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Streamed live on Mar 12, 2014
Join us for this webinar! Wendy Kramer, will cover three topic areas: What what motivated you to found the Donor Sibling Registry? What you have accomplished and what you still hope to accomplish? What barriers have you met? What lessons have you learned? What changes you would like to see in the future in the way donor conception is practiced?
About Wendy Kramer (www.donorsiblingregistry.com): Wendy Kramer is Director of the Donor Sibling Registry (DSR). The DSR is a charity organization, founded in 2000 by Wendy and her donor-conceived son Ryan, to assist individuals conceived as a result of sperm, egg or embryo donation that are seeking to make mutually desired contact with others with whom they share genetic ties. With more than 42,000 worldwide members, the DSR has helped to connect more than 10,900 people with their half-siblings and/or their donors. Without any outside support, the DSR has pioneered an international discussion about the donor conception industry and the families, with its research, speaking engagements and media appearances.
Wendy has co-authored several published papers on donor-conception, has reviewed abstracts for the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, and has also been a peer reviewer for the journals Human Reproduction and RBM Online. She was Associate Producer on the Style Network's 2011 Emmy nominated show Sperm Donor and on MTV News & Docs, series Generation Cryo, that aired in December 2013. Wendy and her son Ryan have appeared on 60 Minutes, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America and many other news shows and publications. Wendy is co-author of the book Finding our Families: A first-of-a-kind Book for Donor Conceived People and Their Families
Wendy holds a B.A. from Long Island University. Wendy's CV