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“Life is very short and what we have to do must be done in the now. ”




Quatia Osorio BS-HSM, BSBA, CCHW, CLC, MCHS CPE MCHW, Doula is a Rhode Island native born and raised. Bryant University graduate, certified (perinatal) community health worker, certified lactation counselor, maternal child health specialist, certified perinatal educator, community birth and postpartum doula. Currently, a student at Thomas Jefferson University pursuing her second bachelors in Health Services Management and concurrently Dodge City Community College for her health science prerequisites.


She is the Founder of Our Journ3i, LLC, a perinatal community-led, based wellness center focusing on eliminating health determinants of communities of color through maternal support, education, advocacy, and awareness. Our focus is on racially, cultural diverse maternal and perinatal workforce development, training, mentorship, and professional development.

Agency owner and operator of the first doula agency in RI through MCO partnership, RI Perinatal Doula Agency in Pawtucket, RI. She seeks to expand birth and postpartum doula through MCO and provider referral based services to families.


She is the facilitator of Chocolate Milk Cafe RI, a Black breastfeeding support group focusing on increasing and extending the duration of breastmilk feeding and nursing families. It is an IBCLE approved volunteer organization. Chocolate Milk Cafe RI promotes health equity amongst the breastfeeding communities.


She is a HealthConnectOne Birth Equity Leader and CityMatCH CityLeader in Rhode Island. A Maternal Child Health Advocate she currently continues her studies to becomes a Certified Midwife. 



Often you can find her driving through the city on Sunday morning delivering cloth diapers to her client families, of Mama Blu Diaper Service. The premier cloth diapers service in Providence, RI. Her social enterprise has diverted over 30, 000 single-use diapers to our local landfill to date. 


She is the owner of Quaintly Farm, a Black Woman Owned Micro-Urban Farm located in the Northern End of Providence. She is the community garden leader at Charles Street Community Garden. She believes food justice is about empowering those in the communities to build networks and work together. She plans to offer a vegetable, herb and flower free-standing farm stand in her community to encourage others to implement the "each one reach one" model of holistic community care and support. 

  • Jefferson University,  BS HSM

  • Bryant University, BSBA

  • Certified Maternal Community Health Worker 2020

  • Certified Outreach Perinatal Educator 2019

  • Maternal Child Health Specialist 2019

  • SMC Birth Companion 2018

  • Certified Community Health Worker 2016

  • Certified Lactation Counselor 2016

  • Certified Facilitator of Chocolate Milk Cafe - RI 2016

  • Full Spectrum Doula 2015


  • Executive Director & Founder, Urban Perinatal Education Center

  • Founder and Director of RI Birth Worker Cooperative

  • Agency Owner of RI Perinatal Doula Agency

  • National Perinatal Safe Spot - NPTF

  • Collective Founder Co-Lead and Co-Member of Umoja Nia Collective 2018

  • CityMatCH CityLeader Cohort 12

  • Birth Equity Leadership Academy - RI Leader 2018

  • SMC Full Spectrum Birth Companion (Doula)

  • National Certified Professional Midwives - RI Chapter

  • Lead Volunteer of Ad-Hoc Umoja Nia Birthworkers of Color

  • Urban Greens Cooperative (Board of Directors)

  • Black Doula Association (Member)

  • Doulas of Rhode Island  (Member)

  • The National Association of Professional and Peer Lactation Supporters of Color (Member)

  • Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice (Member)

  • National Black Food and Justice Alliance

  • Rhode Island Black Heritage Society

  • Evidence Based Birth

  • Ancient Song Doula Services


Mother of Five.



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