Natasha Piette-basheer

Environmenstrual Coo-ordinator - Natasha is passionate about menstrual activism and has previously worked for humanitarian and women's health NGOs such as Plan USA and Endometriosis UK.  She also works part-time as the Coordinator for the Gender & Development Network (GADN). She holds a MA in Development and Rights from Goldsmiths, University of London.  Contact:



Workshop Volunteer & Research Assistant Ursula is a Community Psychologist with five years’ experience working in community-based projects She has recently completed a Masters in Education, Health Promotion and International Development at UCL Institute of Education. Ursula focused on Menstrual Health Education and how schools address girls’ menstrual health in their pedagogical practices and its impact on girls’ emotional & psychological health and wellbeing


kate metcalf

 Co-director of WEN -   Kate has 20 years' experience delivering participatory training, developing community networks and project management. She has worked in international development organisations promoting gender equality in Latin America, Africa and Asia.  Contact:



Lyn Lalero

Volunteer Workshop Coordinator - Lyn graduated from Liverpool John Moores Univeristy with a degree in Applied Biology. She worked for some time as part of the Global HIV/AIDS policy team at DFID before leaving to do a teaching qualificiation. She worked for almost 10 years teaching secondary science in inner city schools across London and Essex before leaving to start her own business.