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Changing lives (LW):
- the increasing visibility of menopause
- the impact of menopause on women in the workplace
- what all businesses should be doing to support women employees
Changing bodies (JAC):
- symptoms and the associated physical changes
- holistic approaches to support mental health, nutrition, exercise and sleep
- how the physical activity industry can tailor training to achieve peri/menopausal/postmenopausal individual's goals
Changing sport (TM):
- the opportunity of menopause
- what does the sport and leisure sector need to do
Park Street Lifestyle
Menopause the Wright Way
Lisa was the MD of database company based in Manchester for 18 years, which was a subsidiary of a global information company. As a member of the senior management team, Lisa was involved in the four private equity buy-outs that the group were subject to between 2002 and 2015, ultimately resulting in the 2017 acquisition of the group a US listed financial services company. Subsequently, in 2019 Lisa retired from the corporate world and decided to follow her passion for sport, nutrition, health, and well-being.
She studied various aspects of nutrition and diet and then completed a Masters’ degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science at University of Chester, whilst also qualifying as a British Triathlon Coach.
Lisa’s interest in the menopause was triggered by her dissertation research project, looking at the impact of Vitamin D on peri/menopausal symptoms experienced by female endurance athletes.
Lisa’s business focuses on supporting companies with their menopause initiatives, providing education and training via onsite or remote sessions.
Women in Sport
Tanya is Head of Insight and Innovation at Women in Sport, a UK charity with a 40-year record of success in securing change, based on its deep understanding of the needs and aspirations of women and girls and breaking down stubborn gender inequalities within the sports sector and beyond. Tanya leads the charity’s influential body of research to understand the impact of significant life-stages on women and girls’ sport and exercise journey. She passionately believes in the power of sport to transform lives and that women and girls should not be denied the joy and freedom sport and exercise offers. Using deep insights into their wider lives, she drives solutions that can create lasting change for women and girls in sport and society. Prior to her role at Women in Sport, Tanya worked in higher education as a Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology and is currently an Associate Lecturer at The Open University.