Alongside Pink Elephants are a network of medical and holistic practitioners who are as passionate about our cause as we are.

Professor Bill Ledger, Fertility Specialist

Professor Ledger is a senior fertility specialist and gynaecologist with IVFAustralia. He is Head and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The Royal Hospital for Women and Head of the Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of New South Wales, a Fellow of RANZCOG and CREI.

Bill is an avid supporter of Pink Elephants and the changes we are making to early miscarriage support:-

So many couples experience an  early pregnancy loss around Australia. This places a significant burden on women and their partners and creates an undeniable need for a specifically tailored support service such as The Pink Elephants Support Network to help them through the difficult days following their loss. I fully commend founders Sam and Gabbi on the wonderful charity they have created, and for taking their own experiences of miscarriage and channelling it into something so positive. Their website is both beautiful and nurturing, as are their free resources which validate the emotional impact of pregnancy loss for both women and their partners. Well done ladies. 


Terry DiamondPerinatal Social Worker, Facilitator of Pink Elephants Peer Support Programme

Terry is a Social Worker specialising in infertility and perinatal loss and death of a child to age 6. She is passionate about providing support to people who are grieving and studied counselling with the specific goal of wanting to be able to work with families who are grieving the loss of a child. Terry has also just completed her Masters in Social Work and is working part time at the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney in this field, as well as working in her private counselling practice.



The Perinatal Loss Centre provides support and education for health practitioners, bereaved parents and their families. By doing so it aims to improve the care of women and couples experiencing miscarriage, medical termination, stillbirth, newborn loss and infant loss.




Belinda KirkpatrickBelinda Kirkpatrick – BHSc(Nat), AdvDipNat, MRepMed, AssocDegClinSci,MATMS
Natural fertility, family and women’s health care.
Tel: 02 9363 4470 Email:

Belinda Kirkpatrick is an experienced, university-qualified naturopath who specialises in natural fertility, family and women’s health care and is also experienced in all areas of general practice. Belinda provides caring, thorough and professional health assessments and offers dietary, lifestyle and wellness advice in addition to using herbal medicines and nutritional supplements.


Centre of Perinatal Excellence (COPE) is a not-for-profit organisation devoted to reducing the impacts of emotional and mental health problems in the pre and postnatal periods. Working alongside COPE will help us ensure that women have the support they need both after miscarriage and also during the anxiety-fraught time of pregnancy after loss.



The Australian Jewish Fertility Network (AJFN) raises awareness about the struggles related to infertility and provides resources, information, financial and emotional support to couples struggling with infertility. It is important for organisations like ours to work together to ensure that all women have access to the support that they need, when they need it, no matter where they are in their fertility journey.



Alexx Stuart – Founder, Low Tox Life
Low Tox Living Ambassador, Speaker and Educator Email:

Alexx is a trusted educator and authority on chemical free living, whole foods and being conscious about what we put both ‘in’ and ‘on’ our bodies. Far from coming from a place of guilt and deprivation, Alexx wants us to feel empowered and inspired in our choices to keep both ourselves and the environment in which we live as healthy as possible.