children, both born with midwives - the first at AABC and the second at home.  She also has a stepson who was born at home, but to his own mother!  She lives with her husband and their blended family, 3 dogs, 2 goats, 3 cats, 12 chickens, and innumerable fish in a farmhouse on a couple acres in the hill country Southwest of Austin and not far from Hamilton Pool.  Meg has a BA in Literature and Dance from New College of Florida, an MFA in Dance from Sarah Lawrence College, and is a graduate of the Association of Texas Midwives Midwifery Training Program.  Prior to discovering birth work, Meg ran a dance program at an all girls school in Greenwich, Connecticut.  She was also briefly the director of her own Calyx Dance Company here in Austin.  She grew up in Massachusetts, in Texas, and overseas in The Netherlands, where she graduated high school.   Meg is an avid yoga practitioner and revels in her time in the garden and on the lake.  She has a Mongolian yurt on her property that serves as both a personal yoga shala and as a satellite clinic space for Home Birth Honey!  She loves concocting spontaneous dishes in the kitchen with her husband, traveling to British Columbia and Baja California, and nourishing her children’s creative spark.  Her greatest passion is helping women harness their power and unlock the creative potential of their own bodies.  She believes that giving birth where and with whom you wish, with the care team of your choice, is a fundamental human right.  She is excited to be a part of this important time of transition in your life as a family.


Brittany Smith

I have been in the Austin birthing community for over 18 years. I have worked in the hospital setting beside OBGYN's, in a high risk maternal-fetal medicine office and in an out of hospital birth center with many wonderful midwives. I graduated from the Association of Texas Midwives training program in June of 2023, and have had the pleasure of being a student here at Home Birth Honey for the last 3 years. Women's health and birthing rights have been a passion of mine since my own delivery 18 years ago, and I am excited to have taken the leap into becoming a midwife after all these years.


I am a true Austinite, born and raised. I am married to my best friend, and we have two beautiful daughters. Besides driving and cheering at all of their extra curricular activities, I enjoy traveling with my family, 2-stepping with my husband, working out, and loving on our 3 dogs and cat. I have had the pleasure to be involved in hundreds of births over my 18 years in the birth world, but now I am looking forward to serving in the home birth community of Austin.

Heather Kim, DO


Heather Kim, DO is our Consulting Physician with Home Birth Honey.  Heather works with us on prescriptive needs and has signed our standing orders. 


She has her own private practice, Intuitive Pediatrics, and has also worked in urgent care and neonatology.  Heather is available for consults via Telehealth during your pregnancy for moments when medical decision making by a physician is required. 


Her collaboration contributes enormously to our commitment to safety at Home Birth Honey.  We are indebted to her for helping make the dream of this midwifery group a reality. 


Sarah Stott

Sarah is a student midwife, mother, and wife. Having studied public health and policy, Sarah is passionate about pursuing health justice and equitable access to quality care for all families. Sarah’s journey to midwifery began with her own experience with midwives in feeling seen and heard as a whole person.


After years of dreaming of walking with others in their birth journey, Sarah finally had the chance to begin with the Association of Texas Midwives program in January 2023. Sarah is eager to hear your story and join on the natural and sacred journey to motherhood.

In her personal time, Sarah enjoys baking, dancing, making music, and spending time with people, especially her husband Dan and their three children Isaac, Ezra and Eve-Joy. 

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