MenoWell is proud to partner with and support Let’s Talk

Let's Talk Menopause is a nonprofit invested in changing the conversation around menopause so women get the information they need and the healthcare they deserve.

75 Million women are in perimenopause, menopause, or post menopause in the U.S., with 6,000 more reaching menopause each day.

27 million representing 20% of the workforce are in some phase of the menopause transition
75% of women who seek medical care are left untreated
38% of those in late perimenopause experience symptoms of depression.
80% of OB-GYN residents admit to being ill-prepared to discuss menopause.

Let's Talk Menopause

Founded by Donna Klassen, Christine Maginis M. Ed, and Samara Daly, Let's Talk Menopause was founded after each woman had experienced their own difficult menopause journeys (read about them below). Then hearing from almost every woman they knew - that they did not get the information, support and healthcare they needed during menopause, they decided to take action.

Let's Talk Menopause aims to change the suffering and teach women what questions to ask
through education and advocacy. They want to empower women to seek the relief they need and encourage them to talk openly about their menopause experience.

Founder's Stories

Donna Klassen info


Samara Daly info


Christine Maginis info


Learn more about the campaign, Menopause Talks,
and forthcoming Let's Talk Menopause podcast.


Let's Talk Menopause is spreading the message far and wide: Menopause care is essential healthcare. Women need information about how it will affect them physically, mentally, emotionally, and professionally.