Birth Tissue International President Dan Maye founded BTi in 2016 with the purpose of addressing the growing need for birth tissue-derived products for patients. With more than 25 years experience in tissue banking and 15 years experience in birth tissue recovery, Maye is a leader in this industry. Following the strictest protocols, as well as federal and state regulations, Maye created BTi – a unique birth tissue recovery program that places hospitals, first, providing tailored recovery programs for each facility based on their unique needs. This vision has proved successful for BTi and its hospitals, and under his leadership, BTi continues to be a leader in birth tissue recovery, providing life-enhancing and life-saving tissue to patients throughout the U.S.
Donation Program Supervisor
Donation Program Manager
Donation Program Coordinator
Lyna Nguyen Trieu Soileau
Donation Program Supervisor
Lyna joined the BTI family in 2020. As a donor coordinator, Lyna interacts with hospital administration, physicians and donors, ensuring all know the power of the first gift. Her passion and dedication to help people continually drives Lyna to share the BTI mission, and she loves working with the many physicians and nurses who have welcomed BTI into their facilities to better the quality of life for many people throughout the United States. Born in Lancaster, CA, Lyna is a first generation American and thanks her grandmother for fleeing Vietnam during wartime to America to pursue a better life for her and her family. Lyna was raised in Opelousas, LA, and now resides in Sunset, LA with her husband and their two boys.
DONOR RECORD REVIEW TEAM
Vice President of Operations
VP of Organizational Support & Development
FDA and HIPAA Compliant
Birth Tissue International (BTi) is registered with the FDA and complies with the established HIPAA laws to ensure the confidentiality of all sensitive information. We are dedicated to providing the highest standard of care, patient understanding and safety throughout the entire donation process.
The Gift of Amnion
Since the early 20th century, amnion, the fluid protecting and nourishing your baby in the womb, has been used in various surgical procedures. Today, it is used to treat burn victims, difficult to heal wounds and soft tissue injuries, as well as used as a natural healing barrier in surgery.
Sadly, amnion and afterbirth is simply thrown away as medical waste after a baby is born. However, you can make a difference and choose to donate it after your precious miracle is born.
Donating Your Afterbirth
Ask your physician about donating your afterbirth. A single donation could help heal hundreds and allow people to live better lives. If your physician is not a current member of our birth tissue donation program and you would like to donate or you have questions, please contact us for further information.