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Who We Are

Beacon Hill Egg Donation works with the fertility clinics in the U.S. and with clients worldwide.

Our experienced and seasoned staff are the heart of Beacon Hill egg donation. All of our staff members have extensive experience with the process of egg donation and patient Care. One of the reasons we started Beacon Hill Egg Donation (BHED) was in response to the frustration we heard from the infertility community — doctors, nurses, patients, spouses, and donors — about the lack of professionalism and transparency they experienced when working with egg donor agencies.

The culture of the company is one of listening, transparency, teamwork, and ensuring that our Donors and Intended Parents are informed of their donation cycle progress at all times. Our staff is knowledgeable and proactive. They have a high degree of empathy and compassion. They must be meticulous about detail, and they must be respectful and diligent about maintaining the confidentiality necessary during the process.

Many egg donation agencies have been started by people who see the business as a great money-making opportunity, but few are run by people who have experience in infertility both professionally and personally. The owner and staff of BHED are degreed business professionals — all passionate about helping couples conceive. In addition, BHED staff is very involved in the local and international community, in both professional and charitable organizations.

BHED Staff

Robyn Perchik, Managing Partner

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An accomplished senior executive with her JD and more than 30 years of experience in risk management underwriting, Robyn brings her skills in strategic planning, operations, business development, human resource management, and finance to Beacon Hill Egg Donation.

When her youngest son was a baby, Robyn returned to school and earned her JD, graduating as valedictorian. Robyn understands first-hand the challenges of combining work and home life, and the central importance of creating a family.

At Beacon Hill Egg Donation, Robyn oversees the day-to-day management of the company, making certain intended parents and donors are kept informed and are treated in a professional yet empathetic manner — while maintaining confidentiality — throughout the process. She also manages the various staff and consultants involved with the process to ensure that the process is efficient, clear, and organized. Robyn holds a BA from SUNY Albany and JD from Southern California Institute of Law.

Roger P. Hermann, Chief Operating Officer

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Roger is a seasoned senior executive, having spent 25 years in the insurance industry working in risk management, marketing, and finance with Fortune 500 companies. At Beacon Hill Egg Donation, he works directly with intended parents, medical clinics, and law firms. He is charged with the oversight of all of the agency’s operations and procedures.

Cheryl Vanden Heuvel, Client Services Manager

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Cheryl was a consultant and manager for 30 years in the third-party administration of claims for a large insurance company. In her role in client services at BHED, Cheryl assists intended parents with their donor selection, and facilitates meetings between intended parents and their prospective donors.

Tamara Wieder, Vice President of Operations

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Tamara graduated from Tufts University with a BA in English and enjoyed a 15-year career as a journalist before joining Beverly Hills Egg Donation as a cycle coordinator, where she has worked directly with donors, intended parents, medical clinics, and law firms since 2011. Now the Vice President of Operations for Beacon Hill Egg Donation, Tamara connects with donors and intended parents from their first visit to the website, walking them through every step of the process with kindness and compassion until the egg retrieval is completed. A mother of twin boys, Tamara is passionate about helping others and creating a positive experience for every donor and intended parent.

Rebecca Schotz, Cycle Coordinator

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Rebecca is a graduate from the University of Arizona, where she majored in retailing and consumer sciences, with minors in psychology and business administration. She works directly with donors, intended parents, medical clinics, and law firms. She ensures that donors make and keep their appointments, communicates regular cycle updates to intended parents, and provides necessary paperwork to the doctors and attorneys.

Shelbee Stilwell, Donor Recruitment Coordinator

As coordinator of donor recruitment, Shelbee is often the first contact our donors have with BHED, encouraging them as they complete their applications and guiding them through the screening process until they are matched. Shelbee is a proud graduate of Oklahoma State University and holds a BS in Economics.

Pam Ruff, Cycle Coordinator

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Pam is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a BS in educational psychology and an MA in education. She works directly with donors, intended parents, medical clinics, and law firms. She ensures that donors make and keep their appointments, communicates regular cycle updates to intended parents, and provides necessary paperwork to the doctors and attorneys.

Whether you are a prospective egg donor or recipient, you will encounter other members of our staff as you work with BHED. If you are applying to become an egg donor, one of our donor recruiters will help you to determine if egg donation is right for you, and to answer any questions along the way you might have. The donor recruiter will also arrange for personal interviews with you (required of all our donors prior to being included in our database).

Our entire staff is committed to making the egg donation process as simple, transparent, and efficient as possible. Whatever your needs, we’re there for you.

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Traditional Cycle

In a traditional cycle, one recipient is matched with one donor for one cycle. If a successful pregnancy is not achieved and all normal embryos have been used, the recipient is eligible for a second cycle with no agency fee.

Shared Cycle

In a shared cycle, two or more recipients will share eggs from one cycle with one donor at one clinic. Each recipient pays an agency fee and legal fees. Shared expenses include donor fee, donor insurance, and donor travel (if applicable). Medical expenses are determined by the clinic. This option is not subject to our free rematch policy unless specifically outlined in the agency agreement.

Frozen Eggs

We work with some clinics that offer frozen eggs. The donor choices are limited. If you are interested in frozen eggs, please contact us. This option is not subject to our free rematch policy.