BECOME A PAID MEMBER
Becoming a paid member allows us to continue our efforts in improving maternal health outcomes for women of color and provides access to women who may not be able to afford the app membership.
Weekly Inspiration by perinatal mental health specialist.
Expert Posts: A variety of pertinent maternal topics written by health specialists.
In-App chat with OB/GYNs, Doulas, Nutritionists, Lactation Specialists & more.
Monthly virtual events to share, learn and connect with other women in the Wolomi community.
Group Pregnancy, Lactation & Parenting Support
Group Mental Health Support
WHY JOIN WOLOMI?
Let’s do motherhood together! Connect, share and learn from other sistas and find the support you need on your motherhood journey. The Wolomi membership includes a forum to chat about your experiences with other mamas.
Find your pregnancy bliss! Wolomi offers you weekly tips from a midwife of color to prepare you for your doctor's appointments, advice from trusted experts, and assessments to check on how you’re doing along the way. Leave the stress, find the joy.
Get support from maternal health experts. Membership includes virtual group coaching and community discussions led by a registered nurse. Other experts lead conversations and events exclusively for the Wolomi community.
Your Trusted Pregnancy Companion
MEET OUR FOUNDER,
Hi sistas, My name is Layo George, and I am the founder of Wolomi. As a mom and women’s health nurse, I was inspired to start Wolomi to address the national maternal health crisis facing women of color. Drawing upon both expert healthcare knowledge and the power of solidarity, our online community helps prepare women to navigate pregnancy, birth, and postpartum with joy and confidence. With Wolomi, the focus is always your pregnancy, better outcomes, your way.
Download the app, and join our community today at no cost for a limited time – we are in this together.
WHAT OTHER MAMA'S
"What I love about the Wolomi community is it’s a diverse community. I've felt comfortable enough to share my experiences and ask questions. Moms get judged a lot so it feels good to be able to relate to women who won’t judge."
Kimberly, Wolomi mom