Michele Mesbah received her RN/BSN degree from Adelphi University in 1988. Her career in women's healthcare began as a nurse at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, New York specializing in high risk Obstetrics & Gynecology. She transitioned into the maternity unit where she educated new mothers on baby care and breastfeeding. This led to her true passion which was working on the labor and delivery unit which is where she spent most of her nursing career. Michele has been a cord blood educator as well as a childbirth educator for over 20 years. Educating expected couple on what to expect in labor and delivery as well as the importance in banking their baby’s stem cells at delivery. A once in a life time opportunity for all expected moms. We recommend everyone to visit www.cryocell.com. Call Michele with any question on cord blood banking. Michele also teaches all the childbirth education classes in person and virtual. Call to enroll contact Michele at 516 - 987 - 9216.