Founded in 2012 by writer Keiko Zoll, The Infertility Voice is an online resource for infertility patients seeking support and compassion during their infertility journeys. Through her blog, eBooks, eClasses and extensive media appearances, Keiko gives voice to the infertility community’s needs, universality of experiences and above all else, the validity of our community’s desire to one day parent.
The Infertility Voice seeks to free infertility from cultural shame and silence and to catalyze a national, open and compassionate dialogue about infertility as a disease. The Infertility Voice exists for the entire infertility community: patients, prospective parents, legislators, leaders and organizations who seek to raise awareness of and advocate for the infertility community.
Keiko Zoll is a leading infertility and women’s health writer and founder of TheInfertilityVoice.com. Since 2009, she has chronicled her personal journey with infertility as she and her husband seek to build their family through assisted reproductive technology.
Her blog has been twice recognized as a BlogHer.com Voice of the Year in 2012 and 2011. A tireless advocate for both infertility-sensitive legislation and cultural empowerment for infertility patients, Keiko has received the 2011 Wellsphere.com Health Impact Award and 2010 Hope Award for Best Viral Video from RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association.
Keiko has appeared in Redbook Magazine, The Huffington Post, Tablet Magazine, About.com, Babble.com and numerous other publications for her work in the infertility community. She will be seen on The Katie Show with Katie Couric in November 2012.
Keiko is also currently the Director of Communications and Social Media for RESOLVE New England, a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing education, support and advocacy to the infertility community of New England.