Behind the Curtain: My Life at the Awareness Center

Good morning faithful readers and for those of you reading our blog for the first time welcome.

My name is Adam Bohlmeyer and I am the Clinic Liaison for the Embryo Adoption Awareness Center. My primary role is to work with fertility clinics around the country. I help provide them information about embryo donation and adoption and encourage them to share this information with their clients. I’m also the jack-of-all-trades taking care of whatever the Awareness Center needs me to be on a certain day. This could be social networking, web design, marketing, PR and anything in between.

I have worked in our Loveland headquarters for the past two years and during this time, I have learned more than I could have ever imagined. By discovering and sharing the ins and outs of embryo adoption, I have developed a passion about helping the hundreds of thousands frozen embryos in the U.S. today have a chance at life. It’s become very clear to me how important they are and why I need to give my best efforts to advocate for them.

There are many rewarding aspects of my job, but one particular is my favorite. I love talking to you, the people who maybe finding out about Embryo Adoption for the first time. It is great to have conversations with families and share the hope with people when they realize embryo adoption might actually be right for them.

So here is my open invitation to you, the world outside of our office. If you don’t know about embryo donation and adoption or have any questions about it, please contact me. No question is too silly or difficult. It makes my day to tell you about this wonderful choice and I would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Call me directly (970-663-6799) or chat with me on-line using our new service available on the EmbryoAdoption.org home page.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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