Craig Reisser is a parent through egg donor surrogacy in the USA. He and his partner Massimo have two boys (4 years and 2 yrs). Their two journeys have taken them to both US coasts and they have personally experienced many of the different options that intended parents are faced with deciding between: fresh vs. frozen transfers; transferring 1 vs. 2 embryos; with or without PGS; working with a first time vs. experienced egg donor and/or surrogates; working with a surrogate with vs. without her own health insurance. Before becoming a dad Craig was an international investment banker for nearly 20 years. He now leads Oregon Reproductive Medicine’s international programs, and Craig helps intended parents understand their various options when it comes to egg donor surrogacy so that they can make the informed decisions that are right for them.
Rosjurconsulting CEO Konstantin Svitnev is a member of the Russian Association of Human Reproduction (RAHR) and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and a legal expert with the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE). He runs a Russian surrogacy agency and has assisted over one hundred foreigners with egg donation and surrogacy
Stacie is a parent with her husband to three children. Having completed building her own family, she decided to help others that needed the assistance of a gestational surrogate to become parents. She proceeded to help two couples become parents by being their gestational surrogate. Her first set of intended parents were a heterosexual couple for whom she carried twins. Her second set of intended parents were a same-sex male couple for whom she carried a singleton. She now works with Oregon Reproductive Medicine sharing her experiences as a gestational surrogate and what this meant for her and her family; advising intended parents on some of the key elements of a successful surrogacy journey and how to build a trusted relationship with their gestational surrogate; and answering the numerous questions and addressing the common fears that many intended parents have when getting started on their own surrogacy journey.
As a social work researcher and practitioner working from the Dept Social Work & Social Administration, Uni of Hong Kong, Celia integrates best research evidence with clinical experience. She has extensive clinical experience in working with patients with infertility. As the first infertility counsellor in Hong Kong, she is committed to develop research and practice on fertility and infertility counselling. She offers psychological assessment and counselling as well as psycho-therapeutic groups for individuals and couples who are infertile and undergoing assisted reproductive technologies, and those experiencing various types of reproductive loss. She is currently the Coordinator (China and Hong Kong) of the International Infertility Counseling Organization.
Aaron was born, educated and legally trained in Hong Kong. Having completed his two-year traineeship, he was admitted as a solicitor of Hong Kong in March 2018. He shares the ambition to do more in safeguarding and promoting the rights of Hongkongers in the midst of doubts about Hong Kong’s judicial independence and human rights protection. Aaron has been a key and passionate advocate in criminal, detention, discrimination, LGBT, political and other public law cases. Aaron often provides emergency service to his clients, including at the Airport.