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Queen’s Women’s Network ONLINE: “Going with the Flow”

Old Member event


Christine Baro-Hone
0044 1865 279217



The Queen's Women's Network event on Tuesday 27 September will now be held online to allow more space and privacy for follow-up questions and conversations with speakers.
“Going With the Flow” will analyse some of the impacts of menstruation, fertility treatment, pregnancy loss and menopause in the workplace.

Three fantastic speakers (see further details below) will speak to their specialism and address some of the key physical stages experienced by women/those assigned female at birth. They will explore the impacts that these experiences may have in the workplace and how best to assist and support colleagues going through them.

There will be ample time for questions from the audience, and the opportunity to meet and discuss in breakout groups.

When:                 Tuesday 27 September 2022

Where:                Zoom (online)

Speakers:            Clare-Louise Knox, Director & Business Psychologist, See Her Thrive

                            Kate Davies, Fertility Nurse Consultant & Coach, Your Fertility Journey

                            Dinah Tobias, Founder, Blooming Menopause

Timings:              6.30pm – Welcome and Introductions

                            6.40pm – Presentation and panel discussion

                            7.30pm – Breakout groups

                            8.00pm – Event concludes

Cost:                    FREE

Queen’s Women’s Network events are open to all Old Members, of all genders and you are welcome to invite guests to join.

Register for the Zoom event now

The event will be recorded and available online after the event.

Speaker Bios:

Clare-Louise Knox, Director & Business Psychologist, See Her Thrive

Clare-Louise is a Business Psychologist (MSc) specialising in women’s health at work. Her own experience of living and working with Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) inspired her to set-up See Her Thrive. Clare-Louise is also a Board Director at the International Association for Premenstrual Disorders (IAPMD) and an affiliate member of The Association for Business Psychology, British Psychological Society and CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development). She’s also an examiner for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Recently, Clare-Louise was selected to be part of a Government Taskforce to address menstrual stigma and education in the UK. She also lectures on Women’s Mental Health at King’s College London and is a PhD researcher working in collaboration with the NHS and Ministry of Defence.

Kate Davies, Fertility Nurse Consultant & Coach, Your Fertility Journey

Kate (RN, BSc (Hons), FP Cert) is an independent fertility nurse consultant, IVF Coach and director of Your Fertility Journey, a company which provides high-quality advice and support for women and couples struggling to conceive naturally or who are navigating IVF. Your Fertility Journey also offers corporate consultancy to organisations looking to promote fertility wellbeing in the workplace. Kate and her team help organisations to understand the benefits of supporting the fertility needs of their employees, such as increased engagement, improved performance and profitability and setting organisations apart as an employer of choice. They help organisations achieve this by positively promoting fertility awareness, breaking down taboos, training line managers and supporting staff. When Kate’s not consulting, she can be found indulging in her passion for podcasting as the co-host of The Fertility Podcast. Using this platform to help break the silence surrounding infertility and promote positive and accurate fertility messages and information.

Dinah Tobias, Menopause Mentor and Coach, Blooming Menopause

Dinah Tobias is passionate about helping employers create menopause-inclusive workplaces. Through training and coaching, Dinah brings to life a topic that affects everyone, even if they won’t go through menopause themselves. She founded Blooming Menopause to ensure that all workplaces raise awareness, educate line managers and support those navigating menopause.  Her clients range from small to corporate sized workplaces, all of whom now understand how to support the performance and retention of this fast-growing demographic of employees, whilst protecting their reputations as inclusive employers.  In her early 50s, Dinah’s womb ran out of time to create a baby and she is now having a self-love affair in post-menopause.