Dr. Ginni Mansberg has been a GP for almost 30 years, with her practice located in Sans Souci, Sydney. She thoroughly enjoys her work and has developed a special interest in menopause, which led her to write the bestselling book, "The M Word: How to Thrive in Menopause." Ginni's dedication to women's health extends beyond menopause, and she is a co-founder of the Asia Pacific HPV Coalition.
While practicing in General Practice and working with young children, Ginni pursued further education and obtained a Graduate Diploma of Journalism from the university. She began her career as a medical journalist for doctor-focused newspapers and eventually expanded into TV, radio, podcasting, and public speaking. Ginni's appearances on television include shows like "Sunrise" on Channel Seven, "Embarrassing Bodies Down Under" on Channel 9, and "Medicine or Myth" on SBS.
In addition to her television work, Ginni hosts several podcasts. One of them is the Audible podcast titled "Things You Can't Talk About on TV," where she co-hosts with her friend, Shelly Horton. She also hosts the podcast "Help, I Have a Teenager!" alongside Jo Lamble on the Mamamia network. Ginni is a regular host of the Healthy Living program on Nine Radio and shares her advice in various magazines, including her monthly column in New Idea.
In 2017, Dr. Ginni co-founded Evidence Skincare (ESK) and currently serves as the Medical Director. ESK is committed to providing evidence-based cosmeceutical skincare, differentiating itself from a market often filled with unfounded claims and lacking scientific evidence.