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About Lauren

Unleashing the Power of Menstruation to Menopause: Revolutionising the Workplace for Talent, Equality, and Success

Lauren is an accomplished professional dedicated to normalising all things periods to post menopause in the workplace and empowering individuals to thrive throughout this transformative phase.


As the founder and CEO of Women of a Certain Stage, she leads a team of associates in educating large employers on menstruation and menopause while implementing systems to support and retain top talent.

With a background in psychology, sports therapy and nutrition and a wide range of coaching certifications including personal training, health coaching, life coaching, mastery coaching, and transformational coaching, Lauren brings a comprehensive skill set to her work.


She is also certified in various areas such as spinal rehabilitation, knee rehab, mental health, menopause, nutrition, first aid and DISC.

Lauren's professional journey spans senior leadership roles in service industries and is a former senior executive in financial services, where she successfully led global transformation programmes. Her experience in driving change and optimising performance has equipped her with valuable insights into creating supportive and inclusive workplace environments.

As an international speaker and emcee, Lauren captivates audiences with her passion, insight, and motivational style.


She has made significant contributions to the field, including supporting the UK government with evidence for the menopause in the workplace inquiry.


Her membership in prestigious organisations such as the Royal Society of Medicine, the International Menopause Society, the Association of Business Mentors, and the Newson Health Menopause Society further demonstrates her commitment to excellence.

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Working with Women of Certain Stage

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Through Women of a Certain Stage, Lauren aims to empower individuals by providing current information, tools, and techniques to successfully manage menopause.


Her corporate, champion and coach training programmes are designed with the latest research and industry best practices, ensuring that participants gain valuable insights and practical strategies for maintaining well-being and achieving personal and professional success.

Lauren's experience with menopause in the corporate environment has inspired her to reinvent her approach to success and well-being.


She has a team of coaches who offer discreet support to individuals seeking to bolster their self-esteem and self-confidence, helping them navigate the challenges and embrace the opportunities of menopause.

To learn more about Lauren's expertise and explore tailored approaches to education and support for your organisation, reach out to her for an initial chat.


Her dedication to empowering individuals and creating supportive workplaces will help you unlock the potential of your team and drive lasting positive change.


  • Women in Law Summit - London Olympia, UK

  • Health Coach Institute - Texas, USA

  • Sexual Health & Menopause Study Day - Wales, UK

  • Women in Banking & Finance - London, UK

  • LIVE - Tuscon, Arizona, USA

  • WisePause, Atlanta, Georgia, USA 

  • Women In Business, Llandudno, N Wales, UK

  • Health & Wellbeing at Work, Birmingham, NEC

  • WinTrade Global, Virtual 

  • WGRC, The Grosvenor, London



My Story

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I was a senior exec in financial services leading global transformation programs and projects. I was the go to leader for upcoming women in our business and then I hit a period of about 18 months where I noticed that my recall and retention wasn't as sharp as it used to be.

There were a number of meetings where I noticed my focus and confidence had changed. After a period of time, although my team was still delivering well, I had huge self doubt.  My self confidence was on the floor. To avoid being seen as weak or vulnerable, I left my job.

I believed that I had early onset dementia. It was later, after three trips to my doctor, that he told me I'd just been through an early menopause. I was absolutely flabbergasted, relieved and the happiest menopausal woman in Bristol!


In that moment I knew I never wanted any other employer to lose valuable talented people, because of a lack of knowledge and understanding of menopause. I also don't want anyone to lose their self belief or think that they can't carry on just because they don't know how to get the right help and support.

And so I began bringing people together, I researched and learned everything I could about menopause, soon after, Women of a Certain Stage was born!

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