Anna Feldberg

Co-Director of Support Programs

Anna Feldberg

Anna Feldberg lives in northern NJ with her husband Ben, their rainbow babies Winnie and Sonny, and their pitbull mix, Stanley. Anna is a practicing NYC family law attorney, having graduated from Cardozo Law School and Northwestern University. She speaks conversational Spanish and Hebrew.

Anna’s first daughter, Charlotte, who was conceived after a frustrating and disheartening fertility struggle, died suddenly at 35 weeks gestation after an uneventful, healthy pregnancy. A placental pathology report ultimately revealed that Charlotte’s placenta was extremely small for her gestational age, which was likely the cause of her death.

Since losing Charlotte, Anna has connected with many fellow loss parents. Helping others through this life-altering tragedy enables Anna to keep Charlotte close to her heart, while paying forward what others did for her in those initial deep, dark days.

As Co-Director of Support Programs, Anna oversees the Griffin Cares Peer Mentor program, carefully matching newly bereaved parents with trained volunteers for personalized peer support. In addition to serving on the Board of Griffin Cares, Anna volunteers with PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy, a non-profit dedicated to reducing the incidence of preventable stillbirth through research, awareness, and advocacy. Anna’s particular interests include Estimated Placental Volume and NYC’s First Rainbow Clinic.

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The Griffin Cares Peer Mentor Program is open to bereaved parents who have lived with loss for at least one year and feel that they are in a place in their grief journey where they can support someone else. Birthing parents and non-birthing partners are welcome to participate. All mentors must complete a training program and meet with our Peer Mentor Team prior to taking on a mentee. Ongoing support for mentors is provided.
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Support services provided by Griffin Cares Foundation connect baby loss families with fellow peers for shared support and community. They are not a replacement for professional therapy or medical care. This form serves as your registration to participate in all Griffin Cares support programs and only needs to be completed one time. Once you submit your registration, the Griffin Cares Support Team will reach out to provide more information and answer any questions. Additional program details are available in our FAQs.
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