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Kateryna Khamardiuk

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-12-31 at 21:25:09


Kateryna obtained her Bachelor Degree in International Economic Relations in 2010 and Master’s Degree in International Relations in 2013. She is fluent in English, Polish, Ukrainian and Russian. In 2013 she started working as medical coordinator of the surrogacy program. She assisted Intended Parents throughout the surrogacy journey and provided them with information. Kateryna also worked with the Surrogate Mothers starting from their examinations, through stimulation and during all the pregnancy process. Starting from 2017 she has been the surrogacy program manager and welcomes the opportunity to be a part of an amazing team which makes dreams come true each and every day.

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