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Meet Our Fertility Team

Sometimes, it takes a village to make a baby. Let us introduce you to the team responsible for making your dreams of parenthood a reality.

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Sherri Thomas, RN, MSN, WHNP-BC

Sherri Thomas, RN, MSN, WHNP-BC, joined the clinical team at Tennessee Fertility Institute as a Registered Nurse in December 2019. After graduating with her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of South Alabama in 2022, she transitioned to the role of Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner in March 2023.

Born in Texas and raised in Tennessee, Sherri graduated from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga in 1998 with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology. After working in Human Resources and as a Wedding Coordinator for 9 years, Sherri decided to return to school to pursue her dream of being a nurse and in 2014, she graduated with her Associates Degree in Nursing from Columbia State Community College.

In her eight years practicing as a registered nurse, seven of them were spent working in the Emergency Department. While there, she became a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and this is where she truly found her calling in women’s health.

Sherri is passionate about women’s health and loves having the opportunity to build relationships with patients and help them grow their families. As a patient who struggled with infertility herself, she understands the physical and emotional toll that it can take on her patients and strives to ensure that her patients are supported in their journey.

In her free time, she loves to travel, go to plays and musicals, and spend time with her two teenage children along with family and friends.

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Jennifer Miller, BS, BA, TS (ABB)

Jennifer is a Senior Embryologist who joins Tennessee Fertility Institute with 21 years of IVF experience in the fields of Andrology, Embryology, and Preimplantation Genetics. She received a BA in English and a BS in Biology from Lipscomb University. She is board certified as a Technical Supervisor by the American Board of BioAnalysis. She is a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology.

Jennifer has presented her research on laboratory quality control and low ovarian reserve at national meetings. Her research has been published in the medical journal, Fertility and Sterility. She has received acclaim for pioneering new ways to improve quality control outcomes in the laboratory and was invited to share her data as a speaker on the Organon-sponsored lectureship series.

She is a former editor-in-chief of SartTimes, a publication by the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology. She has worked as a traveling embryologist, served as a laboratory consultant, and provided biopsy training to embryologists and laboratories across the country. She is a native of Tennessee and is proud to be a part of the staff at Tennessee Fertility Institute.

As an infertility patient herself, she has a unique understanding of the challenges that our patients face and a deep desire to help them on their journey.