Tena Fry, DNP, WHNP-BC, IBCLC, CNE is a doctor of nursing practice who has almost four decades’ experience in nursing, most in maternal/child health. A women’s health nurse practitioner and lactation consultant, she has worked in community health, school and hospital settings. Currently, she is the Advance Practice RN for women’s and newborn services at a major midwestern teaching hospital, where she leads the journey towards Baby-Friendly designation and certification as a Safe Sleep Hospital for infants. Dr. Fry has also taught maternal/child nursing for an associate degree RN program for 25 years, and currently serves as a clinical adjunct faculty member for a BSN nursing program. Her “Systematic Review of Quality Improvement Initiatives Related to Cue-Based Feeding in Preterm Infants” was published in Nursing for Women’s Health (October 2018).