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 America Olivo – Spokesperson


Actress & Recording Artist, America Olivo (Maniac 2013; Spiderman Turn Off the Dark, DeGrassi, Chicago PD), has signed on as spokesperson for Baby Quest Foundation.

Having endured multiple losses herself due to an autoimmune disorder similar to lupus and the loss of her daughter to Trisomy 18 (born via a surrogate), America felt drawn to support Baby Quest in their efforts to raise financial support and public awareness for infertility.

“There is a growing number of couples needing physical intervention to conceive. Until now, there’s been little to support these people in their struggles.”


Baby Quest Celebrity Advocates


DAN_BUCATINSKY_1Dan is a writer, producer, and actor.  He has appeared in many popular series and is consulting producer on Grey’s Anatomy. Currently he plays the role of “James” on the hit show Scandal. His book, Does This Baby Make Me Look Gay?, is a humorous and autobiographical look at life as a gay father.

“I am a father of two adopted children and I am grateful for all of the help and support my husband and I received when we made the decision to expand our family. Baby Quest Foundation provides a much needed service for families struggling to conceive, so I am proud to support their mission to help people to realize their dream of becoming parents.”


ELISABETH_ROHM_1Elisabeth is an actress best known for her roles on Law and Order, Heroes, The Client List and American Hustle. Her popular blog appears on People.com. In her book, Baby Steps: Having the Child I Always Wanted (Just Not as I Expected), she candidly details her struggles with infertility in hopes of increasing public awareness of this condition.

“If I could build a new world, I would make it a world where everyone who wanted a child could have a child—Gender wouldn’t matter. Sexual orientation wouldn’t matter—I would make sure every woman in her early twenties starts thinking about when she wants to have a baby and gets ready, just in case.”