Head_Shot Lillian Frost
Program Director and Owner

Lilly Frost is the Founder and Program Director of My Donor Cycle. She started My Donor Cycle over nine years ago after being a donor herself. The experience was so rewarding, she wanted to share the experience with others as smoothly and ethically as possible. Her background is in accounting for technology companies in the small to medium range. Lilly pioneered the idea of inter-agency donor sharing and is a big proponent of inter-agency communication and support. Lilly was excited to work in the field of ethics with other agencies. Her goal with the Society for Ethics in Egg Donation in Surrogacy is to encourage self-regulation in the assisted reproduction industry and provide the best service to clients while honoring, respecting and valuing the donors and surrogates participating in our programs.

Lilly grew up in Portland, Oregon and graduated from Portland State University with a degree in Business. She now lives in San Diego with her three children and husband. My Donor Cycle has offices in San Francisco and San Diego.

Lilly can be contacted by email at Lilly@MyDonorCycle.com or by calling (858) 312-6129

Head_ShotStacey Soderberg
Donor/Surrogate Manager

Stacey is the Donor/Surrogate Manager and handles the day to day business management for My Donor Cycle. She manages all aspects of our cycles from 1st patient appointments through the retrieval, along with the business details. Stacey has a background in legal services and Office Management for mid-size companies. She has a passion for helping those around her and strives to keep our donors/surrogates informed and on track for successful cycles.

Stacey can be reached by email at stacey@mydonorcycle.com or by calling (503) 875-5152

Head_ShotElaine Esparza
Donor Recruiter & Cycle Coordinator/Cancun

Elaine has been involved with SBB Cancun since 2013. She helps find the perfect donor for our intended parents and then coordinates all cycles through retrieval. Additionally, she is in charge of hosting and transporting intended parents while in Cancun. Elaine is very focused and diligent in her coordination and hosting duties and can be a true fountain of knowledge for intended parents and donors alike!

Elaine can be reached by email at Elaine@surrogacybeyondborders.com

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Kristen MontezKristen Montez
Attorney at Law
4655 Cass Street, Suite 406, San Diego, CA 92109
(619) 431-0424

Kristen E. B. Montez, the Global Healthcare Attorney, has been at the forefront of new breakthroughs in the healthcare industry since starting her legal practice.  She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Lafayette College and graduated from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, CA. She has been committed to transforming healthcare access since the start of her legal career.

Her scholarship in the cutting-edge practice of Medical Travel has garnered the attention of the American Bar Association, which published her study on the concept as it related to healthcare proposals that at the time the Affordable Care Act was merely a campaign proposal. From this article, her passion for medical tourism and global healthcare flourished.

Kristen’s practice is concentrated in healthcare transactions and compliance. Her passion is being a part of the journey that is the assisted reproductive process for her clients worldwide.  Kristen represents clients in drafting legal agreements to be executed with gestational carriers and intended parents. She also represents parties engaged in egg, sperm and embryo donations. She zealously advocates for her clients’ interests from a healthcare perspective. Her legal background in the healthcare industry makes her a force in ensuring the journey for all parties involved is as honest and positive as possible.

MBGMichael B. Grant
Attorney at Law
255 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860

Michael B. Grant graduated from Providence College earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and graduated from Suffolk University School of Law located in Boston, Massachusetts. He is an attorney admitted to practice in the State of Rhode Island and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Michael served as a judicial law clerk to United States Magistrate Judge Jacob Hagopian, United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island, and for Justice Joseph R. Weisberger, Chief Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court.

In 1990, Michael personally attempted to become a parent through surrogacy with the assistance of a gestational carrier. Following two unsuccessful embryo transfers, Michael, in 1992, achieved parenthood in adopting his twin boys domestically. Michael has personally experienced the emotional and sensitive issues involved in attempting to become a parent through surrogacy and adoption.

