She currently serves as the Vice President of SEEDS - the Society for Ethics in Egg Donation and Surrogacy, working diligently to create standards within the surrogacy field. Sunday is very involved in community activism, serving as President of a nonprofit, tackling food insecurity, and as Vice President of another nonprofit supporting music and arts in her area. On weekends, you may find her feeding cows, working in her garden, or digging up dinosaur bones.
Dr. Sunday Crider started her infertility profession after finishing a PhD in Cell Biology and Biochemistry from Texas Tech University. She worked Embryologist at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, as well as New England Medical Center in Boston, before coming back home to Texas to build two IVF programs as Laboratory Director. She has also served as off-site Director for New Directions Fertility Center in Phoenix and Cryobank America in Dallas.
Leaving the clinical environment in 2013, Dr. Crider began consulting in the surrogacy field as Chief Scientific Liaison, Case Manager, and co-owner of a surrogacy firm. Recognizing the need to offer a more personalized approach, she launched The Surrogacy Consultant in 2019. Between her IVF and Surrogacy years, she's been a part of building thousands of families.