Jessica Bell van der Wal is reframing family planning as the CEO and Founder of Frame Fertility, a venture she launched with her husband following their own fertility crisis. Founded in 2020, Frame Fertility is the first and only evidence-based platform that enables the early identification of fertility risk and care navigation leading to better fertility and overall health. Developed with clinical experts, Frame Fertility's approach alleviates a downstream and often costly fertility crisis for patients, employers and providers. Prior to Frame, she led teams in marketing, customer success, operations and strategy at various early and late stage companies including Castlight Health, Nike, Deloitte Consulting and Genentech. She currently sits on the advisory boards of two digital health companies as well as multiple educational institutions, nonprofits, and women's empowerment organizations. Jessica's foundational training in public health and international volunteer experience colors her passion for health solutions on a broad scale. Jessica holds a BA in Public Health from UNC Chapel Hill and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Crystal Adesanya is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Kiira Health Inc. Kiira Health is the first women's telemedicine company revolutionizing the women's health space starting with colleges and Universities. Crystal who was originally born and raised in Nigeria started her Journey in the United States at the University of Houston where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Business Administration. Starting her career in Real estate investments and law, Crystal ventured into healthcare technology following a personal health experience. In 2018, she started Kiira Health and has since then won numerous awards and has been featured in various publications including Forbes, TechCrunch, Med City News, and more. Along with Crystal's work at Kiira Health. She is also the Founder of FemHealthTech, a yearly healthcare conference centered around women's health innovation and technology. The conference highlights the importance of innovation in women's health and the amazing founders behind these innovations.Interested in learning more about Kiira? Check out www.kiira.ioEmail: email@example.comLooking for ways to support Fem Health Tech? Check out www.femhealthtech.com
Layo George is a nurse, healthcare administrator and an entrepreneur focusing on maternal health, equity and social determinants of health. Layo is the founder and CEO of Wolomi, a maternal health startup that supports a companion app that provides resources and guidance to improve the experiences and outcomes for women of color during their perinatal periods. She leads a team of culturally competent multidisciplinary subject matter experts to address the maternal health crisis. She has led the creation of groundbreaking products for Health IT, Marketing and Health Information Exchange companies. Before founding Wolomi, As a quality improvement specialist at the District of Columbia Primary Care Association, Layo led 15 healthcare centers through value-based practice transformation and oral health primary care integration. She also served on the District of Columbia Board of Nursing for over 2 years. She currently serves on the Board of Unity Healthcare, the largest federally qualified health center in the District of Columbia.
In partnership with PESI, our event offered CE credits for mental health professionals who attend. For those unable to make the trip to Arizona, the CE credits were attainable virtually via PESI's streaming platform during the live event.