Episode 147: Kymaletha: A Wholistic Approach to Maternal and Infant Health and Wellness

Kymaletha Brown, Founder of The Great Divine Center

Kymaletha Brown, founder of The Great Divine Center and the Goddess Great Maternal Infant Health Program, joins the 1 Girl Revolution Podcast to share her life story, how she got interested in maternal and infant health and wellness, and to talk about the incredible work she’s doing through The Great Divine Center and Goddess Great.

The Great Divine Center is the first black-owned women’s wellness center in Detroit, and it’s a one-stop-shop for clinical mental health counseling, dance, yoga, meditation, hypnobirthing, doula support, and more. Goddess Great provides home-based childbirth education and infant health services for Medicaid eligible families. These two organizations are dedicated to reducing African American infant and maternal mortality rates. 

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Kym’s inspiring life journey;
  • How Kym became the first woman in her family to have a natural birth and breastfeed her baby;
  • About Kym’s career and how studying maternal and infant mortality rates encouraged her to get involved in maternal and infant health and wellness; 
  • How The Great Divine Center and Goddess Great came to be and you’ll hear about their incredible work to support mothers and babies;
  • And so much more. 

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For more information on The Great Divine Center, please check out their Instagram and Facebook pages.
For more information on Goddess Great, please check out their Instagram and Facebook pages.

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