Hormonal health education for the modern woman
Bridging the gap between female science and women’s lives
Hey there, I’m Dana! An educator, speaker, and writer on all things women’s health. My passion is translating the most up-to-date, evidence-based research in women’s health for every woman to understand. I am dedicated to this mission in the following ways:
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Helping women in their reproductive years (age 15-40) who are looking for an individualized education on these topics, are concerned about a potential issue and don’t know where to go next, or have been tossed around the medical system and want further support. I offer both one on one and group consultations.
Educating larger groups at both virtual and in-person events across a diverse network of businesses – from wellness studios/cafes to coworking/corporate talks. A sample video is available upon request.
Translating scientific content for a larger audience. I specialize in making complicated or dense women’s health topics understandable, relatable, and engaging so that women can understand the value of a particular product or service in the greater context of their lives.
My passion for this subject began while searching for a diagnosis for debilitating health issues in my early twenties, I learned the hard way that my biggest disadvantage was a lack of basic understanding about my own body. I decided to take this into my own hands and was able to teach myself back to good health through solutions in female-focused science. Once in good health, I realized how powerful this information was for my daily life. I resolved to dedicate my career to helping other women obtain this fundamental information to guide them through their lives – whether dealing with health issues or everyday decision-making around their health.
I am currently completing a Master of Science in Women’s Health from the University College of London (#5 in the world in Sciences and Public Health, #3 in the world in research journal publications) where I conduct research on menstrual health. My specific research interests are in menstrual health disorders, the intersection of menstrual health and women’s fitness, and gender bias in healthcare. I also have a HHC through the Women’s Integrative Health Institute and a B.S. in Human Development from Vanderbilt University.
In my free time, I enjoy trail running and hiking (especially around Africa!), teaching Pilates and finding ways to incorporate chocolate into healthy recipes.
educator • speaker • writer