Let's smash the menopause taboo, together.
50 million women are currently navigating menopause in the US. While this transition is a universal female experience, it's shrouded in stigma, shame, and secrecy — and it's affecting our personal and professional lives. It's time to change the narrative, because we deserve better.
Your holistic menopause journey starts here.
Meet via telemedicine with a board-certified clinician for prescriptions, labs & more.
Access evidence-based readings & recs on top menopause symptoms (sleep, sex, hot flashes & more).
Get paired 1:1 with your Elektra Guide to ask questions & build a personalized wellness plan.
Join virtual events with menopause experts, participate in discussions & get inspired.
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1/5 women consider leaving their job due to menopause, with menopause-related productivity losses costing companies $810 billion a year. Join a community of leading organizations supporting women in the workplace at every stage of life.Learn more
Sign up for evidence-based menopause care & support
Because knowledge is power. And because living well is your right.
- Meet with a board-certified clinician for labs & prescriptions as needed
- Enjoy ongoing support & follow-up visits with your care team
- Get a complimentary Elektra membership to access educational content, virtual events & a private community
Real women, real stories
Speaking up and out is the first step to changing the menopause narrative. We love highlighting our community members' stories, showing us there’s nothing “one-size-fits-all” about menopause.
Smashing the taboo starts with science.
Meet Elektra’s team of board-certified doctors & nurse practitioners.
Anna BarbieriMD, FACOG, NCMP
Dr. Barbieri is a board-certified gynecologist, integrative medicine physician, and a specialist in menopause certified by the North American Menopause Society. She is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science at Mount Sinai Health System and is a member of the Mount Sinai Excellence in Gynecology menopause program.Click for full bio
Jacqueline GiannelliFNP-BC, NCMP
Jacqueline Giannelli is a board-certified family nurse practitioner specializing in women’s health with a special focus in menopause, urogynecology, and women's sexual health. Jacqueline is a North American Menopause Society-certified practitioner and Assistant Medical Director at Maze Women’s Health. She earned her nursing degrees at NYU and San Francisco State University, and BA from Georgetown University. Jacqueline enjoys tennis, hiking, cooking for her family, and hunting for treasures in New York City.Click for full bio
Elizabeth PoynorMD, PhD
Dr. Poynor is a gynecologic oncologist and advanced pelvic surgeon with over 20 years of experience in menopause, sexual health, and cancer. She is a graduate of Princeton University and UPenn, and holds a PhD in cell biology and genetics from Cornell. Previously, she served as Director of Translational Research for the Gynecology Service at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, where she also completed her fellowship training. Dr. Poynor enjoys rock music, creative cooking, and experiencing nature through dressage.Click for full bio