Today’s guest has spent the last 6 years raising awareness of and creating community for couples dealing with infertility. What started as an anonymous blog chronicling her own journey to parenthood through the wonders of science, has grown into an internationally-recognized powerhouse within the online infertility community.

My guest has become known as a leading infertility and women’s health writer. Her writing and infertility story has appeared in Redbook Magazine, The Huffington Post, Disney Baby, among many other publications.

She has received several awards recognizing her tireless advocacy for both infertility-sensitive legislation and cultural empowerment for infertility patients. Her short film, “What IF: A Portrait of Infertility” received a Best Viral Video award from RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association.

As a consultant, my guest helps her clients craft compelling narratives that ignites conversation and inspires action. She is also Director of Brand Strategy at Fertility Planit and News Writer for, a new website for millennial moms.

Please join me in welcoming Keiko Zoll.

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In this episode we explore:

  • her thoughts on leadership – “Leadership isn't ordering people around, isn't taking credit for the work of your team, and it isn't doing everything yourself.” “Leadership is very strongly tied to being able to take risks for the sake of your team or for the sake of your project.”
  • how her video sharing her personal story of infertility went viral
  • how she deals with imposter syndrome
  • the challenges of being a work-at-home parent

Stay tuned until the end of the episode to hear what I thought were the key take-aways you could put into practice this week and benefit from for years to come.


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