Elite Fertility Solutions, Inc. (EFS) was established in 2001 in Southern California and has become one of the leading Egg Donor Agencies in the United States. We are committed to providing the most highly qualified, accomplished egg donors who have successfully completed a rigorous screening process, which is, unlike other agencies, in compliance with the standards of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Our mission is to provide confidence for those building their families through egg donation, that our egg donors are emotionally and physically eligible to be an egg donor and sincerely committed to the success of this process.
With over 20 years of experience across the spectrum of Women’s Reproductive Health care, our egg donor agency’s Founder and Director Sheryl Anderson has both a deep knowledge of the field and great compassion for her clients.
Prior to her founding EFS in 2000, Sheryl was Clinical Director of the Southern California Center for Reproductive Medicine (SCCRM) for ten years, managing all aspects of the fertility treatment process in close collaboration with physicians, staff, counselors, and other medical personnel. In this capacity, she was also responsible for training of the nursing staff and the coordination of patient care.Previous to SCCRM, Sheryl designed, developed, staffed, licensed, and served as Director of the Labor, Delivery, Recovery and Postpartum unit at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles for four years. From 1978 – 1983 Sheryl worked at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in labor and delivery, overseeing the educational programs and establishing protocols for all nurses in the high-risk perinatal unit. She was also a Clinical Nurse Specialist at UCLA and Kaiser Permanente of Los Angeles from 1983 1986.
In addition, she has served as a clinical nursing instructor at Saddleback College School of Nursing in Mission Viejo, California and has consulted for a variety of private medical organizations, training and educating nursing staff.Sheryl is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and Resolve. She has lectured extensively on a variety of reproductive topics, including Pregnancy Induced Hypertension for the March of Dimes. For the past four years, she has been the underwriting chairperson for Circle 1000, a fundraising organization that raises significant funds dedicated to supporting Hoag Hospital Cancer Center in Newport Beach, California. She is also involved with Fertile Hope, a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing reproductive information, support and hope to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility. Besides many small articles, Sheryl wrote introduction on resource manual regarding egg donation and cancer survivors.Sheryl holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Colorado and a Masters of Science degree in Perinatology (high-risk obstetrics and the neonate) from the University of Illinois.