Tanja Schulz-Hess runs the international Triple-X Family network in Germany. She has created a platform for sharing first hand experience, stories, studies, initiatives, findings on Triple-X, linking existing projects, information and support worldwide!
Although we serve adults with Triple X, we support the amazing work for Mr. Tet Yap and his medical team at The Klinefelter Syndrome Clinic in London. We are also hoping to work alongside them in future.
The Association for X and Y Variations (AXYS) is an advocacy, education and support organization for individuals with X and Y chromosome variations and their families. AXYS, formerly known as Klinefelter Syndrome and Associates (KS&A), was founded in 1989 by Melissa Aylstock, the mother of a child with Klinefelter syndrome. Her goal was to provide support for other families, raise awareness among the public, and promote education and research.
Dr. Kate Affield is a Teaching and Research Academic in the department of Education and Social Policy at Cardiff Metropolitan University. She holds a PHD in Sociology and has produced 2 recent Triple X academic research papers. One, published in May 2020 is called ‘Triple X super girls: their special educational needs and social experience’. The second, published in January 2021 is called ‘Triple X super women: their post compulsory education and employability’.