Jessica Lujan is a doula, reproductive justice advocate, a community-based herbalist and queer farmer from northern New Mexico. She received a BS in Integrative Health Studies from Northern New Mexico College. In 2010, Jessica worked with Tewa Women United as a full spectrum doula, childbirth educator, certified lactation educator, and began to serve as the manager of the Indigenous Women’s Health & Reproductive Justice Program at Tewa Women United from 2015 through 2022. Jessica sits on the Board of Directors for the New Mexico Doula Association as Birth Equity Co-Chair and provides support for community & philanthropic organizations, as well as to care providers through her heart project, Colibri Corazon. Jessica currently resides along the Rio in El Guique, NM with her son, fiancé and many fur babies.