Join us for an evening about FEMM: Fertility Education and Medical Management, the women’s health program that revolutionizes the way women and physicians do women’s healthcare—and the unique way it respects the dignity of her person and her body.
Weronika Janczuk, North American regional director for the World Youth Alliance (WYA), will inspire attendees with her presentation on FEMM’s unique programs that combine education, technology, and medical management. This FEMM approach to women’s’ reproductive healthcare provides a range of tools to help women and physicians to fully understand the natural structure and movement of the female body and then to receive medical care if that internal structure to their body is disrupted.
These combined programs also provide local and national policy makers, schools, parents, and individuals an alternative to women’s reproductive healthcare services that do not promote a culture of life or respect the full dignity of women.
About the Speaker:
Weronika Janczuk serves as the North American regional director for the World Youth Alliance (WYA), a global coalition of young people committed to the defense of human dignity and the building of a culture of life. Prior to her regional role, she worked with WYA’s affiliate women’s health program, FEMM (Fertility Education & Medical Management). She is a daughter to Polish immigrants, completed a self-designed B.A. in the Philosophy of the Human Person at NYU, and writes on the philosophy and theology of the heart. She is working on a book, and her writing is forthcoming in the journal Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture, among others. Weronika is also a 2017-2018 New York City Leonine Fellow.
To learn more about FEMM and their comprehensive women’s health program please visit their website here.