Hi! I’m Jen Kamel.
I’ve helped thousands of birth professionals and parents around the world become clear about the evidence on VBAC. I believe that every person should have access to VBAC. My mission is to make that a reality throughout the United States and beyond. No small goals here.
How I can support you
Jen is a passionate, dynamic, informed, and engaging speaker. The information she shares is critically important for everyone who works with pregnant people.
Labor & Delivery RN
After consulting with Jen, I was able to refine my knowledge about VBACs and my larger talking points when speaking on behalf of California families.
CFO/Treasurer, California Association of Midwives &
California Association of Licensed Midwives
I absolutely loved “The Truth About VBAC” — I learned SO much! I strongly recommend this class to anyone who is interested in learning about VBAC!
PhD, RN, APRN, Founder, Evidence Based Birth
Jen is amazingly knowledgeable, articulate, a lively speaker, and funny. Our audience of professionals and pregnant women loved her.
Hayuta Goren Cohen
RN, Hypnotherapist, Author, and
Co-Founder, Good Life Academy
Since we are not experts on VBAC, we turned to Jen. She created three handouts for us with great information and full citations for all the information.
Mary Kathryn DeLodder
Kentucky Home Birth Coalition
You have to be educated and informed about this issue. "The Truth About VBAC" was well worth every penny I paid to sit and listen to Jen's wisdom.
Certified Professional Midwife
Free Report Reveals...
Parents pregnant after a cesarean face so much misinformation about VBAC. As a result, many who are good VBAC candidates are coerced into repeat cesareans. This free report provides quick clarity on 5 uterine rupture myths so you can tell fact from fiction and avoid the bait & switch.
VBAC Facts does not provide any medical advice and the information provided should not be so construed or used. Nothing provided by VBAC Facts is intended to replace the services of a qualified physician or midwife or to be a substitute for medical advice of a qualified physician or midwife. You should not rely on anything provided by VBAC Facts and you should consult a qualified health care professional in all matters relating to your health.