Clinical advice coupled with personal egg freezing testimonials will help women distinguish fact from fiction about egg freezing. Audience members will walk away with a broad overview of egg freezing technology, timing, psycho-social factors and health implications involved in freezing eggs.
MeiMei Fox is the published author, co-author, ghostwriter, and freelance editor of numerous non-fiction health, wellness, spirituality, and psychology books, articles, and blogs, including New York Times bestsellers Bend, Not Break with Ping Fu, andFortytude with Sarah Brokaw. She has edited books by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Columbia professor Robert Thurman, and was Expedition Writer for Alexandra Cousteau’s 2009 Expedition: Blue Planet.
MeiMei graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors and distinction from Stanford University, with a BA and MA in psychology. She also holds an MA in counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, and is an Ana Forrest-certified yoga instructor.
In addition to writing, MeiMei works as a life coach, assisting clients in realizing their most ambitious dreams. Her loftiest goal is to be a Promoter of Joy. She sits on the board of HOPE Foundation, an NGO dedicated to providing shelter, education, health care, and job skills training to the street kids of Calcutta, India. She is blissfully married to the Love of Her Life, Kiran, and lives in Los Angeles. Her mantra is: Fear Less, Love More!
Emily Pereira Monroe
Emily Pereira is the Founder of Tales of Ordinary Magic, a revolutionary platform of programs designed to create dynamic personal change. As a Spirit Nature Certified Advocate, Emily assists women in gaining greater consciousness, cultivating self worth, and discovering their innate creativity by transcending limiting beliefs and controls.
As a part of her own spiritual evolution, Emily awakened her once dormant creative passion and began writing, playing guitar, singing, writing songs, and painting. She’s discovered the creative life is a most adventurous existence that’s intrinsically tied to our essence as spiritual beings.
Dr. Ingrid Rodi
Dr. Ingrid Rodi is a nationally recognized reproductive endocrinologist who recently joined UCLA Health after many years in private practice. She serves as director of fertility services at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica. A past president of the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society, she also served as IVF director at Century City Hospital from 2000 to 2002, when UCLA’s infertility services were part of that program. Dr. Rodi has been on the clinical faculty in the UCLA Department of Obstetrics-Gynecology for many years. She completed her residency in OB/GYN and fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.