Three years into her own journey with recurrent UTIs, Melissa began interviewing other females with similar stories. Now UTI free, she works with her team to share crucial information in order to help others find better UTI testing and treatment.
Refusing to accept her diagnosis of irritable bladder/interstitial cystitis, she committed to clearing her underlying infection by piecing together the information that is missing from most online resources.
Susy co-founded Live UTI Free with the belief there’s never been a better time to bring health issues like this out into the open. She’s fascinated with the way technology is revolutionizing the female health space.
She uses her expertise in communications and outreach to help empower others to understand their own bodies, so they can lead a strong and healthy life.
Hannah’s love for an ambitious mission was more than enough to get her on board as a co-founder of Live UTI Free. Specializing in branding and digital design, she’s out to prove that serious health sites need not be fugly.
No stranger to an online symptom search (what modern female isn’t?), Hannah is adamant that good quality, well researched and holistic information should be available for all females.
Kate’s work at Live UTI Free is fueled by her fascination with, and active support of the evolution of female health issues, particularly in the country she calls home – Ireland.
With a long history in theatre production, Kate’s focus is always on the audience, and getting behind work that has the ability to change people’s lives. She believes empowering people with the right information is the best place to start.
Krystal’s passion for women’s health grew from her clinical research on the female urinary microbiome at Loyola University Chicago. The powerful patient stories and promising science led her to dedicate her career to changing the way UTIs are diagnosed and treated.
Now at Stanford University, she investigates how uropathogens interact with the bladder to cause disease, and advises Live UTI Free on scientific rigor.
Nicole’s medical career has always been fueled by her passion for patient autonomy. As an advisor to Live UTI Free, she guides the team through ethical frameworks and helps steer the accuracy and relevance of our content.
With her training in Medical Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania and doctor of medicine degree in progress, Nicole strives to use her expertise to empower women globally.
Janet loves working with teams who change the world, one issue at a time. Advising the team at Live UTI Free provides an opportunity for her to delve deeper into her specialties – health, sexual and reproductive rights.
By successfully navigating the legalities and ethics of health empowerment and outreach, Janet allows the rest of the team to focus on spreading their message effectively.
You might recognise Annett as the face of Live UTI Free. Annett experienced recurrent UTIs for 15 years before finding a doctor who helped her pursue better testing and get appropriate treatment.
She’s our number one ambassador and a pioneer for sustainability and ethical production in her own industry – fashion. We’re happy to say she’s now UTI free and she’s helping us get better information out there.
Fie and the rest of the team at Silicon Rhino support Live UTI Free in all things website and technology. As the lead developer on the project, Fie helps keep things running smoothly.
As a firm believer in education and empowerment, Fie thinks the world needs more initiatives like Live UTI Free. In her words, easily accessible health information that encourages people to understand their own symptoms and bodies is crucial.
females experience a UTI each year in the USA
26 - 44%
will have a UTI recurrence within 6 months
7 OUT OF 10
don’t believe their UTI treatment will work
accurate standard testing options available
Chronic, recurrent UTIs affect millions of females and may be caused by an underlying bladder infection that goes undiagnosed and ineffectively treated.
The right information can lead to better testing to identify the cause of the infection and ultimately to finding a permanent solution. That’s where we come in.
At Live UTI Free we strive for gender inclusive language and we aim to get this right wherever we can. Our site and the information on it are designed to be universally clear and friendly, with all users in mind. You can read more about our policy here.
We know the right information can be hard to find. Answering a few questions can help us send you straight to the information that is relevant to you. It also contributes to our ongoing research.Take The UTI Quiz