Maven is a great example of women helping women succeed, as a female founded company employing other successful women funded by successful female stars. Then again, someone had to do it. Women's health globally isn't great, but in the US it is shockingly poor comparative to cost, GDP, available equipment, and other factors. Maven became a minted unicorn when it closed Series D funding in August to continue scaling a telehealth solution around uterus holder's health needs in fertility, pregnancy, and parenting. They also prided themselves on being a great place to work during the rough pandemic period and want to be an example for companies with working parents.
We'd love to hear more in the future about intersectionality of women's needs in other health areas serviced via their platform, but we'll see what happens.