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We’re on a mission to make healthcare work for all of us

We believe by improving care for women and families, we can build a more equitable healthcare system and a better world for all.

175+

countries served

$300m

raised to date

15m

lives under management

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provider specialties

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OUR STORY

Creating a new kind of family care

Healthcare is outdated, and our families are paying the price. Gaps in care around pregnancy and starting a family are more apparent than ever. Maternal mortality rates are rising. Couples are coping with infertility on their own. Voids in postpartum, return-to-work, and specialized pediatric support are leaving parents behind. That’s where Maven comes in.  

Founded in 2014 by Kate Ryder, Maven is the most comprehensive platform of its kind, providing critical support across fertility, pregnancy, adoption, parenting, and pediatrics. Since our launch, we’ve helped millions of women and families navigate their health by putting them at the center of care—where they belong.

Our Awards

100 Most Influential Companies,
TIME, 2023

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CNBC Disruptor 50,
CNBC, 2023

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Most Innovative Companies,
Fast Company, 2023

Best in Business award badge

Best in Business 2022,
Inc.

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Best Workplace for Parents,
Great Place to Work, 2022

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Digital Health 150,
CB Insights, 2022

Best places to work for women

Best Workplaces for Women,
Fortune, 2022

Best places to work in Health Care

Best Workplaces in Health Care
Fortune, 2022

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Best Medium Workplaces,
Fortune, 2022

Fast Company award badge

Best Workplaces for Innovators,
Fast Company, 2022

Inc. 2022 Best Places to Work Award Badge

Best Workplaces Award,
Inc. 2022

CNBC disruptor award badge

CNBC Disruptor 50,
CNBC, 2022

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Best Small & Medium Workplaces in New York, Fortune, 2022

Great Places to Work award badge

Great Place to Work,
Certified, 2022

EBN 2021 Excellence in Benefits Awards

Excellence in Benefits Awards, EBN, 2021

Crains Notable in Healthcare 2021

Notable in Health Care,
Crains, 2021

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Forty Under Forty,
Fortune, 2021

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Disruptive Founder of the Year, Rock Health, 2021

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Maven, we believe that healthcare is a fundamental human right and must lead on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our philosophy of care is grounded in meeting members where they are, recognizing that systems of inequality based on race, gender, class, geography, sexual orientation and other elements of identity and lived experience intersect and overlap in ways that can make quality care less accessible and less trustworthy. In everything we do, we aspire to create an environment where our members, providers, and employees can live authentically and without judgment.
Maven is a women’s and family health company, terms we use intentionally to center women, who have been historically underserved by status-quo healthcare, while also affirming and serving the family health needs of non-binary people and men, who make up 40% of our family-building and parenting membership. We support all people regardless of their positions in society, and within each of our digital programs — fertility, adoption, surrogacy, pregnancy, postpartum, parenting, and menopause — individual identities are respected and affirmed. We believe the work of inclusion is ongoing, and we are committed to learning, growing, and evolving with our community.

To learn more about Maven’s commitment to DEI, including our workforce demographics, visit our Careers site.

Board of Directors

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Jess Lee

Partner, Sequoia Capital
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Nancy Brown

General Partner, Oak HC/FT
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Rachel Winokur

Co-founder & CEO, TailorCare
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Anu Duggal*

Founding Partner,
Female Founders Fund
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Tom Mawhinney

General Partner, Icon Ventures
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Deena Shakir*

General Partner, Lux Capital
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Eric Jones*

Partner, Dragoneer Investment Group
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Yvette Bright

Former COO, Independence Blue Cross
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Jennifer Schneider, M.D., M.S.

CEO, Homeward
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Holly Maloney*

Managing Director,
General Catalyst
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Chris Klomp

Former CEO and Chairman,
Collective Medical
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Kate Ryder

Founder & CEO, Maven

* Board Observers

Scientific Advisory Board

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Dr. Neel Shah

Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School;

Founding Director of Delivery Decisions Initiative at Harvard's Ariadne Labs
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Dr. Mary D’Alton

Chair of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center;

Director of Services at the Sloane Hospital for Women at New York-Presbyterian
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Dr. Laura Riley

Obstetrician and Gynecologist-in-Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center;

Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine
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Dr. Brian Levine

Founding Partner and Practice Director of CCRM New York;

Board-Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Dr. Rachel Hardeman

Associate Professor and Blue Cross Endowed Professor of Health and Racial Equity, Division of Health Policy and Management, University of Minnesota;

Founding Director of the Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity, University of Minnesota School Of Public Health

OUR investors

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We’re shaping the conversation on women’s and family health

Maven Clinic becomes the first U.S. 'unicorn' dedicated to women's and family health

Maven CEO Kate Ryder discusses the future of women's and family health and how COVID has changed the sector.
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Obstetrician Neel Shah Joined the Telehealth Revolution

As Chief Medical Officer of Maven Clinic, the doctor hopes to expand women’s access to health care.
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Maven Makes Women's Health a Priority

Kate Ryder, the founder and CEO of Maven, was early to telehealth. Ryder founded Maven in 2014 after witnessing and experiencing gaps in the women's and family healthcare model.
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How Maven Clinic Found Success by Reducing Health Care Costs

Kate Ryder's telehealth company now serves over 10 million families in 175 countries.
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Maven Clinic CEO on Investing in Women and Families

Maven Clinic Founder and CEO Kate Ryder talks to Emily Chang about how the new digital era is transforming women’s health care and about the state of affordable health and childcare in the U.S.
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Featured in

"Should You Send Your Child Back to School During the Pandemic?"

"How Maven is Working to Close the Gaps in Women’s Wellness"

"The Telemedicine Startup Closing the Gap in Women’s Healthcare"

"How Boston Scientific Gained a 90% Return to Work Rate"

"This Innovative Telemedicine Network Wants Companies to Think Beyond Maternity Leave"

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