KLIC is a Chapter of the United States Lactation Consultant Association (USLCA) & the official State Coalition associated with the United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC)
Dr. Jerome M. Adams, U.S. Surgeon General (2017-2021)
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Membership is open to all who support & promote breastfeeding or aspire to learn more & connect with colleagues, including lactation care providers, students and advocates. We welcome all care providers who specialize in lactation regardless of their professional designation (the IBCLC designation is not a requirement)
May I stress the need for courageous, intelligent, and dedicated leadership. Leaders of sound integrity. Leaders not in love with publicity, but in love with justice. Leaders not in love with money, but in love with humanity. Leaders who can subject their particular egos to the greatness of the cause. Martin Luther Jr.
Rebekah Scroggy, RN, BSN, IBCLC, received her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing in 2017 and started her nursing career as a Pediatric ER Nurse with Norton Children's Hospital.
After having her son in 2019, she changed career tracks and received her Breastfeeding Educator Certification. In 2020 she got the opportunity to change careers and joined the Healthy Start program as a Community Health Nurse helping families in the prenatal and post partum stages. In 2021 she received her Certified Lactation Counselor certification and started teaching about breastfeeding.
In 2023, Rebekah became an IBCLC and works in private practice and the hospital setting.
Rebekah has two children and married to her husband, Daniel. She enjoys reading, drinking coffee, and talking about breastfeeding.
My name is Liz. I am a mom to two amazing kids who keep me on my toes. I have breastfed both of my kids and loved my experience so much that I have become something of a breastfeeding advocate. I volunteered for a time as a moderator for an online Breastfeeding Support group and now I encourage parents in their breastfeeding journey.
I am also a small business owner as a bookkeeper and have a passion for all things numbers. I enjoy getting to help others organize and balance their books.
I am looking forward to being a part of KLIC and making a difference in breastfeeding here in Kentucky!
Margy Stivers, CLC, received her BA from the University of Kentucky.
I am a Sales Manager for Pediatric Products, dba Mommy Xpress and Xpress Nebs, a durable medical equipment company that specializes in providing breast pumps for moms and pediatric nebulizers for kids.
I am passionate about my job because it enables me to help children from birth thru adulthood by providing medical devices that help keep them healthy. I love providing education and support to new breastfeeding moms through Mommy Xpress.
Shannon was a peer counselor with WIC from 2005-2015. She then worked as a lactation consultant at the University of Louisville Hospital from 2014-2021.
Recently Shannon has started a lactatiohttps://img1.wsimg.com/isteam/ip/cf0f7dce-36ea-4390-9292-0636e01a6681/Shannon.jpg/:/cr=t:12.5%25,l:0%25,w:100%25,h:75%25/rs=w:1200,h:1200,cg:truen program at Family Health Centers Louisville (2021-present). Shannon has served KLIC as president and secretary throughout the years. She is bilingual (Spanish and English) and plays several musical instruments.
Her biggest job of all is raising four children, who are currently entering their teen years.
If you have experience and a desire to work on the website/membership side of KLIC, please let us know!