Nadine Wilson joined Growing Generations as an Egg Donor Admissions Specialist. Egg donor applicants begin working with Nadine right away and stay under her leadership until they are matched with intended parents. During that time Nadine will review the donor’s application, enroll the donor once they’ve been accepted into the program, and publish the donor in our online database.
Always full of positive energy, Nadine says she enjoys many parts of her job. From being on the phone with donors, to editing the donor’s pictures to put on their profile, she enjoys the building process. But most of all, Nadine loves informing a donor that they’ve been selected by their intended parents.
With a strong background in social service, Nadine previously worked in family services helping parents maintain custody of their children. Nadine has served in the non-profit sphere for her entire career, always working with children and families. She was motivated to come to Growing Generations in 2013 after a grant for her previous job ran out and she found an ad in a newspaper advertising for what she thought would be a richly rewarding career change.
Nadine is a mom of three and has been married for nearly 30 years! Three dogs complete her large family. Her strong family ties comprise some of her proudest life achievements. Together the Wilson clan spends a lot of time at the lake camping, fishing, grilling and riding around on a very old pontoon boat.
In her free time Nadine loves to go swimming, read, and search for hidden treasures at garage sales and antique stores. She is also a fan of old country music. Travel tops her bucket list, with Las Vegas, Colorado, and some beaches with white sand and blue waters claiming the top spots.
Nadine holds two Associate’s degrees from West Virginia Northern in Child Development and Human Services, as well as a BA from West Liberty University in Early Childhood and Social Work. She also holds her Graduate degree in Leadership/Business from the University of West Virginia, Charleston.