Clare-Louise Knox    Founder   After qualifying as a Business Psychologist, Clare created See Her Thrive to provide workplace wellness initiatives to address the unique needs of female employees, specifically reproductive and menstrual health disorders.  She has worked with public and private sector organisations across London and the South East to improve support systems for women, by providing specialist training for Managers and HR teams.  Clare is also a PhD researcher at King’s College London, working with the NHS and Ministry of Defence to investigate perinatal mental health within the military community.  Connect with Clare via  LinkedIn.

Clare-Louise Knox

Founder

After qualifying as a Business Psychologist, Clare created See Her Thrive to provide workplace wellness initiatives to address the unique needs of female employees, specifically reproductive and menstrual health disorders.

She has worked with public and private sector organisations across London and the South East to improve support systems for women, by providing specialist training for Managers and HR teams.

Clare is also a PhD researcher at King’s College London, working with the NHS and Ministry of Defence to investigate perinatal mental health within the military community.

Connect with Clare via LinkedIn.


Kristina Middleton    Associate   Kristina is Wellbeing Coordinator at University College London (UCL) and is also studying towards an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology at Kingston University London.   Her role at UCL involves running events, coordinating a network of over 100 wellbeing champions and designing and delivering training sessions on wellbeing-related subjects.  With a background in Chinese medicine, she experienced dealing with reproductive issues from a clinical perspective and uses this experience to support our work at See Her Thrive.  Connect with Kristina via  LinkedIn.

Kristina Middleton

Associate

Kristina is Wellbeing Coordinator at University College London (UCL) and is also studying towards an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology at Kingston University London.


Her role at UCL involves running events, coordinating a network of over 100 wellbeing champions and designing and delivering training sessions on wellbeing-related subjects.

With a background in Chinese medicine, she experienced dealing with reproductive issues from a clinical perspective and uses this experience to support our work at See Her Thrive.

Connect with Kristina via LinkedIn.


Nayiri Keshishi    Associate   Nayiri is an Employability Curriculum Partner at Kingston University, where she designs and delivers training to develop the employability skills of Business and Social Science students.  She has over 5 years’ of experience across higher education, employability and graduate recruitment and is currently studying towards an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology at Kingston University London.  Her interests and volunteer work support education, equality and well-being. You can reach Nayiri on LinkedIn or Twitter  @KNayiri .

Nayiri Keshishi

Associate

Nayiri is an Employability Curriculum Partner at Kingston University, where she designs and delivers training to develop the employability skills of Business and Social Science students.

She has over 5 years’ of experience across higher education, employability and graduate recruitment and is currently studying towards an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology at Kingston University London.

Her interests and volunteer work support education, equality and well-being. You can reach Nayiri on LinkedIn or Twitter @KNayiri.


Tiffany Delp    Associate   Tiffany has over eight years of talent development and business management experience within two major US markets.  Her interests and volunteer work support education, mental well-being and gender equality.  She is now building on her experience in talent management by training as an Occupational Psychologist.  Connect with Tiffany via  LinkedIn .

Tiffany Delp

Associate

Tiffany has over eight years of talent development and business management experience within two major US markets.

Her interests and volunteer work support education, mental well-being and gender equality.

She is now building on her experience in talent management by training as an Occupational Psychologist.

Connect with Tiffany via LinkedIn.

Working with Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) was always incredibly challenging for me. I often wondered how other women managed their symptoms at work and this sparked my curiosity. I made it my mission to find out how reproductive and menstrual health conditions such as PMDD affect women at work, how working women cope with symptoms and what support is provided by employers. I was shocked at what I discovered.
— Clare Knox, Founder