Dee Coxon embarked on a hands-on career right out of school, amassing a wealth of vocational qualifications. Her commitment to professional development led her to achieve a PTLLS teaching qualification and, subsequently, a Master's Degree in Workplace Management. Notably, her academic journey delved into the intricacies of organisational incompetence, paving the way for a unique perspective on the challenges faced within workplace dynamics.
As a self-employed professional, Dee enjoyed the autonomy to navigate the nuances of menopause on her own terms. However, her trajectory took a transformative turn when her keen research interests unearthed a stark contrast for women tied to employment contracts and managerial structures. This revelation ignited her mission to address the largely unmet needs of working women navigating menopause within organisational settings.