4 Amazing Women Doing Great Things In Lafayette

By Shari Puterman
The Advocate, Baton Rouge, La.

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr) Shari Puterman takes a look at four women who are using their spirit and talent to truly create a community that cares.

The Advocate, Baton Rouge, La.

It’s easy to fall in love with life in Lafayette.

Fabulous food, music, festivals and culture are just a small part of what makes Acadiana so amazing.

But at the core of any great place lies its people.

From Alabama to Acadiana
Amelie Storment, 54, was urged by her parents to attend LSU.

“I grew up in Mobile,” says the mother of three. “And my parents thought that LSU would be less of a party school than Alabama, so I came (to Baton Rouge) to study marketing.”

That’s where she met her husband, Dr. John Storment.

In 2002, Dr. Storment branched out on his own to form Fertility Answers, the only office of its kind in Lafayette.

Two other doctors — Susan Conway and Neil Chappell — also serve as infertility specialists.

But the practice wouldn’t be what it is without Amelie, the lady behind the scenes.

“I’ve morphed into the marketing director as we’ve grown,” she explains. “I’ve gotten more and more involved, especially with our expansion to Baton Rouge in 2014.”

Although Amelie doesn’t wear a doctor’s coat, watching people start families with the help of her husband and his partners is gratifying, to say the least.

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