Positive Birth Movement
Milli Hill is the founder of the Positive Birth Movement (PBM), a global network of nearly 400 free to attend antenatal groups. Her book, The Positive Birth Book, was published in March 2017 to wide acclaim, immediately becoming an Amazon bestseller and remaining one of the most popular books for pregnant women ever since. Her message is simple, that birth really matters to women, that it can be empowering, inspiring and life-enhancing, and above all, that they can do it! She is a tireless advocate for women’s choices and for the notion that birth can be positive in any setting, from home to the operating theatre.
As well as her work for the PBM, Milli writes for various publications about birth and motherhood, including the Telegraph, Guardian, BestDaily, GoodtoKnow and Mother&Baby. She uses social media to challenge attitudes around pregnancy and birth and is the brains behind leading campaigns such as #SoProud and #BirthJustHappened. She is a regular speaker at birth and maternity conferences and is working on a new book about birth and feminism to be published in 2019. She lives in Somerset with her partner and their three children.