Since 1991, Michael has assisted countless individuals and couples achieve parenthood through surrogacy. Michael has represented clients in drafting legal agreements to be executed with traditional surrogates (using the surrogate’s egg) and gestational carriers (using embryos produced from the genetic material of the intended parents or with the assistance of an egg donor). Michael has extensive experience in reviewing and evaluating health insurance policy issues relative to coverage for prenatal care and delivery services to surrogates/gestational carriers. Michael has also obtained pre-birth parentage orders in Rhode Island and Massachusetts where the parent(s), including same sex partners, utilized their own genetic embryos or embryos produced with the assistance of an egg donor.

Since 2002, Michael has represented parties engaged in egg, sperm and embryo donations. Michael’s experience involves the drafting and negotiation of legal agreements involving these types of donations, and he has provided representation in over 1000 arrangements.

stephanieStephanie Caballero
Attorney at Law

As a law firm, The Surrogacy Law Center assists clients from all over the world with all legal aspects of third-party reproduction, including:

• Known and anonymous egg donor contracts
• Gestational and traditional surrogacy agreements
• Pre-birth orders to establish parental rights for clients working with surrogates
• Step-parent adoptions for clients working with surrogates in states where pre-birth orders are not available
• Co-parent adoptions for same-sex couples
Stephanie M. Caballero, Esq. the found of The Surrogacy Law Center, PLC has represented nearly 2,000 clients, including Intended Parents, Surrogates and Donors from all over the world through Surrogacy, Egg Donation, Sperm Donation, and Embryo Donation. Stephanie specializes exclusively in Family Formation and Reproductive Law and has appeared on various programs and print media including The Examiner, NPR, Fox News, The Los Angeles Times, The Union Tribune and the L.A. Daily Journal.
Stephanie had her own journey through infertility: after eight years of treatments including more than 10 artificial insemination procedures, three surgeries, three miscarriages, and 13 IVF procedures she finally realized her dream of having children when a surrogate carried her twins. Stephanie also had to adopt her twins because the state where they were born did not recognize surrogacy.
Stephanie is also a member of the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys, American Fertility Association, American Bar Association, San Diego Bar Association, and American Society of Reproductive Medicine, serving on the Executive Board of its Legal Professional Group. Stephanie also serves on the boards of Fertile Action and Parents Via Egg Donation (PVED)

GregGregory S. Masler, Esq

Greg earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University and graduated from Thomas Cooley Law School in Lansing Michigan. He is admitted to practice law in the State of California. Greg has been married to his wife Sharon for 10 years and they have two sons, Steven and Cooper.

Gregory S. Masler, Esq. founded the Law Offices of Gregory S. Masler in 2003 and has represented over 4,000 clients in assisted reproductive law matters, including Intended Parents, Egg Donors, Surrogates and Embryo Donors throughout all aspects of the Surrogacy, Egg Donation, and Embryo Donation process. Greg’s specialized legal services include drafting and negotiating contracts between parties to an Egg Donation or Surrogacy Contract and Pre-birth Order Judgments to establish parental rights.

Greg and his staff enjoy assisting clients through the third party reproductive process to help achieve their dream of having a child. Throughout the entire process, Greg is dedicated to ensuring that his clients receive the most complete service possible in creating their families

Angela BowersAngela Bowers
Psychologist, Ph.D.

Dr. Angela Bowers has been in private practice in Scottsdale, AZ since 1985. She enjoys the diversity of seeing clients with many different life challenges. She has also been an instructor in psychology courses at Cal State University, Fullerton. She has created several CDs for anxiety management, meditation and for fertility enhancement. She particularly enjoys working with couples and individuals who are on their journey towards creating a family. She does evaluations of potential donors, donor recipients, and potential surrogates. She is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, as well as the American Psychological Association and the AZ Psychological Association. In her free time, Dr. Bowers enjoys painting, hiking, yoga, reading and traveling. Please feel free to learn more about her by looking at her website, www.artoftransformation.com

Gloria Baxter
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Mrs. Gloria J. Baxter is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. (lic# 14217) with more than 20 years of experience working with individuals, families and youth. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Welfare from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from San Jose State University. Gloria provides evaluation and testing for donors and gestational carriers and ongoing support for gestational carriers throughout their cycles.

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