Cassandra Adams is a late-discovery, transethnic, sperm donor-conceived person dedicated to raising awareness of issues surrounding donor conception. Her focus includes educating parents on best practices, advancing legislative changes for reforming the fertility industry, as well as writing, speaking, and other creative outlets. She explores the ethics of donor conception, the emotional impact and trauma of late discovery, and the complexities of ethnicity discoveries. As an engaged community member and leader, she connects DCP stories to the larger MPE and adoptive community, and addresses the nuanced experiences of separation from biological kin and dynamics of family secrecy. She has volunteered her time and spoken with a variety of organizations and nonprofits focusing on Misattributed Parentage, Donor Conception, and Adoption.