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Brit Irvine, BSW

Founder and Director

Brit resides in Richmond, Indiana with her husband and their five children. She became interested in the Perinatal Bereavement field after the sudden and unexpected loss of their son, Brantley, at 38 weeks gestation. Brantley was considered a full-term stillbirth. Shortly after his passing, Kyle and Brittany experienced a six-week miscarriage. Her love of research led her to establish the Indiana Cuddle Cot Campaign in hopes that she could provide additional support and resources for families who have also experienced a Pregnancy or Infant related loss. During the day, Brit is the Director of Social Services for a local nursing home. 


Associate of Science in Medical Assisting (Ivy Tech Community College)

Phlebotomy Certificate (Ivy Tech Community College)

Certified Birth and Bereavement Doula (StillBirthday®)

Bachelor of Science in Social Work (Indiana Wesleyan University)

Master of Science in Social Work (Indiana Wesleyan University) *currently enrolled
Doctorate in Social Work (Capella University) *early acceptance, program starts July 2021


American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA)

Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance (PLIDA)
International Society for the Study and Prevention of Perinatal and Infant Death (ISPID)

International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA)

Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA)

National Associates of Social Workers (NASW)

Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC)


April 2018 - Wayne County's Outstanding Young Professional Community Involvement Award

June 2018 - ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Nominee

Kyle is a 2007 graduate of Richmond High School in Richmond, Indiana. He obtained his Technical Certificate in Construction from Ivy Tech Community College in 2012. He currently resides in Richmond with his wife Brittany and their five children. 

Kyle is the voice of reason and the go-to person when Brittany comes up with new ideas for the campaign. He provides the muscle and ensures that events go smoothly. His passion for the Indiana Cuddle Cot Campaign comes from the fact that he is able to help honor the memory of their son, Brantley, while being able to help other families.

Kyle Irvine


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