Audrey Stout serves as the National Nurse Manager Consultant for NIFLA. She has been actively involved in pregnancy resource centers since 1987. Audrey served as Nurse Manager at pregnancy centers in Marietta, GA and Sandy, OR. She developed and taught curriculum for post-abortive women, served on a Board of Directors. In addition to writing curriculum and instructing with NIFLA's Institute in Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound 2000, she has written NIFLA’s monthly Clinic Tips, provided consultation with hundreds of pregnancy centers in their medical clinic conversion, spoken at numerous conferences on nursing and sonography. Audrey has trained medical professionals in OB sonography across the US and in Ukraine. Audrey challenges her students to always pursue growth in knowledge, skills and ability to serve the women and their unborn with integrity, compassion and excellence.
Audrey has dedicated her personal and professional life to at risk women, the unborn and those with special needs. Audrey and her husband, Dave, who pastored churches over 30 years, reside in Lexington, VA. They have three adult children and one grandson.
"Audrey was amazing and such an encouragement to me. I can’t thank you enough or express to you in words how valuable this training was for me. It was so beneficial. I feel like I finally understand why I’m doing what I’m doing and so much safer. Thank you for providing this incredible service to our clinic!"
Dotsy Davis is an Instructor for NIFLA and has over 30 years of obstetrical ultrasound experience, in OB/Gyn offices, pregnancy medical clinics and as a college program director. She started a college-based medical sonography program and facilitated the program's accreditation through the JRCDMS. Dotsy's heart is to serve in this Ministry for His purposes and His glory.
Dotsy and her husband Olin are from the Outer Banks of North Carolina. They have three children and four delightful grandchildren.
"Very valuable to have Dotsy here. Her teaching tips and suggestions are simply said + easy to remember + experience + insight were very helpful. I want all of our nurses to finish with this assessment. I was very encouraged and appreciated the time of devotion and prayer as priority with each training day...not just my practical skills were observed, but how I interact with patients."
Dana Klug is an instructor in Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound at a local pregnancy center since 2008. Her roles at the local pregnancy center have been client advocate, sonographer, and co-leader for post-abortion care-group. She has been a sonographer for over 20 years. She has a passion to work with women in crisis situations and to inspire hope in their lives. Dana and her husband, Vincent, pastor a church and reside in Louisa, VA. They together have four adult children and three wonderful and fun grandchildren.
"Dana was an excellent instructor. She was very informative, patient, and personable. I was very blessed to have her." "Dana was wonderful, very knowledgeable! I really appreciated her expertise and help. I feel I have gained knowledge and confidence in my scanning."
Kim Bloom, RDMS, has over 35 years of experience in the field of sonography, working in medical centers, and as a college professor, coordinator and program director. She has served at a local pregnancy medical center as a client advocate, sonographer and trainer. As well, Kim has worked as a sonographer on a mobile pregnancy unit. Kim has three adult children and currently resides in Colorado. She has a heart for helping women and the unborn in this life affirming ministry.
"Kim is an exceptional trainer. She has positive energy, is extremely knowledgeable and gives great instruction, tips and advice in a positive encouraging manner. "
Kasey has 20 years experience in sonography, starting her career in the clinical setting. Eventually she was given the opportunity to develop curriculum for a new ultrasound program at the community college and was lead instructor for nine years. Also during that time she volunteered at the local pregnancy center where she found she could combine her love of ultrasound, women’s health and her passion for life-affirmation. She became employed by the center as Sonographer and trainer. Kasey feels honored to serve others in their time of need and feels blessed to be able to advocate for women and the unborn. Kasey, and her husband Kevin, have three grown sons and an adored first grandchild.
has been in the ultrasound field for almost 12 years. She has worked at her local pregnancy medical clinic since 2015. Her roles at the clinic have included being a client – advocate, sonographer, and ultrasound instructor to the medical staff. She greatly enjoys working in the pregnancy medical clinic to form relationships with the women that she sees, provide them hope; always letting them know they are cared about no matter what, but most of all to let them all know they are so loved by our Heavenly Father! Cynthia resides in Tennessee and enjoys spending time with her 5 nieces and nephew..
“Cynthia was fantastic! She was Encouraging and tough in the right balance.” “I found Cynthia extremely helpful while continuing to challenge every part of my scan. Cynthia was so knowledgeable in helping us identify anatomy and in hard discussions with client.”
Asia Smith, RDMS, has been involved with the pro life movement since high school. After completing her ultrasound degree, her first job was at a brand new Pregnancy Medical Clinic in Florida. She and her boss attended NIFLA together and she was there the day the doors opened. Asia was also employed at a hospital and outpatient imaging center. Since that time, she has both volunteered and been employed at pregnancy centers in North Carolina and Virginia. She has worked as a hands-on ultrasound instructor for both NIFLA and Soundview over the last several years. Asia chose her career with the intention of being able to serve the unborn and their mothers and to show them life! She and her husband Kevin live in Virginia with their daughter Aaliya.