National Association of Childlessness
National Association of Childlessness



"I Created The Safe Space I Was Seeking And Discovered There Were Many Other Women Looking For The Same Thing" - Founder, Jobi Tyson

The National Association of Involuntary Childlessness (NAIC) is a support and research organization committed to bringing awareness and eliminating the stigma impacting the lives of involuntary childless women. Our goal is intended to create a space for women to engage in a wider discussion about involuntary childlessness, diagnosis, health and wellness. NAIC guides medical research on the topic of involuntary childlessness, both within the government and in association with health institutions around the world. Education and research are geared toward state infertility insurance laws, advocacy, and offering effective support and awareness to normalize conversation around  involuntary childlessness.

NAIC provides support and information to women who are involuntary childless, to increase awareness on childlessness and infertility issues by empowering the community through public education, research and advocacy.

In this space, we hope childless women can be empowered to discover your true purpose, and provide hope for the future. This is a hard story. This is an emotional story. But if you listen closely, you will see light in it. 

We give a voice to what has historically been silent stories of shame. We want every involuntary childless woman to know that you are not alone.

Your support fuels our year-round outreach, education, research, and support to childless women. Consider a donation today of $20 or more. Donations are not tax-deductible.  Together we can make a powerful difference!

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Founder Jobi Tyson


After undiagnosed endometriosis and adenomyosis, coupled with struggling with unexplained infertility and devastating misdiagnoses, sociocultural researcher and clarity coach Jobi Tyson learned of the challenges women face navigating their own health care. This tumultuous twenty-year journey led her to launch the National Association of Involuntary Childlessness — inadvertently becoming a thought leader on female childlessness — determined to help eradicate the stigma of female childlessness and infertility, helping childless women discover purposeful lives and advancing research. 

Her hope is that her story will help women know that they are not alone  — in your despair, in your heartbreak, and in your need to break away from the grief, shame and pain — we recognize and support you on your path to life beyond childlessness.

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