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"I knew there was a greater purpose for my suffering, and with faith as my guide, I took the leap to start Pink Stork, dedicated to supporting other women on their path to motherhood!"


Pink Stork Founder and CEO, Amy Suzanne has seen it all. Her path to motherhood was filled with obstacles, including an infertility diagnosis, severe morning sickness, and a deathbed scare, all with military deployments complicating these challenges. Through everything she has faced, she has leaned into her faith to find hope and the support she needed. 

During her first pregnancy Amy contracted a severe blood infection from an IV line while in the hospital for complications from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. She was given 24 hours to live, but miraculously both she and her baby pushed through. Less than 2% of women suffer from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which is a condition that causes severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss, and electrolyte disturbance. Mild cases can be managed with diet, rest, and antacids, but more severe cases often require a stay in the hospital to receive fluid and nutrition.

Amy continued to struggle with debilitating Hyperemesis Gravidarum through her next two pregnancies, mentally, physically, and spiritually. As a military spouse, the isolation, defeat and guilt she battled spending months on end in the hospital and away from her family while her husband was deployed was almost too much to bear. It wasn’t until she began working with doctors, her mom (who was a registered nurse) and other professionals to develop a holistic path forward that she started to find relief from her Hyperemesis Gravidarum. With her team by her side during her fourth pregnancy, they developed a regimen of natural products that forever changed Amy’s life for the better.


Today, I am a mom of six with my youngest, Maximilian, rocking an extra chromosome. This diagnosis has completely changed my perspective on life. As I navigate this new journey, I am reminded how we can all make a difference in the world. I feel passionately about being an advocate for an inclusive society. My team and I at Pink Stork work daily to achieve this. Through having an inclusive work place where everyone is welcome to help us make a difference, to volunteering locally to support an inclusive society, and donating to different organizations! 


As the CEO for Pink Stork, I have learned just how underutilized and under appreciated women in the workforce are. I mean we really are the best multitaskers! I always tell people that hiring mothers is one of the most impactful things for Pink Stork, because if you need something done just ask a mom! Being a mother and CEO are part of everything I do. I hope I can share my life and advice to help more women realize you do not have to choice to pause your dreams and goals to be a mom. I fail daily, but I also learn more from those failures than I every thought possible. 


Faith is part of everything I do. After I used my faith during my toughest times to push me forward, I want to make sure every women who needs support gets it. At Pink Stork, I personally pray over all of our products. I pray that all the woman using these products feel supported and get the hope they need during their journey.

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