Nursing Staff


Jamie began her career as a Registered Nurse in 2017. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from California State University Channel Islands. Before joining the team at FSAC, she worked as a nurse in the hospital setting with adult telemetry and medical-surgical patients. During nursing school, Jamie worked as a medical assistant in an obstetric/gynecologic private practice; this is where she discovered her passion for women’s health, eventually leading to her current position as a Fertility Nurse Coordinator. When she is not working, Jamie enjoys spending time with her family and her collie, Daisy.


Jessica began her career as a nurse 10 years ago and received her RN degree from Pasadena City College. She recently joined the FSAC team as a Third Party IVF Nurse Coordinator. Having been told in her 20s that she may not be able to conceive children, Jessica empathizes with the feelings of hope and fear that come with infertility. She uses her own experiences along with her education and training to guide and support her patients through their journeys. During her free time she can be found at the pool with her kids, hanging with her husband, or shopping at Target.


Paulina, our Nurse in Santa Monica, began her career as a Registered Nurse in 2016 in Chicago. She moved to California in 2017 to build a profession where she can incorporate patient education-her favorite quality to being a nurse. She is passionate about and interested in the field of Women’s Heath and Fertility. In Paulina’s spare time, she loves cooking, hiking, reading and practicing yoga & meditation.


Stephanie D, BSN, RN has been with FSAC since May 2012 and she is one of our IVF Coordinators. Through education and support, Stephanie hopes to make the process for her patients easier and more comfortable. When she’s not caring for patients, Stephanie loves to travel, spending time with her family, friends and her Dachshund Olive.


Tanisha received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Azusa Pacific University. She began her career in nursing in the NICU at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles in 2006. This is where she first discovered her passion for women’s and children’s health. After having children of her own, she decided to move to a community hospital to be closer to her family where she worked in the NICU, nursery, and Mother Baby units. After hearing about FSAC from several patients as well as close friends and family, she decided to make the transition into the field of fertility and is now one of our IVF Nurse Coordinators. When she is not caring for patients, Tanisha loves to spend time with her family, travel, and camp at the beach.