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Angela Peeters, Founder/CEO 

I have been blessed to have four wonderful children – Madelyn, twins – Emily and Carter, and my littlest monkey, Cole. We live in a small, but peaceful community called Exeter, Ontario. Our household is what I like to call, Organized chaos. and I love watching their little personalities unfold. Being a single mom and a conscious parent to busy children has brought its challenges, but my life has been forever changed by the miracles that they are. I couldn’t imagine my life without them bustling around me. It’s this pure joy that originally brought me to surrogacy and ultimately to create my own consulting firm to help others.

My educational background is in Journalism, and Psychology. I have a passion for writing and theatre and was involved with both for years, as a journalist and freelance writer. It taught me a lot about public relations and working with people of all personalities. I spent the past 15 years working within the social services and education fields, when I wasn’t at home raising my own children.

It has been my dream for a long time to pave my own road in helping others and Canadian Surrogacy Community is how I’ve decided to spend my days finding deeper meaning in life. It can be so overwhelming for both Intended Parents and surrogates when they begin their research into third party reproduction. It’s vital to have someone help them navigate through each step of the way.

Angela Peeters, Founder/CEO 

I have been blessed to have four wonderful children – Madelyn, twins – Emily and Carter, and my littlest monkey, Cole. We live in a small, but peaceful community called Exeter, Ontario. Our household is what I like to call, Organized chaos. and I love watching their little personalities unfold. Being a single mom and a conscious parent to busy children has brought its challenges, but my life has been forever changed by the miracles that they are. I couldn’t imagine my life without them bustling around me. It’s this pure joy that originally brought me to surrogacy and ultimately to create my own consulting firm to help others.

My educational background is in Journalism, and Psychology. I have a passion for writing and theatre and was involved with both for years, as a journalist and freelance writer. It taught me a lot about public relations and working with people of all personalities. I spent the past 15 years working within the social services and education fields, when I wasn’t at home raising my own children.

It has been my dream for a long time to pave my own road in helping others and Canadian Surrogacy Community is how I’ve decided to spend my days finding deeper meaning in life. It can be so overwhelming for both Intended Parents and surrogates when they begin their research into third party reproduction. It’s vital to have someone help them navigate through each step of the way.

Angela Peeters, Founder/CEO 

I have been blessed to have four wonderful children – Madelyn, twins – Emily and Carter, and my littlest monkey, Cole. We live in a small, but peaceful community called Exeter, Ontario. Our household is what I like to call, Organized chaos. and I love watching their little personalities unfold. Being a single mom and a conscious parent to busy children has brought its challenges, but my life has been forever changed by the miracles that they are. I couldn’t imagine my life without them bustling around me. It’s this pure joy that originally brought me to surrogacy and ultimately to create my own consulting firm to help others.

My educational background is in Journalism, and Psychology. I have a passion for writing and theatre and was involved with both for years, as a journalist and freelance writer. It taught me a lot about public relations and working with people of all personalities. I spent the past 15 years working within the social services and education fields, when I wasn’t at home raising my own children.

It has been my dream for a long time to pave my own road in helping others and Canadian Surrogacy Community is how I’ve decided to spend my days finding deeper meaning in life. It can be so overwhelming for both Intended Parents and surrogates when they begin their research into third party reproduction. It’s vital to have someone help them navigate through each step of the way.

Christine Villeneuve, Operations Manager

I am a single mother to four beautiful children with vibrant personalities – Cassidy, Colby, Owen and Mallory. They are my world, and it’s because of them that I decided to become a surrogate mother. I have helped create 2 families thus far, carrying twins born in July 2015 and a singleton born in August 2017. I am currently pregnant with a singleton on my 3rd journey. I have enjoyed working as a qualified occasional teacher for 10 years and am very excited to be a part of Angela’s team here at Canadian Surrogacy Community. I look forward to putting my experiences and passion for surrogacy to work in the coming years and meeting so many new and wonderful people along the way.

I grew up in Timmins, a small city in Northern Ontario and lived there nearly my whole life. I completed my post-secondary education in North Bay Ontario. I received my diploma in Television and Video Production and then moved onto University where I received my Bachelor of Arts immediately followed by my Bachelor of Education. I then moved back to Timmins raise my family and work in the schools where I grew up. In July 2018, I made the bold decision to move my family to Exeter On, to pursue my passion of working in surrogacy with Angela here at CSC.

After the birth of my first daughter, Cassidy in 2002, I knew I wanted to become a surrogate mother. Fast forward 10 years and 3 more bio-children, I started on my journey to help create families. The road to surrogacy is not always easy, and mine proved to be challenging but I persevered and gave birth to perfect twin boys in July of 2015. I then moved onto my second journey in which I gave birth to a tiny, but healthy baby girl in August 2017. My third journey had a few initial bumps, but we were successful with the first transfer and I am due in October 2019 for my amazing IP’s. I have remained close with each of these families and am so happy that they now consider me to be part of their chosen family.

My whole life I have always been able to connect with people, it is something that I pride myself on. This has proven a benefit as I have grown into the woman, mother, surrogate and friend that I am today. I am excited to continue this exciting phase of my life with enthusiasm and anticipation for all that will come my way. I know that I will be an asset in many aspects of this community that Angela has so passionately begun.

Melanie Mitchell, IVF Nurse Coordinator

A mother of 3 and a Registered Nurse with over 15 years experience in reproductive health. Melanie has seen the joys, struggles and sorrows of family planning personally as well as professionally. She has held a variety of nursing positions ranging from an operating room nurse to nurse manager in some of the top fertility clinics in Toronto.

Her goal is to provide exceptional care by sharing knowledge, experience, and guidance to support you in creating your family. Canadian Surrogacy Community is excited to welcome Melanie to the team as a consultant for both surrogates and Intended Parents as they go forward with their journey. Melanie handles clinical files for CSC in order to offer a better support service for all clients.

Melanie was Angela’s nurse at First Steps Fertility when she was a surrogate and Angela knows first hand the personal touch Melanie brings to everyone she helps. Angela wants the same for all her surrogates in the program.

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