Shari Schnall is a Brooklyn-based working mom to a vivacious and sweet four year old girl named Alexis. She is a public relations and marketing professional turned organ donation and transplantation advocate after receiving a life saving liver transplant ten years ago.
After knocking on death's door, Shari thought she could handle anything, but found her fertility struggles to be a bit of a buzzkill. She now takes solace in the preparation of her daughter's lunch and laundry. Her daughter's laughter and smile light up her life.
Shari takes approximately the same number of pills as the average eighty year old to keep her liver healthy, and can always be counted on to have a hand wipe or sanitizer with her.