Dr. Kelsey Thrush
Robin Webb R.N., B.S.N.
Robin is a registered nurse with over 30 years of healthcare experience. Twenty five of which focused on women’s health and well-being. She began her career as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force working in the intensive care unit of a a level 1 trauma center and then switched to labor and delivery in a remote military hospital. Upon leaving the Air Force, Robin’s focus was and is on patient education.
Robin has joyfully participated in a number of medical missions to remote areas in Guatemala,
Romania, and most recently to Ecuador with the Nested family for Project Nido.
Currently, Robin is a nurse at Dominion Fertility. Having experienced infertility herself, as well as a difficult pregnancy, she is passionate about women’s healthcare through all stages of life.
Jessica Campbell, BS, BSN, WHNP-BC
Jessica Campbell’s passion for healthcare began during her undergraduate education in 2004 at Radford University, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and minored in Sociology. This laid the groundwork for understanding how socialization plays an integral role in providing and receiving healthcare, as well as the need for compassion in counseling and
In 2010, after working in various aspects of women’s healthcare, Jessica completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Miami. She then went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Nursing in 2012 from Virginia Commonwealth University, specializing in Women’s Health. The practical experience, first as a medical assistant, then as a registered nurse, and currently as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, affords Jessica a strong medical knowledge base and has shaped her holistic approach to patient care.
Over the last several years she focused on providing OB/GYN care to refugees and the underserved in the city of Baltimore. However, she considers being a mother and raising her son Remi to be her greatest achievement.
Jessica recently moved back home to the DC area and is joining the practice of Reiter, Hill, Johnson, and Nevin as a Nurse Practitioner in July. She is thrilled to become a part of our Nested family and have the opportunity to educate couples during this exciting part of their life’s journey.
As a Physician in Guam and a Registered Nurse, Angelica has experience has 26 years of experience. She enjoyes teaching, clinical practice, and has a total of ten years in administrative positions for medical services, utilization review, case management and operations in an HMO, PPO and hospital settings. Her experience includes childbirth education, NRP instruction, national speakering, and is a certified professional in utilization review. She has joined the Reiter Hill Johnson and Nevin clinical team and as a Nurse Practioner.
Ebony Simpson MSN, APRN, CNM-BC
Ebony Simpson is a Certified Nurse Midwife with 23 years of experience in healthcare and 6 years of experience in women and infant services. Her passion for informed Obstetric care began as a nursing student at Emory University. She has provided hospital nursing care at some of the District of Columbia’s busiest maternity care units and trained with some of the regions best hospital, birth center and home birth Midwives to include the George Washington university hospital midwifery group, Birth care and Women’s health in Alexandria VA, and Mamas Homebirth practice in Takoma Park MD. Her speciality is natural childbirth. She has attended upright births, water births, breech births, twin births and preterm birth in collaboration with physicians. She is delightful to be adding childbirth education to her skills set in service of Women and families becoming empowered to experience safe and satisfying hospital birth.
Kelly Bonette, RNC-MNN
As a Registered Nurse who has spent the majority of her nursing career teaching and caring for newborns and their families, Kelly is delighted to be able to share her knowledge and experience with families as they begin their journey into parenthood!
Kelly has spent all of her nursing career working at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Virginia. She has worked in multiple roles in the hospital including critical care nurse, postpartum nurse, clinical manager, and patient care director of the mother-baby unit. After taking on a new role at the hospital that was outside of the Women and Infants Service, she found herself missing the interaction she had with new parents and their babies. She is delighted to get back to her passion of teaching and caring for newborns and their families through teaching with the Nested team!
Kelly and her husband have five children and one grandchild, so she brings practical “real-life” experience along with the evidence based education we provide at Nested. Like many women, she has worked to fit her professional life around her mothering. As her children grow older and move on to college and being more independent, she finds herself with more time and energy to devote to her other passions. Kelly is currently working toward her Master’s Degree in Nursing at George Washington University. When Kelly is not working or spending time with her family, you will likely find her studying, working outside in their yard, or her personal favorite…at the beach!