Contributor

Ebony Roebuck

Director of Midwifery, Community of Hope Family Health and Birth Center

Ebony Roebuck, CNM, MS is the Director of Midwifery at Community of Hope Family Health and Birth Center. Ms. Roebuck practices full scope midwifery and is Faculty Attending at Medstar Washington Hospital Center where she performs hospital births. She specializes in laboring women who desire unmediated births and caring for adolescents. Earlier in her career she also caught birth center babies and supports out hospital birth opportunities.



Ms. Roebuck’s research interests include improving infant mortality amongst African Americans, midwifery-based care for adolescents and sustainability of midwifery clinical practices. Ms. Roebuck received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Morris Brown College in 1999, a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Georgetown University in 2004 and completed her Midwifery education through Philadelphia University in 2007. In 2014, she was the recipient of Save the Children’s Real Award, Midwife Honoree and traveled to Rwanda.



Ms. Roebuck delivers midwifery services that emphasize caring, compassion and focuses on the safety of and sensitivity to the mother. Her approach to obstetrics appreciates advanced technology as a servant of safety, while empowering women to make their own choices.

Got a tip?

Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters? Here’s how.