LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, ACSW
Jill has personally experienced the challenges of pregnancy loss and fertility issues, and as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, she’s dedicated to helping other Intended Parents overcome their own struggles. Her many years as a medical social worker have evolved into a specialty helping people cope with medical conditions and subsequent feelings of loss and lack of control—and she’s passionate about helping individuals and couples on their journey to become parents.
Jill is responsible for interviewing Intended Parents at the very beginning of the process to help them navigate the complexities of the surrogacy journey. She helps them think through any issues that may come up and shares resources for additional information, such as egg donation, telling your children about surrogacy, and other related content.
Jill has over 25 years of experience helping individuals, families, and groups as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She holds a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) with a concentration in Family Systems and Mental Health from the Syracuse University School of Social Work. She is also an LCSW in Connecticut, an LMSW in New York, and is recognized to practice independently by the Academy of Certified Social Workers. She’s happily married with two children and a new daughter-in-law.