- Nneka Hall
- Massachusetts Ambassador
Nneka Hall is the mother of four (two Sunshines, ages 21 and 16, an Angel baby who would be 11, and a Rainbow who is 7). In 2014 she founded Quietly United in Loss Together (QUILT) Campaign, which is a Pregnancy And Infant Loss Awareness campaign designed to raise awareness of all types of loss from conception through a child’s first two years of life, teach healthy fertility through womb health education, provide support to families who suffer these losses and provide support for PAIL organizations as needed.
As the mother of a stillborn baby girl turned Maternal Health advocate, it is Nneka’s goal to turn kick counting into a standard of care. Becoming a Count the Kicks ambassador made perfect sense.
- June 2016 US of Women’s Summit as a Nominated Change Maker
- January 2019 featured in The This Is My Brave Short Documentary
- March 2019 Advocate of the Year Award from The Boston Public Health Commission’s Community Action Network
- July 2019 Star Legacy’s Advocate of the Year
- September 2019 appointed to the Ellen Story Postpartum Depression Commission
- December 2019 Union Capital Boston’s Community Advocate of the Year
- February 2020 Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley’s guest at the State of the Union and recipient of the Brinklow Humanitarian Microgrant
- December 2020 founded Mother IS Supreme Inc.
- January 2021 appointed to the Racial Inequities in Maternal Health Commission
- September 2021 joined the board of Postpartum Support International of MA.