Elizabeth Carr is the first baby born via in vitro fertilization in the United States.
In the media since 3 cells old, Elizabeth is a passionate advocate for those fighting for fertility rights. From battles over insurance coverage, to educating doctors on how to interact with patients going through infertility treatments, to advice for parents on how to talk to children about assisted reproductive technologies, Elizabeth is proud to share her voice and story in order to fight for those who may not be able to fight for themselves.
Elizabeth is a fearless Patient Advocate, striving to educate and empower people based on her life experiences and expertise within the fertility world. She has presented to audiences around the globe including at the United Nations, ASRM, ESHRE, and the national infertility association, RESOLVE.
A dynamic speaker, Elizabeth’s passion lies in education from helping companies craft fertility benefit packages & parental leave policies, to keynote speeches, to sitting one-on-one with people facing fertility questions head on.
Elizabeth has worked as a journalist, marketing and events, and fundraising making her an expert at distilling complex issues into easy-to-digest stories.
Elizabeth is also a marathoner, triathlete, coffee connoisseur, wife, mother, and writer.
"Elizabeth has taken her parents’ struggle and turned it into an advocacy passion. She’s not just the first IVF baby in the U.S., I know her as a brilliant writer, coach, and powerful voice for the infertility community."
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