Our Regional Staff in Wales

Together our role is to provide information, increase support to those who need it most and raise awareness of fertility issues right across Wales.


Regional Coordinator
Hi, my name is Emma and my role is to coordinate and promote our Fertility Network services in Wales and to ensure that anyone affected by a fertility issue has access to funding and pathway information, impartial advice and emotional support. Having experienced my own fertility journey, I am passionate in raising awareness and providing the support needed for anyone who is, or has been, affected by this disease. I am also dedicated in raising vital awareness of fertility issues within the workplace and higher education settings. I am here to support you on your fertility journey, in any way that I can, so please get in touch. You are not alone.

07548 477974
Wales Project Worker
I am Bethan – the Wales Project Worker for FNUK. I have long worked in the third sector for organisations who give a voice to communities that are hard to reach. The connections people can make on their fertility journey can be surprisingly powerful, and I’m honoured to be part of an organisation that puts the infrastructure in place for peer led support groups. Importantly I am really keen to support those who might face barriers to seeking this support, by finding appropriate support solutions to fit everyone’s needs. As a gay woman I know the importance of creating safe spaces, being understood and being equal. Please do get in touch if I can help you in any way.

Wales Project Worker
I am passionate about working for Fertility Network UK as I believe that education, support, and equality are vitally important. I often wish I had more information for my own fertility journey. Predominantly I have worked in the charity sector, supporting people, and raising awareness of various issues. I am working as a Wales Project Worker. The Wales team facilitate online support groups, run informative webinars and are available to support you on a one-to-one basis. Please get in touch if you need support, you are not alone we are here for you.

07754 776886
Education Development Officer for Wales
Hi, I’m Michèle, the Education Development Officer for Wales, living in Ceredigion. I have over 25 years’ teaching experience in a wide range of contexts. I am really excited about my new challenge to provide information to young people to enable them to safeguard their fertility and reproductive health. I’ll be working with young adults to increase awareness of their future fertility; informing those in universities, colleges and community settings about how certain factors may impact their ability to conceive in the future.

07971 590723