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Mollie Walker from Tennessee Fertility Advocates Shares 3 Hopeful Hints

Hopeful Hints: An Infertility Podcast

Mollie Walker from Tennessee Fertility Advocates Shares 3 Hopeful Hints

Mollie is the co-founder of Tennessee Fertility Advocates. She is an alumni of the University of Memphis and serves as the Collierville City Executive at Landmark Community Bank. Mollie is…
March 17, 2021

Mollie Walker from Tennessee Fertility Advocates Shares 3 Hopeful Hints

Mollie is the co-founder of Tennessee Fertility Advocates. She is an alumni of the University of Memphis and serves as the Collierville City Executive at Landmark Community Bank. Mollie is an active member of Harvest Church, the Collierville Chamber, Collierville Rotary and the Generosity Network. She and her husband Taylor are proud parents of two beautiful children; however, the road to growing their family wasn’t easy. After years of trying to conceive, no insurance coverage for infertility and two miscarriages, Mollie felt overwhelmed, lonely and hopeless at times. Now, she advocates passionately for the disease of infertility to be covered by insurance in the state of Tennessee, removing the financial barrier of fertility treatment and providing couples with access to the treatment they need to have children.

 

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TN Fertility Advocates:https://tnfertilityadvocates.com

Follow Mollie on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/mollie_e_walker/ 

 

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*Information provided on this podcast provides general health information for educational purposes only. The information provided by me as a fertility coach is not to be used as a substitute for medical advice, cannot diagnose or treat any health condition, and does not substitute for care from your healthcare provider. 

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