About Us

Lacy Mansfield, CPM, LM

I am a CPM (Certified Professional Midwife) and a LM (Licensed Midwife) for the state of Wyoming. We moved from Montana to Southeastern Wyoming in 2016. Prior to moving to Wyoming, I was an EMT for 9 years and serviced her rural area in Southeastern Montana. I currently hold a position as the treasurer for the Wyoming Midwives Association and also sit on the Wyoming Board of Midwifery.

In 2015, I decided to become a midwife and enrolled in a dual curriculum through NCM (National College of Midwifery) and Mountain Midwives School to fulfill both Montana and Wyoming requirements. In 2017, I graduated from Mountain Midwives School and then in 2019 she graduated from National College of Midwifery with an ASM (Associated of Science in Midwifery). Midwifery is in my families blood. Soon after beginning my journey as a midwife, I found out that my great grandmother, Sally Harris, was a midwife for the Northern Cheyenne people.

I am married and have 4 children that we also decided to homeschool. Family is a precious gift from God and I thank my Heavenly Father everyday for every moment that I get with them.

Granny Sally Harris

Famous midwife of the Northern Cheyenne people

Sally Harris

Short bio from the book "A Northern Cheyenne Albulm" by John Woodenlegs.

Sydney Calero-Student

My name is Sydney. I was born and raised in the small town of Ottawa Lake, Michigan. I am a wife, mother of two boys, Navy veteran, birth and postpartum Doula, photography enthusiast, and student midwife in the Midwives College of Utah Bachelor of Science in Midwifery program. After the birth of my first child, I felt a deep calling to midwifery. However, it didn’t feel like it was the "right" time. Instead, I completed doula training. In May of 2021, I had an incredible homebirth that grew my passion for birth even bigger than it already was. I woke up the next day knowing that midwifery was where I needed to be.

I hold the translation of "midwife" dear. I view the translation, "with woman" as an emotional, spiritual and physical commitment to support women in one of the most transformative times of their lives. I believe every woman deserves inclusive, informative, and respectful pre-and-post-natal care. Birth is a natural and physiological process. It is a powerful, personal, and spiritual experience. As women, we obtain the wisdom needed for birth. I believe that every woman has the inherent right to a pleasant birthing experience in an environment in which she feels safe, supported, and guided by evidence-based and current practices. I am excited beyond explanation to follow in the footsteps of the great midwives before me.

I would like to thank you in advance for allowing me in your birth space; aiding in my ability to grow as a student and serve the birth community as a new midwife in the years that follow. Alongside being a student midwife, I am passionate about documentary photography. Births included. If birth photography is something you may be interested in, I would love to discuss this further with you.

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Questions, comments, concerns?

Email: lacy@sacredbirthmtwy.com

Phone: (307) 331-7430