Meet GG: Kellie Nesbitt

Client Development Assistant Kellie Nesbitt has been with Growing Generations since 2015. In her role she interacts with intended parents from their very first contact with GG until the time they retain our services and begin their journey to parenthood. During that time Kellie will help the future intended parents with their retainer agreement and arrange for their initial consultations and appointments.

She says that she enjoys the occasions when she gets to speak with intended parents on the phone, and absolutely adores her coworkers. The client development assistant brings many years of customer service expertise to her current role and says that seeing people happy is one of the best parts of her job.

Kellie is married and the proud mother of a dog named Jill, a guinea pig and two gerbils. When not playing with her many pets, Kellie is often found listening to many types of music, reading, taking in a good movie, or losing herself in a good coloring book.

She says she’s the most proud of herself when she overcomes personal fears, a skill that may come in handy as her bucket list is topped by the desire to storm chase an EF-5 tornado! She’d also like to visit London and someday become a lounge singer.

Ms. Nesbitt holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from West Virginia Northern Community College.

Dr. Kim Bergman

Kim Bergman, PhD, a licensed psychologist of 22 years, has specialized in the area of gay and lesbian parenting, parenting by choice and third party assisted reproduction for the last two decades. Dr. Bergman has created a comprehensive psychological screening, support and monitoring process for Intended Parents, Surrogates and Donors. She is the co-owner of Fertility Counseling Services and Growing Generations and is a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, the American Fertility Association, the American Psychological Association, the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, the Lesbian and Gay Psychotherapy Association, and the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association. She is on the national board of the Family Equality Council. Dr. Bergman writes, teaches and speaks extensively on parenting by choice. Along with co-authors, she published “Gay Men Who Become Fathers via Surrogacy: The Transition to Parenthood” (Journal of GLBT Family Studies, April 2010). Dr. Bergman created her own family using third party assisted reproduction and she lives with her wife of 28 years and their two teenage daughters.