Danielle Pollock is currently a PhD student at the University of South Australia. She is a mother to three young children. After the stillbirth of her daughter Sofia in 2014, she became interested in empowering women. She is researching the education of stillbirth and modifiable health behaviours (Fetal movements/ sleeping on your side), and how stillbirth stigma impacts the pregnant woman and bereaved mother. When she is not working on her PhD she is teaching Psychology to undergraduate students or going on adventures with her family.