Location: West Madison (Bishop O'Connor Center), Richland Center (Richland Hospital)
Experience: 12 years
Andy and Blossom Wright reside in Richland Center with their four children: August, Liam, Jacob, and Moray. They are also currently fostering a niece and nephew. Andy and Blossom met at UW-Madison in the early 1990s and have been married since 1998. Andy is a family practice physician with OB, including C-sections, at Richland Hospital. He also enjoys time with his family, listening to a wide array of musical styles, reading, exercising, and snow. Blossom enjoys reading, homeschooling, walking in the woods, artwork, exercising, and peace and quiet. They are both fluent in Spanish. Andy is also fluent in French and Blossom is nearly fluent in Portuguese.
Molly and Jesse were married in June 2012 and reside in Madison. They belong to Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish and joyfully welcomed their first child in August 2016. Molly works as a mental health counselor and social worker for UW Madison and St. Mary’s Hospital. Jesse works as a Change Management Coordinator for UW System Administration.
Molly and Jesse learned the Family of the Americas Method of NFP through their own marriage preparation in 2011-2012. They were immediately interested in practicing NFP as they believed in the many personal, relational, and spiritual benefits of NFP. Since practicing NFP, Molly and Jesse continue to experience and are blessed with so many gifts. They knew early on they wanted to educate and support couples interested in NFP and were excited to have the training opportunity to learn and become teachers of the Sympto-Thermal Method through the Couple-to-Couple League.
In their free time Molly and Jesse are loving the adjustment of having a child, they enjoy traveling to various cities to visit family and friends, going for walks, biking, and even going for “Sunday drives”. Most importantly, they love spending time together as a family.
Please consider becoming an NFP teacher! We are currently experiencing an increase in NFP inquiries and class requests, but don't have enough active teachers to meet every need. We especially need candidates for:
All you need is a desire to spread the good news about NFP and the motivation to complete initial training. Medical background is a bonus, and NFP medical professionals are always needed, but it is not necessary for teaching most methods. For more information or to request an NFP Teacher Inquiry Packet, please contact the Diocesan Natural Family Planning Coordinator: email@example.com.