Our mission is to ensure that no woman is disadvantaged at work or in her career because of a reproductive health problem. We want to create a world where employers view reproductive health in the same way as physical and mental health. We believe that the best way to do this is to normalise workplace conversations, remove the stigma and take women’s health seriously – not dismiss it. We’re passionate about helping organisations to create an open environment where women’s health is acknowledged, understood and supported. By working together in this way, we know we can build a future where every woman has the opportunity to thrive at work and beyond. 




Clare Knox, Director

Clare-Louise is a Business Psychologist specialising in women’s health, with first hand experience of working with a reproductive health condition. Clare-Louise’s diverse and varied career is underpinned by a love of people and behavioural science, and she is driven by helping others to thrive.

Clare is a Board Member at the International Association for Premenstrual Disorders (IAPMD) and an affiliate member of The Association for Business Psychology, British Psychological Society and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Clare-Louise was recently invited to join a Government Taskforce to address menstrual stigma and education in the UK, where she will work to improve knowledge and awareness in this area. 

An accomplished international speaker, Clare-Louise is a dynamic presenter who captivates audiences with her warmth, wit and Northern charm. She combines vitally important messages about women's health with a funny and engaging presentational style. Clare-Louise is guaranteed to add the ‘feel-good’ factor to any event, thanks to her natural ability to enthuse and inspire those around her.

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Laura Murphy

Laura Murphy is Founder and Director of Vicious Cycle: Making PMDD Visible - a patient-led awareness project. Through this grassroots initiative, Laura works to raise awareness of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, a menstrual related mood condition which affects around 1 in 20 women of reproductive age.

Laura is also on the Board of Directors for the IAPMD (International Association for Premenstrual Disorders) and is currently leading a project on surgical menopause.

Laura was responsible for setting up a large support group for PMDD in the UK and is a passionate advocate for those with PMDD, having lived with the condition herself. She has also gone through a THBO (Total Hysterectomy with Bilateral Oophorectomy) for PMDD in October 2017 and uses this insight to help and support others.

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Tiffany Delp

Tiffany has over eight years of talent development and business management experience within two major US markets, including fashion. Currently, Tiffany is studying towards an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology at Kingston University London. Her interests and volunteer work support education, mental well-being and gender equality.


Nayiri Kishashi

Nayiri Keshishi 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.


Kristina Middleton

Kristina is a Wellbeing Coordinator at University College London. Her role 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.