Before our October 13 webinar on first-person experiences of endometriosis, we want to tell you about our co-hosts below.

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Nora Salas Seoane is a Psychologist, Psychotherapist and Master in Social Anthropology (Brunel University, UK). She has extensive experience as a psychologist in social and community intervention projects facilitating group dynamics, as well as in clinical psychology as a psychotherapist. As a social researcher, she has coordinated and participated in social intervention and international cooperation projects on gender, identity, mental health, childhood and adolescence, interculturality and migratory movements, working with diverse communities in Europe and Africa. Passionate about the inner world of people, mental health and the social and cultural aspects that affect the way we live in the world, at Science for Change she is responsible for the Health Area and is currently implementing the women’s health pilot on endometriosis in the framework of the European #TRANSFORM project. She also acts as Human Resources and Emotional Care Manager – implementing an innovative emotional care programme for the team.

Diana Reinoso Botsho is a sociologist, senior agricultural technician and holds a master’s degree in Environmental Intervention and Management (University of Barcelona). She has experience in the design, management and implementation of research and consultancy projects in the field of sustainability, more specifically in waste prevention. She is specialized in the use of social research methodologies and in the introduction of the social perspective in environmental issues. With her objectivity and dynamism, in Science for Change she coordinates the Catalan cluster of the TRANSFORM project, implementing also both pilot projects, about waste management and endometriosis.