Male fertility is changing. We’re here to make sure that fatherhood isn’t.
Not just as experts in male fertility. As fathers, too. And aspiring parents. And people who understand how much that decision matters.
We ensure your legacy. You define it.
Together with today’s leaders in fertility.
We’d like you to meet our advisors—a group of international fertility and healthcare experts as passionate about fatherhood as we are.
Dr. Aaliya Yaqub
Dr. Paul Turek
Dr. Francisco Arredondo
Dr. Gail Prins
Dr. Denny Sakkas
Dr. Alister Martin
Dr. Marcia Inhorn
Dr. Allan Pacey
Dr. Aaliya Yaqub
We are all
We’re a Harvard-backed group of men and women who understand fatherhood—and how much it matters.
The Legacy team brings international experience in male fertility, healthcare policy, and business with a world-class advisory board.
Khaled Kteily is a former healthcare consultant at Oliver Wyman in Toronto and studied healthcare and public policy at Harvard University, where he received a full scholarship and graduated with distinction. Khaled has previously worked at the World Economic Forum in Geneva, where he had his work on the future of entrepreneurship published at Davos.
Khaled is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Canadian Fertility & Andrology Society.
Sarah Steinle previously worked at Extend Fertility, a New York-based clinic that specializes in egg freezing. Sarah operated as a consultant for women who were considering fertility preservation and oversaw the intricacies of the patient experience. Before her work in healthcare, Sarah spent four years in sales at a FinTech startup, also in New York.
Sarah graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in Psychology and has earned her health coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
Daniel Madero has extensive experience in the fertility space, including five years running Colombia’s largest fertility clinic which was sold to Spain’s largest private equity-backed reproductive health group.
Daniel previously founded his own company focused on personalized medicine, high-quality genetic testing and evidence-based treatment. He has spent several years since working with companies based out of Harvard & MIT.
Dr. Mariel Arvizu
Mariel Arvizu, M.D., Ph.D. is a Research Fellow at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, where she previously graduated with a degree in Epidemiology.
Dr. Arvizu’s research has focused on lifestyle determinants of semen quality parameters in men attending fertility clinic at the Massachusetts General Hospital, that have been featured in many biomedical journals, news outlets, and presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual meetings. She has received a number of awards including the John Garrow Nutrition Award for young professionals, the American Heart Association Fellowship Travel Award, and a full scholarship for her doctoral studies at Harvard University.
Meryl Haddad holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the National University of Singapore and a BA from the American University of Beirut. She has extensive experience working as a policy researcher and consultant in the UAE and Lebanon and has previously worked as a journalist and copywriter for various publications in the Middle East.
In her current role at Legacy, Meryl provides strategic content across social platforms
Dave Lastovskiy is a growth leader who is passionate about blending the art and science of brand, acquisition, and analytics. For the better part of the last decade he has worked at high-growth startups ranging from transportation to fintech. Previously, he’s scaled company revenue through $10M ARR, led major rebrands, and grown marketing teams from 1 to 10.
Lastovskiy holds a Bachelors of Commerce in Marketing from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University.
George is a cum laude graduate of Boston University in Economics. George’s work with Legacy includes digital marketing and advertising, market research analysis, and performance analytics.
Vrushab Gowda is pursuing a joint JD/MD program at Harvard Law School and UNC School of Medicine. He merges in-depth knowledge of the regulatory space with an international perspective on health policy, honed at the Parliament of the United Kingdom, a Massachusetts General Hospital-affiliated think tank and independent field studies in the Netherlands.
Vrushab’s work with Legacy includes securing all necessary regulatory approvals and ensuring compliance with state, federal, and international standards.
Our team brings international experience in male fertility, healthcare policy, and business with a world-class advisory board.
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