Women's health tech is slated to be a $50B industry by 2025 & startup founders are making their mark. Hear from two Femtech entrepreneurs on how they are approaching the market opportunity, telling their story to customers & investors, & crushing stigmas along the way.
ComehearEstrella Jaramillo, Co-Founder of B-wom,Rachel Bond, CEO of Jubel Health,and David Hodgson, Angel Investor,discusstheir journeys bringing solutionstowomen's health tech at the next HITLAB Seminar Series.
6:00 - 6:30 PM: Registration & Drinks6:30 - 7:30 PM: Fireside Chat7:30 - 8:00 PM: Networking
Meet Rachel Bond
Rachel Bond is the Founder & CEO of Jubel Health. With a career devoted to life sciences & healthcare, Rachel is passionate about improving health outcomes through the innovative use of data, analytics,and artificial intelligence. Inspired by friends & family with pregnancy challenges, she founded Jubel to improve pregnancy outcomes by empowering women to own their health before, during, & after pregnancy. Prior to founding Jubel, Rachel worked for Deloitte leading teams & solving problems for the largest life sciences & healthcare organizations on topics such as digital health, commercial innovation, digital product development,and regulatory compliance. During her tenure at Deloitte, she conceptualized & implemented a groundbreaking initiative at Deloitte to help companies innovate at the intersection of healthcare & consumer technology.
Meet Estrella Jaramillo
Estrella Jaramillo, Co-Founder of B-wom, is a passionate women's health advocate. Her goal is to eradicate the anxiety women suffer when it comes to their bodies & their intimate & sexual health, providing them with tools & resources to address their concerns, & removing the stigma & taboos around these issues. Never shying away from mentioning the unmentionables, her mission is to create a more inclusive society for women through conversation & action. Estrella has worked in the field of women's health for the past five yearsas employee, freelance consultant, & startup founder. Alongside running B-wom, she does advocacy & awareness work including spoking at over 20 conferences in several countries about the importance of better women's intimate, sexual & maternal health, & the implications for communities, employers, & healthcare stakeholders.
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About the Series:
HITLAB's Seminar Series bridges the gap between academic & professional healthcare. Our series serves as an outlet to facilitate connections & provide networking & growth opportunities for digital health professionals.
Since 2007, our Seminar Series has brought together leading experts - including scientists, physicians, IT architects, public health practitioners, & investors - who share a single vision:to design & scale innovative technologies that improve health outcomes around the world.
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