Sandra Igwe is a Black maternal health advocate, TedX speaker,
and is the Founder of The Motherhood Group, a social enterprise
that supports the Black maternal experience by delivering
community-based events, training workshops, peer-to-peer support, national campaigns and conferences (Black Maternal Mental Health Week UK and Black Maternal Health Conference UK), and culturally sensitive programmes for Black mothers.
Sandra is also a Trustee for Birthrights Charity, the leading charity on human rights in pregnancy and childbirth in the UK and the co-chair of their National Inquiry into Racial Injustice in Maternity Care. Sandra is the author of My Black Motherhood: Mental Health, Stigma, Racism and the System. In this book, she uses her voice, and many other Black mothers experiences to demand that Black women are listened to, believed, and understood by healthcare professionals. Sandra is a a leading voice and bridges the gap between the community of Black mothers and service providers, policy-makers and organisations; a key-note speaker for Trades Union Congress (TUC) Conference, Dove, MBrrace-UK, and other notable
The Motherhood Group
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