Rosie is a primary school teacher living in Lancaster with her husband Samir and their cat Kendrick. She is currently studying for a masters and PhD in Education and Social Justice. This is whilst working as Joint Country Co-ordinator for Days for Girls (DfG) UK. DfG is an International Charity providing women's health education, preferably delivered by local women, alongside washable sanitary towels produced by volunteers in developed countries for those in need. Rosie's training as an Ambassador of Women's Health Educator and subsequent distribution of washable sanitary pads on a trip to Kenya inspired 'That Time of the Month'. Rosie realised the need for a comprehensive, accessible and engaging book for young girls about menstruation. Rosie is currently working to facilitate a curriculum to be taught in schools in the UK through Days for Girls.
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