Jessica Molitor is the President of the Maternal Alloimmunization Foundation. Jessica is the chair of the foundation. She has been married to her husband, Jon, for the last 27 years and is a mother to ten. She also has one grandchild. Jessica has been in the alloimmunized world for the last twenty years, ever since antibodies were discovered in her fourth pregnancy. After having several alloimmunized pregnancies and walking through four of those without the support of other families she was blessed twelve years ago to find and then be involved in a world wide support group. Jessica has a desire to support families as they walk through the difficulties of maternal alloimmunization and hemolytic disease of the newborn.
Mandy Laterveer is the acting Treasurer of the Maternal Alloimmunization Foundation. She has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration/Hospitality from Florida State University and spent years in guest relations for one of the best restaurants in the world. Having lived all over the country from Atlanta, to NYC, to Los Angeles, to Las Vegas- she now lives in South Florida with her husband and 3 living children. Mandy found ISOMoms on Facebook after the devastating loss of their second child, Louise. This condition has deeply affected her family (to say the least) and Mandy feels passionate about educating other families and care-providers on HDFN.
Rhi Wallace is the acting board Secretary for Maternal Alloimmunization Foundation. She lives in Alaska with her four children and is the co-owner Odyssey Family Practice. Rhi has had one pregnancy that was affected by maternal alloimmunization and hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn. Rhi has been a member of our worldwide patient support groups for six years providing support and insight to families as they navigate pregnancy with antibodies. Before moving to Alaska, Rhi attended University the Sciences in Philadelphia where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Science. Rhi also represents Maternal Alloimmunization Foundation on the National Patient Safety Board Coalition.
Amy Adamson is Maternal Alloimmunization Foundation's Director of Science and Research. She also sits on the executive board of directors as treasurer for the nonprofit Parents of Infants and Children with Kernicterus (pic-K). Amy lives in Kansas with her two sons. Amy holds a Bachelor’s Arts in Education from Wichita State University and a Master’s of Education from Friends University and she has taught science at the same high school for the last fifteen years. Amy’s second pregnancy was affected by Maternal Alloimmunization. She has worked with the worldwide support group for patients also affected by maternal alloimmunization and hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn for nearly ten years and continues to be an integral member of its community.
Loren Sikorski is The Maternal Alloimmunization Foundation's Director of Medical Affairs. Loren is the wife of an US Army Veteran who is also her high school sweetheart! They married in the fall of 2013 and live in Indiana and they share seven children together. Loren's last four pregnancies have been affected by Maternal Alloimmunization. Loren is a Registered Nurse in a Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) and has also worked in the Labor and Delivery Unit and her husband is now a police officer with the Fort Wayne Police Department. Loren also has a passion for dance and wishes she could dance more, but it's difficult to find the time now that she is so busy. We are so lucky to have Loren working with the foundation and our global support group for so many years.
Stephanie McCary is the Director of Engagement and Social Outreach for Maternal Alloimmunization Foundation. She lives in Florida with her three sons. Stephanie’s last pregnancy was affected by maternal alloimmunization and hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn. Stephanie attended Valencia College and previously worked as a dental hygienist as well as in the corporate world as a recruiter and she is now pursuing furthering her education. We have been very fortunate to have Stephanie in our worldwide patient support groups for maternal alloimmunization for several years. Stephanie is passionate about patient outreach and advocacy and looks forward to continuing this mission with the foundation.