April has been a Case Manager with FSC for 9 years. Over the years, she has helped hundreds of intended parents achieve their dream of building a family. As a Case Manager, April oversees and coordinates every aspect of the surrogacy cycle from the initial match all the way through to that extremely exciting delivery day. Prior to becoming a Case Manager with FSC, April was a surrogate with the agency and delivered a little girl for a local couple.
Missi has been with FSC for 14 years this week! Over the years she has worn many hats – from front desk to Case Manager to Business Development to Recruitment. She especially enjoys her recruitment role because of the empowerment egg donors and surrogates describe when they come to their decision to participate in FSC’s programs. Missi wants her donors and surrogates to be 100% confident in their decision and she takes great care in preparing them for the journey.
Sheryl will be with The Donor Source for 12 years in June 2020. “After all these years, I still look forward to going to work everyday as everyday is a new challenge. I still get excited when I can help someone find that perfect donor and it just works!!”
March 19, 2020
COVID – 19 Update
Dear Valued Intended Parents, Gestational Carriers, and Egg Donors,
As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spreads around the world and throughout the U.S., Fertility SOURCE Companies is actively monitoring the restrictions and guidelines that the CDC and our government have put in place to continually monitor the safety, health and wellbeing of our clients and staff.
2020 will be Theresa’s 11th year at FSC. She finds so much joy in helping to create families: “The best part of my job is conducting the initial meeting between the intended parent and the surrogate. I love seeing their initial connection and hearing their stories. It’s very fulfilling to be a part of their journey.”
2020 marks Arika’s 15th year with FSC, and through it all, she continues to feel both joy or sorrow with each and every case: “I never get tired of hearing that a pregnancy is confirmed, I get giddy for everyone. The flipside to that is that when a transfer doesn’t take, or pregnancy is lost, my heart breaks. It’s empathy at its finest I suppose!”
If you’re considering becoming a surrogate to help hopeful parents grow their families, you probably have a lot of questions about how to get started—and whether you’re a good candidate for surrogacy in the first place.
You’ve made the transition to egg donation and are aware that you will need to select a donor to move forward on the journey to parenthood. In all cases in which a donor is needed (infertility, LGBTQ families, and single parents), you’ll need to establish the criteria for finding an egg donor.
It’s no secret that the United States utilizes a for-profit healthcare system, which means that health insurance companies can pick and choose what they will and will not cover.
When it comes to telling your family and friends that you are infertile and you are going through the trials of IVF, most people are fairly open about the process and the struggles. However, there are many people that still pause on sharing this information, even for something that has become more commonplace.