Emory Lactation Rooms

All Emory supervisors are required to provide a reasonable amount of break time for nursing mothers to express milk as frequently as needed. They must also provide a place, other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view and free from intrusion from coworkers and the public.  This space can be a lactation room, or any private space, depending on what is most convenient for mothers and their supervisors.  Emory provides a number of lactation rooms on campus; please note that some rooms may also be used for other physical/medical needs, such as insulin shots for diabetics.  Below is a list of rooms. For questions or complaints about a particular lactation room, contact the manager of that room. 

1599 Clifton Road, 1st Floor, Room 1338
Contact Emory WorkLife Resource Center, 404-727-8000 or worklife@emory.edu

Development and Alumni Relations
Contact Amanda Penn Watson, 404-727-1656 or amanda.watson@emory.edu

The Carter Center
Contact Sabrina Callahan, 404-420-5120 

Center for Women, Cox Hall, 3rd Floor*
Contact Tia Williams, 404-727-2035

Goizueta Business School, Room 102 East Wing (older building)
Contact Cynetta Freeman, 404-727-2505

Miller-Ward Alumni House
Contact Amber Herring 404-727-7052

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Plaza Level, Student Locker Area
Contact Adam Malm 404-712-9224

Rollins Research Building, Room G68+
Contact Natalie Fields 404-727-3105

Rollins School of Public Health, Claudia Nance Buidling, main floor women's restroom (separate room is located inside)
Contact Vanda Hudson, 404-712-8378

School of Law, Gambrell Hall, third floor, G309
Contact 404-727-6856

School of Medicine, Medical Education Building, Room P180*
Contact som.space.admin@emory.edu

Robert W. Woodruff Library, Schatten Gallery, Family Restroom+
Contact Marc Hardison 404-727-6836

Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Neuroscience Building (requires key card access)
Contact Lisa Newbern, 404-727-7709

*Hospital-quality breastfeeding pump available; must have accessories.

+This lacation room is located in a restroom; Emory is working on an alternative location.  Note that supervisors cannot require mothers to use a restroom for lactation; mothers may request a private space that is not a restroom.