Nneka Hall is the mother of four. She is a Maternal Health Advocate and full spectrum doula, who resides in Massachusetts. She founded Quietly United in Loss Together (QUILT) in 2014 and was invited to the US of Women’s Summit as a Nominated Change Maker in 2016. In September 2019 she was appointed to the Ellen Story Postpartum Depression Commission and was invited to be Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley’s guest at the State of the Union(2020) because of her work in Maternal Health.
Nneka founded Mother IS Supreme Inc. because she saw a need to change the way the postpartum body is supported. She was appointed to the Racial Inequities in Maternal Health Commission in January of 2021 followed by joining the board of PSI and MA in September of that same year. She is a Count the Kicks Ambassador and a US of Women Ambassador. In April of 2022, Nneka was accepted into the 2020 Moms Nonprofit State Fellows Program and recently became a Hey Mama Community Connector.