Keiko Zoll is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Infertility Voice™. A leading infertility and women’s health writer, she has been writing since 2009, chronicling her own personal journey with infertility; what started as an anonymous blog with only a handful followers, The Infertility Voice™ has grown into an internationally-recognized powerhouse within the online infertility community.
Keiko’s writing and infertility story has appeared in Redbook, The Huffington Post, Metro News International, Rewire (formerly RH Reality Check), Disney Baby, The Seleni Institute, BlogHer, Babble, About.com, and Answers.com, among many other publications. View her complete Media Kit here.
Keiko has been named a Top 10 Online Influencer in the Infertility Community by ShareCare and she received the 2010 Hope Award for Best Viral Video from RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association for her short film, What IF: A Portrait of Infertility. She was also recognized as a Volunteer of the Year by RESOLVE New England. As a tireless advocate for both infertility-sensitive legislation and cultural empowerment for infertility patients, Keiko received a Health Impact Award in from Wellsphere.com. Her writing has also been twice-recognized as a BlogHer Voice of the Year Honoree in 2011 and 2012.
A digital storyteller at heart, Keiko crafts brand stories by weaving words, visual design, and messaging strategy into a compelling narrative that ignites conversation and inspires action. She is also a News Writer for Bustle’s website for millennial moms, Romper.
Keiko lives in the greater Boston area with her high school sweetheart-turned-husband, her son, and their two crazy cats.
Oh, and she makes ridiculously delicious pancakes. Like, for reals.