After six years of dedicated service, Kristin Putnam, Eileen Wood, and Dr. John Worden are ending their terms on the BOMA board. These legacy members have been integral to shaping and maturing BOMA into the organization we know today. They’ve given us an invigorated, structured, passionate organization that the board and BOMA personnel are committed to continuing to cultivate.
To help us continue the BOMA mission, we're excited to announce that two new board members, Christina Brown and Dr. Danielle Koestner, were nominated and, subsequently, appointed to the Board.
Christina (Christy) Brown and her husband, Paul, have been teaching the Billings Ovulation Method® since 2010. In describing her journey, Christy stated, “We liked how the method could stand on science alone. Billings is a strong witness to those coming to NFP from the natural/science side of things. We also believe it can open the door to the students thinking about the moral aspects of NFP and encourage them to grow in their faith.” Among her many talents, she is interested in supporting BOMA and finding ways to grow our teacher support network.
Dr. Danielle Koestner and her husband, Kyle, have been teaching Billings together for the last 6 years. She is a family doctor, which includes a lot of gynecological care. She brings a valuable physician perspective to the board and has a passion for making sure patients have easy access to fertility knowledge and charting support. She has taken the medical management seminars and has fully integrated FABMs into her medical practice for all women from menarche to menopause.
Please join us in celebrating those who have served and those who are just beginning to serve in a new capacity.
BOMA-USA provides education and training for The Billings Ovulation Method® which is a natural method of fertility management that teaches you to recognize the body's natural signs of fertility.