Menopausal women are one of the fastest growing demographics yet women with perimenopausal or menopausal symptoms are now under pressure to quit their jobs because they are not getting the support they need in the workplace. Why are so many women not speaking up about their symptoms and are struggling alone. Is it unknowing internalised misogyny as it’s totally normal and not an illness? And why is this a bigger problem for women in cyber? Find out as I chat to Allegra Foxlie, the author and Founder of The Foxlie Plan.
Get comfy, pop in those earbuds, and get ready to hear what Allegra has to say.
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Jane Frankland is a cybersecurity market influencer, award-winning entrepreneur, consultant and speaker. She is the Founder of KnewStart and the IN Security Movement. Having held executive positions within her own companies and several large PLCs, she now provides agile, forward thinking organisations with strategic business solutions. Jane works with leaders of all levels and supports women in male dominated industries like cybersecurity and tech. Her book, IN Security: Why a failure to attract and retain women in cybersecurity is making us all less safe' is a best-seller.