Chief executive, British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS)
Clare Murphy is Chief Executive of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, BPAS, a charity which delivers reproductive healthcare services to around 100,000 women each year across the UK and which in 2021 will launch England’s first not-for-profit fertility service. Clare was appointed CEO after a decade running the charity’s advocacy, communications and education programmes. Clare is also Principal Investigator of WRISK, a Wellcome-funded programme which aims to promote more respectful and more effective health messages around pregnancy through a better understanding of women’s needs and perspectives. Prior to joining BPAS Clare was a health journalist at the BBC.