Denise Stern

Founder and CEO, Let Mommy Sleep

After giving birth to 3 kids in 2 years, Denise Stern became the owner of the world’s most ironically named business, 'Let Mommy Sleep," the country's leading Baby Nurse and Postpartum Care service based in Washington DC. When Stern’s twin girls were born in 2009 she had a one-year-old son, a husband without paternity leave and birth complications that left her in fragile health. Out of this personal experience and a dedication to uncompromising standards, Let Mommy Sleep was born and quickly gained momentum, landing Stern on a national platform as the US Chamber of Commerce 2013 Leading Woman-Owned business, a contributor to the Washington Post and attending the elite White House Summit on Working Families hosted by President Obama. Stern continues the advocacy started in 2011, lobbying Congress and continuing communication for sensible care for new families. Stern's non-profit also delivers free overnight care to military and 1st responder families whose babies arrive when a parent is deployed, wounded, or deceased. Stern’s goal is to make postpartum care visits a national standard for brand new families.
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