I am a Case Manager here at SAI. Surrogacy initially became an important part of my life in 2015, when I started my first journey. Since then, I have helped to create two new families by delivering four beautiful, healthy babies safely into this world. I officially became a part of SAI’s amazing Support team in 2017. Now I get to help guide other surrogates through their journeys, sharing in their excitement and joy, but from another perspective. When I am not supporting these awesome Surrogates, I’m spending time with my three beautiful daughters and my very patient husband. We have a close family that loves to spend time together, doing fun things as a group. My girls always want to be “out and about” and love to experience new things, so we try to make our time together meaningful while having as much fun as possible. My husband and I cherish the time we’re able to spend with them now, before they grow up and start families of their own someday.
I’m grateful to have discovered surrogacy when I did, and blessed to have experienced two amazing journeys with SAI before I was hired as a staff member. My personal experiences as a Surrogate give me the first-hand knowledge and experience that is so crucial to providing effective support to both Surrogates and IP’s during their journeys. I am definitely where I’m supposed to be, and I look forward to helping create new families in the years to come.
The things I love about my job:
- I get to work with both sides of the equation (the surrogates and the IP’s) to create new families.
- I am never bored and there is always something to do.
- I really enjoy getting to know the Surrogates during the beginning stages of the surrogacy process.
Here are some things that most people don’t know about me: I have a secret love for drama-filled reality TV shows, and The Bachelor in Paradise is my favorite one. I am actually quite crafty and I really enjoy putting my crafting skills to good use when I help plan and design SAI special events. I cannot resist rollercoasters…the scarier, the better! I could eat Mexican food and drink Dr. Pepper every day and never get tired of either.