Tiffini Young, CNM
Tiffini Young, CNM received her BSN from Mesa State College and worked for many years as a labor and delivery nurse. In 2011, she received her MS in midwifery from the University of Colorado-Denver. Tiffini believes in the sacred process of normal, physiologic birth and caring for women throughout the life span.
She loves the beautiful Colorado sunshine. Her hobbies include hiking, biking, skiing, swimming, camping and spending time with her family.
Sue Hanson, CNM
Sue received her BSN from Indiana University. After receiving her BSN, Sue spent the next 6 years on active duty as an officer in the United States Air Force. She then went on to pursue her certificate in Nurse-Midwifery from Frontier University; the oldest and largest continually operating nurse-midwifery education program in the United States. Her Masters in Nursing was earned from Case Western Reserve University. She has been practicing as a midwife since 1999. As the mother of three girls, Sue has a special place in her heart for pre-adolescent girls and helping them understand their changing bodies. She has a passion for education and making sure girls receive correct information during this confusing time. She also gets great satisfaction helping women of all ages make contraceptive choices that fit their needs and lifestyle.
Sue and her husband Mike met and married while in the Air Force. They moved their family to Grand Junction many years ago after several years in Illinois and a two year adventure in Guam. They have three daughters, two son-in-law’s, a Shih-poo and a German Shepherd. Sue's current passion is CrossFit. She loves the way it has transformed how she thinks about her body and the feeling of getting stronger as she gets older. She also loves reading crime fiction novels and watching anything on HGTV or Food Network. Sue is thrilled to be part of Grand Valley Midwives. Sue Hanson is currently accepting new patients and would love to meet you.