About Us

aboutLactSpeak is a forum for professional lactation speakers to list their services, enabling conference and event planners to find professional lactation speakers for their venues.

All speakers listed on this site represent that they have professional presentation experience and are respected for their clinical and/or academic expertise.

This site is not an agent for the speakers, and does not provide a warranty of the quality of their services. Conference and event planners may contact listed speakers directly to negotiate services.

Why Should You Invest in a Professional Speaker?

aboutA professional speaker will draw larger attendance, increasing profits. She will also give more informative and entertaining sessions, which will increase audience satisfaction, as well as future attendance. Conference planners almost always find that their conferences are dramatically improved with the investment of a professional speaker!

Welcome to LactSpeak

welcome to lactspeak This is your one-stop destination when you need a professional speaker for your lactation conference. Our site hosts an impressive cadre of talented speakers in the field of lactation, including many top-notch clinicians, authors, and researchers. These are the speakers your audience wants to hear. Feel free to browse our site to meet our excellent speakers and discover the tools that will help make your next conference a tremendous success.

Speaker Focus

Elizabeth Myler

Elizabeth (Beth) Myler, BS, BSN, RN, IBCLC, is the co-owner/co-founder of Mahala Lactation and Perinatal Services LLC, a busy private practice serving Northwestern and Central New Jersey and Lehigh Valley, PA.  Beth works with medically diverse mother/infant dyads, trains and mentors lactation consultant interns and co-manages Mahala associates and daily logistical operations.  Beth became a Registered Nurse in 1999 and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in 2009. Beth was selected for a two year volunteer service in the US Peace Corp as a Maternal/Child Health and Nutrition Extension Agent in French-speaking Cameroon, West Africa. She frequently shares clinical stories and life lessons based on her unique work in 3rd world sub-Saharan Africa during her presentations.  She began her clinical nursing career in pediatric and adolescent medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and now has over 14 years of experience in the areas of reproductive biology, community and mental health, school nursing and maternal/child health.  She also trained as a birth and postpartum doula and enjoys planning and hosting Mother Blessing ceremonies, an alternative to the traditional “baby shower,” where expectant mothers are emotionally supported to explore their instinctive abilities to birth and breastfeed their babies.  She is the proud mother of three breastfed sons and lives with her family in Hackettstown, New Jersey.