2022 Volume 2

RNE Magazine

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Dear Friends,

On behalf of all of us at Resolve New England (RNE), I am pleased to wish you a wonderful summer.

These continue to be challenging and emotional times in our country - and around the world. Typically, there is an easy going feel this time of year in New England. Personally, my favorite part of summer is taking a walk on the beach in the early morning or in the evening, when you need to pull on a cozy sweatshirt.  My wish is that you too can still find ways to enjoy the rest of the summer.

We hope that you can kick back and relax as you check out this issue of our RNE e-magazine. It is chock full of great stories as always!

The articles reflect the most important parts of our RNE mission – emotional support, unbiased information, and dedicated advocacy.  We feel that our work is needed more than ever and are committed to serving YOU every day.

Connecting with the members of our community is truly my favorite part of my job, so please feel free to email me anytime or connect with us on social media. Tell me YOUR favorite aspect of summer! 

Fondly,

Kate Weldon LeBlanc, Executive Director

P.S. - We want to hear from you! Help us build the next phase of Resolve New England by taking our survey now.

RNE Executive Director, Kate Weldon LeBlanc

Dear Friends,

On behalf of all of us at Resolve New England (RNE), I am pleased to wish you a wonderful summer.

These continue to be challenging and emotional times in our country - and around the world. Typically, there is an easy going feel this time of year in New England. Personally, my favorite part of summer is taking a walk on the beach in the early morning or in the evening, when you need to pull on a cozy sweatshirt.  My wish is that you too can still find ways to enjoy the rest of the summer.

We hope that you can kick back and relax as you check out this issue of our RNE e-magazine. It is chock full of great stories as always!

The articles reflect the most important parts of our RNE mission – emotional support, unbiased information, and dedicated advocacy.  We feel that our work is needed more than ever and are committed to serving YOU every day.

Connecting with the members of our community is truly my favorite part of my job, so please feel free to email me anytime or connect with us on social media. Tell me YOUR favorite aspect of summer! 

Fondly,

P.S. - We want to hear from you! Help us build the next phase of Resolve New England by taking our survey now.

In This Issue

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RNE "Find Your People" pebble and mission

RNE Executive Committee

  • Jennifer Redmond, President
  • Chrissy Hanisco, Vice President
  • Lisa Rosenthal, Treasurer
  • Mary Zanor, Clerk

RNE Board of Directors

  • Robyn Gallagher
  • Kerry Kavanaugh
  • Jill Kniebel
  • Aprill Lane
  • Ben Lannon
  • LaMone Downey Leonard
  • LeeMichael Mclean
  • Dana Solomon
  • Aaron Styer
  • Catherine Tucker
  • Lauren Wilson

Board Fellow

  • Monique DeSimone

Honorary Members

  • Alma Berson
  • Bonny Gilbert
  • Barbara Wells

RNE Staff

Graphic Design

  • Natalia Velarde
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Editorial Policy

This magazine is a vehicle for fertility and family building news, events, and articles of interest, with a focus on the New England area.

Our readers, both professionals and people who have personally experienced fertility and family building challenges, are encouraged to submit comments and articles.

The editorial team reserves the right to edit all submissions.

Magazine feedback and article submissions can be sent to admin@resolvenewengland.org.

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This magazine accepts paid advertisements.

We also accept announcements of upcoming events and advertisements from fellow non-profits and those conducting research studies.

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