Meet the Access Fertility ‘A’ Team, Andy and Amisha
Hello! As we started last month, we will be introducing you to the many faces of the Access Fertility team over the next few months. Each month we will give you an insight into the people who will be supporting you through your Access fertility journey, the people behind the emails and the phone calls. We are a small company so don’t worry, you won’t be bored with hundreds of profiles.
This month we would like to introduce you to our amazing Andy and Amisha.
Hi, my name is Andy and I have been part of the team at Access Fertility since October 2016. Originally from Scotland, I lived in Hong Kong, Dubai and Malaysia before returning to the UK for further education.
Following graduation from the University of Durham, I taught in Japan for several years and after returning to the UK moved down to London to take up my position as one of our team’s patient advisors.
In addition to this role, I am also our Open Day Facilitator which means I am responsible for attending events held at our partner clinics across the UK. This allows me to speak to potential patients about the programmes we offer and explain how these could help them on their fertility journey.
Outside of work I spend my time in London attending the theatre, going to the cinema, reading, cycling, playing board games and watching the NFL.
My name is Amisha, I am on the right in this photo along with my colleague Francesca who you will meet next time. I have been working at Access Fertility for over 2 years now having started in May 2017 as a patient advisor. As we continue to grow and help more patients achieve their dream of having a baby, I am enjoying my time at the company more and more.
This company has allowed me to build upon my interest in the fertility industry which stemmed from studying Biomedical Sciences for my undergraduate degree. Outside of work, I enjoy travelling, volunteering and exploring new cake shops!
I am also looking forward to the fertility show in November this year as it is a great chance to speak to patients in person (which is always great!) and attend the fascinating talks that will be held – hopefully I’ll see you there!