The Three Pillars
Distribution of menstrual supplies: pads, tampons, menstrual cups, menstrual wipes, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, etc.
Resource guides for locating auxiliary services such as healthcare and insurance.
Access to clean water, toilets, resting stations
Workshops addressing menstrual health + hygiene, focused on issues that disproportionately affect Black communities such as fibroids, endometriosis + Polycystic Ovary Syndrome(PCOS)
Educational materials and infographics providing step by step instructions on accessing and using various menstrual products correctly.
Peer to Peer toolkits
Positive menstrual Messaging and Fact sheets
Delivery and Distribution of free feminine hygiene products
E-Curriculums devised to remotely offer inclusive menstrual education with an importance of addressing health disparities in Black communities
#OmgPeriod is an ongoing monthly period educational series. It’s a fun interactive Period/Menstrual/Uterine care series facilitated by the amazing Dr. Stacey Sassaman MD and Lynette. These sessions are for both caregivers and their children.
Small group setting facilitated by Lynette Medley.
Overview: A relaxing Sunday afternoon having comfortable crucial conversations with women in the community about their bodies, Vaginas, Vulvas, Periods and Uterine care. There is no filter, anything can be discussed. Invitation Only.
These highly recommended and interactive workshops about the POWER of Periods are facilitated by our CEO Lynette.
"Hi its N M and S and we're the PERIOD POWER girls! WE gain our super powers from our strong friendship vibes
and our crazy conversations about our periods. We are all girlfriends but our period cycles and experiences are different because one size, choice or situation doesn’t it all. Periods are just as diverse or different as us PPG girls!"
Lynette is available for speaking engagements, keynote speeches, panels and leading workshops
Lynette Medley- M.ED is a dedicated and skilled equity consultant, educator and therapist with 20+ years of experience around Diversity and Inclusion in the communities and the workplaces, Intersectionality principles and Sexuality Awareness. Through the development of her iconic Black Girls Bleed and Period or Not Respect the Dot movements to end poverty, her organization is on an unapologetic mission to spread awareness about the devastating effects of poverty on marginalized communities due to systemic racism and oppression.
Lynette and her daughter Nya made history by opening the first menstrual hub in the nation, “The SPOT Period” on February 20th 2021. The have also established a delivery service in which they personally deliver menstrual supplies in the Tri-state area and ship the same supplies throughout the continental United States.
Lynette holds a B.S. from Drexel University in Mental/Behavioral Health Sciences and a M.ED from Widener University in Human Sexuality Education.