About The Team

Diana Collins – Founder, President 


Diana Collins is a wife, mother to two beautiful girls, ppd survivor, postpartum doula, president of The Always with Me Foundation, speaker, and author! She’s one busy mama but wouldn’t change a thing!

After losing her best friend Sabrina to postpartum depression and hitting rock bottom herself, she went on a journey of extreme healing and finding her purpose in life.

She enjoys bringing sisterhood in motherhood and creating authentic relationships wherever she goes. Diana says that life is too short and we must live the life we deserve!

When she’s not busy changing the world, you’ll find her reading a book, crafting, and laughing at her own jokes!

Lindsay Gibson – Director


FB and Instagram: @authorlindsaygibson

 Hello! I am Lindsay and I am a Motivational Speaker, Writer, Doula, Trauma Yoga Instructor, Birth Psychology Specialist and Joy Restoration/Health Coach for Mamas. I wear many hats in the work that I do but my focus is helping to bring light back into women that promote inner healing. I am the creator of my 7-Week therapeutic writing series, “Journal Back to Joy.” Here in Connecticut, I also teach my JOYoga® series. They are yoga classes for women that are designed to prepare for Motherhood, mind, body and spirit, clear energy and restore JOY! I spend most of my time taking care of my two young blondie daughters, Lillian and Layla, being a wife to my Irish (brogue and all) husband Jason, and all that motherhood/wifely duties entail. I am also a mother to my angel son above, Joseph, whose love shines through me every day. My greatest passion is writing to inspire through my heart and through God. I am currently working on my first book, an inspirational memoir, entitled “Just Be” so stay tuned!

Sarah Mahoney – Secretary (Bio to be updated)

Jessica Howell – Treasurer


Jessica Howell, a wife, and mom of two is a mompreneur on a mission. She is on a journey of finding the meaning of self, while also sharing her story of life experiences with others. Her passion was in the veterinary industry until she had children of her own. Switching from critters to two-legged little humans was somewhat of a challenge. Going through a postpartum depression stage really opened her eyes to a new perspective. A new self-awareness of self-care, proper nutrition, and support. She became a representative with a company that helps “bridge the gap in what we should eat, and what we actually do.” While on this journey with nutrition, and self-growth, she aligned herself with a few other individuals on a mission. Together, a tribe was formed, and so began, The Always with Me Foundation. Aligning herself with this organization was the missing piece she had been looking for, and the foundation is on a mission to help other mamas know they are not alone. This has paved a path towards the future of becoming a doula and a wellness coach. She is always up for meeting new people and engaging in conversation.