Kay Daniels, MD
Dr. Daniels has been a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Stanford University School of Medicine since 1994. She is Director of the Obstetrical Simulation program at Stanford Health Services. Her interests include providing care to the under-served locally and globally, and the promotion of simulation training for obstetrical teams. GO MOMS’ goal is to bring proven treatments for obstetrical emergencies from the developed countries to low resource countries.
AntoniA nicosia, MD
Dr. Nicosia is a Family Planning Fellowship trained Ob/Gyn who has devoted her career, locally and abroad, to solving disparities in women's healthcare. She practices general Ob/Gyn at Kaiser Permanente and serves as team member and advisor to GoMoms.
Katherine Bianco, MD
Dr. Katherine Bianco is originally from Caracas , Venezuela. She is a Clinical Associated Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Stanford University School of Medicine since 2015. She is a Maternal- Fetal Medicine and Medical Genetics specialist. Dr. Bianco is interested in maternal mortality and partnering with academic institution in Central America to foster Obstetrical simulation as a fundamental pillar in medical education.
Amy Huibonhoa, MD
After almost 20 years in general Ob/Gyn private practice, Dr. Huibonhoa now works for Kaiser and The Permanente Medical Group in San Francisco. She is excited about devoting more time to women’s health on a more global level through GO MOMS/GO GYNS.
Teresa Munoz, MD
Dr. Munoz is a general gynecologist who works for the Permanente Medical Group in Richmond, CA. She is interested in collaborating with doctors abroad in order to improve women's health everywhere.
Jessica Dubow became a passionate advocate for women's health while serving in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia. She now enjoys working with GO MOMS as an assistant in Guatemala and by developing this website.