​​In Roman Mythology,
Hygeia
was the daughter of Asclepius, 
the god of medicine.

She was considered the "personification of health"

and ruled over wellness, cleanliness and hygiene, 
a term derived from her name.

She was associated with 
preventive medicine, public health 
and community wellness.

 "Hygeia Public Health," formerly "Magic of Motherhood," started as an outreach and education organization providing maternal/child health classes and pregnancy counseling.

When the company was founded in 2000, Jill took her experience as a childbirth educator and pregnancy counselor and started teaching classes in birth centers and online.
She was soon contracted to teach workshops and courses all over the world.

For more than 20 years, Dr. Chasse has adhered to the philosophy that everybody deserves access to quality health education, information and care. This led her to expand "Magic of Motherhood" into "Hygeia Public Health," reaching more than just the perinatal period for health promotion and disease prevention.

Her wealth of experience in the design, development, and implementation of programs as well as her post graduate education and experience as an epidemiologist, health educator and public health practitioner in the field as well as through pre and post doc internships and field residency to obtain her DrPH and PhD has reflected in Hygeia Public Health's success and high respect.