Our Team



Our Skills


  • Tailored & Actionable Solutions
  • Providing value-oriented solutions
  • Legal & Policy perspectives
  • Evidence-based solutions
  • Input from people with lived experience
  • Mediation
  • Action plan
  • Her Work~Flow programme


Consultants & Advisory panel members


  • identify tailored & actionable solutions to improve Women’s Wellbeing at Work
  • advise on the most effective strategy to implement our social mission


Lala Ireland, PhD

Founder & MD

Relying on her lived experience, background in legal & policy research and her passion for teaching & mentoring, she made it her mission to develop solutions to improve the quality of life of women living with reproductive health conditions; and, to mitigate the risk of isolation from the workplace of women affected by chronic & severe conditions such as endometriosis, infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or the menopause.


Dr Sarah-Jane Brown

Advisory panel member

With a medical background and 10 years experience of clinical practice, Sarah now focuses on academic research in medical law and ethics. She is currently an honorary research fellow at the University of Manchester.


Dr Swati Gola

Advisory panel member

After qualifying as a solicitor, Swati pursued her legal career as an academic. She is currently a Lecturer and Inclusion officer at University of Exeter. Her research focuses on health equity and human rights (including reproductive health) inter alia.


Nathalie Talbot, PhD

Advisory panel member

Nathalie has an extensive experience working as an interpreter and consultant for charities & organisations. She published guidelines for working in a Mental Health setting on behalf of Freedom from Torture (a medical foundation for the care of survivors of torture).

Richard Tate

Advisory panel member

Co-founder of Y?Not , a Social Wellbeing company that is recognised by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, The Campaign To End Loneliness and The BBC Loneliness Survey. Richard spent 18 month in Papua New Guinea working with doctors and supporting the reproductive health of women on an island.


Claire Gamble

Advisory panel member

Claire is the MD of PR and marketing agency Unhooked Communications, as well as founder of online training programme PR Unlocked. As part of her work, Claire advises leading international businesses through to fast growth startups about their PR and marketing. Areas of interest include health and wellbeing, as well as women’s issues.


Operational Team


Administrative  ¦  Editorial  ¦  Social Media



Healthcare professionals  ¦  Researchers  ¦  Women

Healthcare professionals



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