Jamie Martin and Christie Huber discuss how infertility has impacted themselves, their spouses, and their work.
In this episode with Jamie Martin and Christie Huber, they discuss how infertility has impacted themselves, their spouses, and their work.
How infertility impacts couples and their work.
How important it is to find a support system.
Becoming financially disparate limits access to infertility treatments.
How businesses can actually do a better job supporting their employees on this journey.
Being open with your employer about your situation, and the need for companies of all sizes to offer fertility benefits, have flexibility with appointments, and time away from the job.
The mental health toll of infertility and how it can make individuals stronger leaders by increasing empathy, self-awareness, and the ability to make tough decisions.
The impact of Roe v Wade and how this is causing a ripple effect across the infertility community.
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Life and Leadership Coach
I’ve spent 17 years in technology with most of it in a state of denial, overwhelm and exhaustion. I knew this wasn’t the life I wanted. I loved the idea of building things for people. I always have. The engineer in me wanted to use products to make people’s lives better. However, I found myself at companies like DoubleClick, Google, DialogTech. All focused on advertising and helping marketers, which wasn’t quite hitting my desire to make the lives of people better.
I found myself as the VP of Product Management and failing to get pregnant. I was more miserable and overwhelmed than I had ever been before, even when my health was at its worst in my 20s. I knew something had to change. I knew it was time to follow my heart and go after my dream of being a life and leadership coach.
During one of the women groups at my company, the speaker we brought in kept mentioning her coach. I took it as a sign that I needed to make the step to get into coaching.
And so, I started my journey to becoming a life and leadership coach and changing my life in the process. People now comment on how much more relaxed I am and happy I look. I’ve found things that I had lost over the years. A renewed connection to the universe and spirit. A renewed appreciation and love of my body. And so much more!
Marketing communications professional with 13 years of experience in B2C and B2B marketing, including social media, PR, advertising, and influencer marketing.
An avid runner, having completed four marathons while raising over $15K in funds for cancer-fighting charities, Imerman Angels and the Leukemia and Lymphoma society. Devoted wife to Phil and mom to Hannah.
Christie is based in the Chicago suburbs, but is a Michigan native and University of Michigan alum who loves the beach, lighthouses, and Lake Michigan.