Barbara Collura, RESOLVE's President/CEO

Barbara Collura serves as the President/CEO of RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. Learn more about this outstanding leader and expert.

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Barbara Collura joined RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association in September 2004 as the Director, Chapter & Constituent Services. In April 2007, Barbara was named the President & CEO of RESOLVE.

Barbara Collura serves as the President/CEO of RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. Barbara is a nationally recognized expert on infertility and the family building journey, with a special emphasis on the personal experience of those struggling to build their family. Barbara has worked with the World Health Organization on infertility definitions and clinical guidelines, worked with ACOG on their clinical definitions for infertility, and served a four-year term on the Advisory Council of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at NIH. A frequent guest speaker at medical conferences, Barbara is an expert on public policy issues facing the infertility community that impact both patient access and clinical care. Barbara has been a guest on the TODAY ShowMSNBCFox & Friends, and Nightline. She is routinely quoted in major media outlets on a variety of topics related to infertility. In 2014, Barbara received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Barbara is passionate about RESOLVE’s mission as the organization was a source of support and information during her own battle with infertility.

For several years prior to joining the national headquarters staff of RESOLVE, Barbara served as a volunteer for RESOLVE in the Washington, DC metro area.

Prior to joining RESOLVE, Barbara ran a high-tech recruiting organization serving as Vice President of Operations; she also owned her own high-tech recruiting firm. Barbara has served as a volunteer with RESOLVE, The American University Alumni Association, her church, and other social service organizations.

Barbara received her undergraduate degree from the University of Montana and her Master of Arts degree in International Affairs from American University.

Barbara, her husband Chris, son Anthony and assorted pets reside in Herndon, Virginia.