Wendy KramerCo-Founder, Chair and Executive Director
Wendy has co-authored several published papers on donor-conception, has reviewed abstracts for the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, and has also been a peer reviewer for the journals Human Reproductio, Reproductive BioMedicine Online and the Journal of Comparitive Effectiveness Research. She was Associate Producer on the Style Network's 2011 Emmy nominated show Sperm Donor and on MTV News & Docs 2013 docu-series Generation Cryo. Wendy and her son Ryan have appeared on 60 Minutes, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America and many other news shows and publications. Wendy is co-author of the book Finding our Families: A first-of-a-kind Book for Donor Conceived People and Their Families. Wendy holds a B.A. from Long Island University.
Ryan KramerCo-Founder and Vice Chair
Program Manager at Google Life Sciences (Verily)
Ryan Kramer, a donor-conceived person, is Co-Founder of the Donor Sibling Registry (DSR) and continues to co-manage the organization with his mother Wendy. Ryan graduated high school at age 14, received an undergraduate degree in Aerospace Engineering at age 18, a Master's in Engineering Management at 19. He has worked at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Apple, and currently works at Google's life sciences company, Verily.
Ellen S. Glazer, LICSWAuthor, "Having Your Baby Through Egg Donation"
Todd Whitehurst, MDDirector of Hardware Development at Google Life Sciences (Verily)
Naomi CahnNaomi Cahn is the Harold H. Greene Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School, and she has been a DSR Board Member since 2011. More information is available here
Ann Dixon, MSECIO, Bolderwomen. Co-Founder, Serendip
Liz Margolies, LCSW PsychotherapistInstructor, Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service. Executive Director and Founder, the National LGBT Cancer Network
Eugene D'Alessandro, CPAAccounting Specialists