|Height: 5' 6"||Weight: 190||Hair Color: Black|
|Eye Color: Black||Hair Type: Curly||Complexion: Dark Brown|
|Race: Black||Mother's Ethnic Background:
Father's Ethnic Background: Ethiopian
|Blood Type: B +|
|Cataracts:||Heart attack:||Myasthenia gravis:|
|Cleft palate or lip:||Hemophilia:||Parkinson's:|
|Color blindness:||Hernia, inguinal:||Sickle cell anemia:|
|Cystic fibrosis:||Huntington's chorea:||Tay Sachs disease:|
|Dislocated hip:||Juvenile arthritis:|
Donor's vision: nearsighted; requires correction.
Donor's hearing: excellent.
Donor's dental history: 2 cavities as an adult.
|EDUCATION:||Subject of study||Location of University||Type of University|
|> 1 year college|
|Professional Degree||X (Medicine)||Slovakia||
COUNTRY OF BIRTH: Ethiopia YEAR OF BIRTH: 1968 RELIGION: Orthodox ChristianSocial History:
1. Do you have any special talents?
Sports: cross-country 5-15 km.2. Are there any special talents that seem to run in your family? (athletics, music, artistic, etc.)
Brother: artistic talent.3. What are your interests and hobbies?
Care-giving for the poor, children, and older people is my special interest. No matter if I know the person or not, if he/she needs my help, I don't hesitate to do so. In my knowledge I did almost 80% my interest from childhood up to now.
My hobbies: going outside, like to go to mountains and riverside, reading books, working on garden (when I was back home, I loved it so much). Cleaning is my daily hobby, cooking, too.4. What did you enjoy studying in high school and college?
Physics, biology, chemistry, and history.5. High School GPA 3.6 College GPA 3.8 I.Q.
6. How would you describe your personality characteristics?
Quiet, shy, and thoughtful. My leadership personality comes after I introduce myself to the conditions. But I don't want to be superior or inferior. I believe in understanding each other, teamwork, and loving each other.7. Why do you want to be a sperm donor?
I love kids, and I feel how much parents who want to have babies feel bad how much they miss the smile of baby boys/girls. If this is a help for those parents, why not do it?Additional Descriptive Characteristics:
Any Distinguishing Features (Dimples, Cleft Chin, Roman Nose, Freckles, etc.):
No.Reactivity/Sensitivity to sun exposure:
No.Do you smoke?
NoFamily Social History:
|Education||Occupation||Interests||Eye Color||Hair Color||Height||Body Type|
|Father||elementary school||local businessman||brown||brown and black||5'8"||normal|
|Mother||elementary school||local businesswoman||longing to have her own hotel||black||black||5'6"||normal|
|Brother||high school||cab driver||going outside and studying medicine||black||black||5'6"||normal|
|Brother||high school||hotel manager||have his own business||black||black||5'7"||normal|
(Information pending)Summary of the Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis:
The fifth Acceptable range was in the
measurement of Dominant versus Submissive. Donor scored right in the
again suggesting a balance between being reasonable with others and
being both a leader and a follower. This indicates
good ego-strength, self-assurance, confidence and flexibility in
relationships with others.
The sixth Acceptable score was in the measurement of Tolerant versus
Hostile. A Tolerant person is accepting of others'
opinions and ideas even if they differ from their own. They are
patient, humane, and non-critical toward others.
My stays with my family were very short. That was only five years. When I became five years old, I moved with my oldest brother (22) at that time to different places. I had a hard life during my stay with my brother. I get along with my siblings and non-siblings once in 5-6 years. But it was not a problem to get along with them even though there is a minor misunderstanding.2. Were there any family members other than your parents and siblings with whom you regularly had contact?
As I said, I didn't grow up with my parents. They were divorced since I knew them. Once in 5-6 years I met my family and I was having problems to getting along in the right way with my oldest sister who was a teenager.3. As a child, what was/were your favorite: (Please include a reason, or why, if you can.)
Indoor game(s)?Outdoor game(s)? Playing soccer, running, jumping.
Sport(s)? Soccer.Other activity(s)? Dance, working at the backyard planting trees, vegetables, and crops.
4. What is your earliest memory?
I don't know what my age was, but I remember I lost my way home and I was crying to get help. For sure it was before the age of five. And I remember when my brother separated me from my grandma to his place, and I was crying in the autobus when I though he left me alone.5. What did you do during the summers?
Loved to go to the beach, jogging, cleaning, helping people who needed help.6. Are there any "new" technologies you remember becoming available during your childhood which now are commonplace in our society, or which have now been replaced by a newer technology?
Computer, DVD.7. Did you enjoy school as a child? Do you have any memories of teachers that influenced you, or that you especially liked (or disliked)?
Yes, I do because it was my relief place from my sisters-in-law cruelty, and those jobs which she assigned me to do. It was a place for me to listen to a teacher telling stories which I couldn't have at home. Every teacher liked me because I was polite and easy-going.8. Did you have chores or tasks that you were regularly expected to do?
No.9. Any other recollections of importance that come to mind?
I have a lot, but I couldn't write it all and nobody would understand me.