Tiffany Roxanne Barrett is a Native New Yorker born and raised in the Bronx and Harlem neighborhoods of the city. After moving to the PA suburbs in HS she attended Temple University and graduated from the School of Communications and Theater with a BA in Theater. Tiffany stayed in Philadelphia for another 10 years working as an artist and teaching artist in the city.
Tiffany founded The Priceless Woman in 2014 as a safe space for Black Women to develop and cultivate sisterhood. Prompted by the upcoming birth of her first grandchild, and the knowledge of the glaring disparities in Maternal Healthcare for Black Women Tiffany decided to shift the focus of the company in 2020. She revamped the company to be a service based platform, while simultaneously developing Magic V Steam a product based offering; both with their focus in reproductive wellness and justice. Tiffany is a champion for all things woman and fierce advocate for women’s wellness and reproductive justice.
After training with Master Doula Latham Thomas at Mama Glow, Tiffany transitioned into the role of Birth Doula and experienced the disparities up front and in person but this time with a new lens. This prompted her to expand her education to be able to better support her birthing families to ensure better birthing outcomes each and every time.
“We built the Priceless Woman and Magic V Steam as safe places for all women, but especially women of color who suffer from glaring disparities in healthcare, especially in the area of reproductive wellness. I want women to fall in love with self care and reclaim their wellness. I could not sit on the sidelines and hope for someone else to give us better. I stepped into the arena to provide better.
I am trained and hold certifications as a Birth Doula, Child Birth Educator, Lactation Educator, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Womb Steam Practitioner. Every product we’ve created came from the marriage of the knowledge I’ve received in all my trainings and the needs of the thousands of women I’ve worked with over the years. I come from a long line of birthworkers and traditional healers on my maternal side. Natural healing and birth work is in my bloodline. No matter how people find us we hope they stay and become family. The more we know the more we grow in knowledge, health and sisterhood.”