Soraya is a people person. As an Egg Freezing Coordinator, she interacts and communicates with patients (you) on a regular basis. Soraya walks patients through the process, from the minute they step in and out of the door (and even before that). In addition to her passion for healthcare, she also loves her patients. Developing a rapport with folks is something she feels makes the world of fertility and the egg freezing process unique–and we agree!
Emily specializes in assisting doctors and patients during procedures and surgeries (like egg retrieval), as well as patient phone calls. She does a little bit of everything on a day-to-day basis. Emily believes patients are the most important part of Preserve, and understands the importance of patients feeling valued, respected, and heard. Although getting to know patients is one of her favorite aspects of being an MA, her top moment is sharing a baby’s heartbeat for the first time. As someone who has worked in healthcare, education, and is a mother herself, Emily knows how to get the job done and leave patients feeling taken care of.
Helping make the impossible, possible is what Sonia loves the most about fertility and egg freezing. Sonia coordinates and assists with a number of duties, including scheduling and serving as a medical assistant. After working for a fertility clinic in Southern California during her undergraduate career, Sonia returned to the Bay Area to continue making a difference in women’s lives.
You’ll most likely see her around, and can always ask for her help. After all, helping families become families is her favorite.
Michelle is a content creator and marketing communications specialist. With a career spanning several continents and a background in communication, television journalism and research, Michelle is passionate about people and the stories of connections that bring them together. She is particularly interested in women’s reproductive health and third-party fertility. Her focus has been on building strong core messages for smaller businesses using creative approaches such as story-telling, community outreach, cross-sector partnerships and targeted digital marketing campaigns. Michelle is an avid cyclist and can often be found training for the AIDSLifecycle, a 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles in support of the SF AIDS Foundation.