Board of Directors


Candace Mabbitt (term: 2019-2021) is serving as the current president of the WA Affiliate of ACNM. She is a graduate of Georgetown University. Candace is committed to enhancing midwifery care through legislation and advocacy. She is currently working full-time with Providence Midwifery Group and enjoys offering full scope care to vulnerable patient populations. When not planning hikes to search for fairies with her daughters, Candace enjoys a good book and painting with alcohol inks. 

Hallie Granville, CNM, DNP, ARNP (term: 2021-2023) is currently working at a critical access rural health hospital and clinic in the San Juan Islands. Bringing full scope, integrative, and compassionate evidence-based care through a lens of intersectionality and equity is her passion. When not working, she keeps a diverse jungle of houseplants, and loves sharing laughter with her children.

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Vice President
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Jemma Nonog, CNM, DNP, ARNP (term: 2020-2022) is a Certified Nurse Midwife at Kaiser Permanente in Seattle, WA (KPWA). They are also a Diversity and Inclusivity Advisor/Consultant to KPWA. They are the first ever ACNM-WA EID Board Member. They are also co-leading on the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity Committee with the brilliant Ellen French. They hail from a small country town called Sedro-Woolley, WA, but quickly fell in love with Seattle and made it their home. As a once young single mom on Medicaid and WIC, they are passionate about reducing racial/LGBQIA perinatal disparities. They received their Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Washington. Jemma loves to dance, music speaks to their soul. They love traveling and have a passion for learning languages to transcend communication barriers with their patients. They consider their greatest contribution and honor to be raising their 15 year old daughter. 


Elise Fogel, CNM, ARNP

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Emily Bicknell, RN, CNM, DNP

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Student Representative

Emily Bavasi, RN (term: 2021-2022) is entering her final year as a midwifery student at Seattle University.  She looks forward to a year full of clinical experiences and to completing her DNP project which is centered on improving the care of people experiencing pregnancy loss in the emergency department setting.  Outside of school and her job as an emergency RN, Emily spends her time caring for her ten-month-old daughter, Evie, and working in the garden.

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Pew Bounvilay, CNM, ARNP

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