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And the Oscar Goes to...RMACT Credits Roll Please, Our Academy Awards Blog Feature
Lisa Rosenthal

By: Lisa Rosenthal on March 3rd, 2014

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And the Oscar Goes to...RMACT Credits Roll Please, Our Academy Awards

RMACT | reproductive endocrinologist | RMACT Team | Academy Awards

Academy Awards for Our Team

Oscar Statues   prayitnophotography   flickrThe Oscars are over; all the awards have been given out, some in front of the entire Oscar viewing world, some in more private venues. From the stars that we all recognize, to the best short animated film that most of us have not seen to the best sound in a foreign film; folks in the film industry have gotten recognition. The Academy Awards are the night when the stars in Hollywood get to shine. And shine they did last night. 


Oscar Statuettes: prayitnophotography - Flickr


It’s incredible that with every movie shown in the theatres, at the end, the credits roll as an accepted part of the movie. In our day and age of sound bytes, abbreviation, acronyms, and everything done at just above or below warp speed (how impatient do we all get when our computers take more than a moment to process something?), we still see “best boy”, key grip, the caterers, every stuntman used, and more. Most of us don’t stay until the very end, but if you did, you would see categories that you might not even recognize and often hundreds and hundreds of names.


What a beautiful, touching tribute on the movie world’s part. It takes a village to make a movie? According to the credits, most major Hollywood movies take several villages! I’m not quite sure why they acknowledge so many of the people involved in making the film, whether it’s tradition or legality. I don’t really care. I really like it. It’s one of the few places these days that you see that type of acknowledgement. Because truth be told, it’s often only the “stars” that get acknowledgment on major projects.

Award Winning Reproductive Endocrinologists and More Stars

So with permission from the forward thinking Executive Director of Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT), I bring you the entire production company of RMACT. Our “stars”, award winning reproductive endocrinologists (fertility specialists) and all the behind the scenes stars that make our company work as well as it does. Congratulations to all the people responsible for helping make magic; creating new families. 


Drum roll, please....


RMACT Employees


Staff Member


Administrative Staff


Robin M.

Chief Executive Officer

Cori C.

Manager of Operations

Eleanor R.

Front Desk Representative

Carmen R.

Front Desk Representative

Peggy B.

Front Desk Representative

Roberta K.

Front Desk Representative

Denise O.

Front Desk Representative

Carlene S.

Manager of Patient Services

Laurie P.

Administrative Assistant

Justine H.

Third Party Patient Navigator

Meghan S.

Patient Navigator

Vanessa B.

Front Desk Representative

Angela R.

Patient Navigator

Carrie VS

Practice Development Liaison

Alicia M.

Practice Outreach

Lisa R.

Practice Outreach

Kate D.

Patient Navigator

Soochi V.

Patient Navigator

Jennifer S.

Patient Navigator

Brad R.

Front Desk Representative

Finance Staff


Kimone N.

 Manager of Financial Services

Natesha L.

Third Party Financial Representative

Michael R.

Financial Representative

Janice P.

Charge Entry

Louise G.

Financial Representative

Teresa Z.

Financial Representative

Kristin A.

Financial Representative

Beth B.

Financial Representative

Dalia D.

Financial Representative

Alisha K.

Financial Representative

Sue T.

Financial Representative

Laboratory Staff


Katherine S.

Lab Manager

Tina C.

Lab Administrative Assistant

Karen R.


Jonathan L.


Erica P.



Jr. Embryologist

Dori Anne W.

Andrology Technician

Nancy G.

Endocrinology/Lab Technician

Monique D.

Endocrinology/Lab Technician

Katlyn D.

Laboratory Supervisor

Terry S.

Andrology Technician

Medical Assistants


Lettycia C.

Lead Medical Assistant

Theresa B.

Medical Assistant

Petra S.

Medical Assistant

Kim R.

Medical Assistant

Janie D.

Medical Assistant

Tina S.

Medical Assistant

Tralicia R.

Medical Assistant

Jessica S.

Medical Assistant

Jennifer O.

Medical Assistant

Nursing Staff


Christina D., RN

Manager of Nursing Services

Linda C., RN

Trumbull Office Manager

Cathy G., NP

Stamford Office Manager

Mary H.RN

Staff Nurse

Jocelyn C., RN

Danbury Office Manager

Nora B., RN

Manager of Third Party Services

Monica M., MSN

Nurse Manager

Rachel V., RN

Staff Nurse

Sarah W., NP

Staff Nurse

Diana D., RPA-C

Physician Assistant

Kathleen Y., LNP

Staff Nurse

Beth M., RN

Staff Nurse

Kathleen F., RN

Staff Nurse

Eloise D., RN

Staff Nurse – Nutrition

Kirsten H., RN

Staff Nurse

Brigitte A., RN

Manager of O.R. Services

Jennifer M., RN

Staff Nurse

Brenda S., RN

Staff Nurse – O.R.



Mark Leondires

Medical Director

Spencer Richlin

Surgical Director

Joshua Hurwitz

Education Director

Cynthia Murdock

Staff Physician

Shaun Williams

Staff Physician



Carolyn Gundell, MS


Melissa Kelleher, LSCW

Social Worker

Adjunct Staff/Consultants


Fikry Salib,MD


Lisa Yoo, DO


Lisa Tuttle, PhD


Amy Matton, LAc

Acupuncturist /IFW Administrator

Jing Zhang, LAc

Acupuncturist - Stamford

Elaine Malin, LaC

Acupuncturist – Trumbull






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About Lisa Rosenthal

Lisa has over thirty years of experience in the fertility field. After her personal infertility journey, she felt dissatisfied with the lack of comprehensive services available to support her. She was determined to help others undergoing fertility treatment. Lisa has been with RMACT for eleven years and serves as Patient Advocate and the Strategic Content Lead.

Lisa is the teacher and founder of Fertile Yoga, a program designed to support men and women on their quest for their families through gentle movement and meditation.

Lisa’s true passion is supporting patients getting into treatment, being able to stay in treatment and staying whole and complete throughout the process. Lisa is also a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, which is helpful in her work with fertility patients.

Her experience also includes working with RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association and The American Fertility Association (now Path2Parenthood), where she was Educational Coordinator, Conference Director and Assistant Executive Director.