The American Academy of FertilityCare™ Professionals
Our Mission is to foster, advance, and promote the Creighton Model FertilityCare System and NaProTECHNOLOGY through service, education, research, and leadership.
I recently received my Certificate of Completion from St. Pope Paul VI Institute, what can I do to stay actively involved in the Academy?
1. Attend the Annual Meeting
Visit the Annual Meeting page to learn more about our Annual Meeting.
Visit the Sponsor Message campaign page in the subheading section of the Annual Meeting page for financial opportunities to attend the Annual Meeting.
2. Become an Academy Member
3. Apply for Certification as a FertilityCare Instructor, Practitioner, or MC
Practitioner/Instructors, visit the Instructor Practitioner page to learn about the requirements and download the application.
The Commissioner on Certification can be reached at: email@example.com.
Each page has a helpful FAQ section.
4. Join a committee.
Visit Council, Committee and Commission page to explore each committee and how to become a Committee member or a Chair. Then depending on the requirements, your skills, your availability, and the Committee’s needs, you can target where you can become actively involved.
5. Become a FertilityCare Center of Excellence.
6. Promote Practitioner training programs
Visit our Education Program page and tell a family member, friend, colleague, nursing or medical student.
Your 2019 Board of Directors
From left to right: Dr. Christine Hemphill, Theresa Schortgen, Jamie Hobor, Lindy Meyer, Marcia Niznan,
Marilyn Wachs, Michele Chambers, and Sr. Candace Fier.
Our 2019 Site Host Committee Members
Thank you to the Philly Practitioners! They stop a minute for a quick picture with Dr. Hilgers and his wife Sue.
2019 Annual Meeting Philadephia Excursion
Academy Members experienced The National Constitution Center in “Center City” Philadelphia.
Members learned the story of “We the People” and were inspired by the Constitution’s legacy of freedom.
Travel arrangments were also made to visit Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, the mother church of the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Fr. Joseph LoJacono and Barbara Rose
visiting during the Annual Meeting in the Exhibitor area