We believe women shouldn’t have to go to the doctor’s office every time they have a health question. We also believe health shouldn’t be a guessing game. Maven’s first goal is to provide women the kind of affordable but definitive support we feel is most lacking right now, in fields like reproductive health, maternity care, mental health, and children’s health.
Maven is proud to be the first digital clinic for women.
Kate Ryder, Founder and CEO
Katherine previously worked as an early stage investor at the venture capital firm Index Ventures, based in London, where she focused on consumer technology, and in particular on investments in the health, education, art, and retail sectors.
Prior to joining Index, Katherine worked as a journalist, writing for The Economist from Southeast Asia, New York, and London. In 2009, she worked with former U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, helping him write his memoirs about the U.S. financial crisis.
Katherine received her B.A. from the Honors College at the University of Michigan and her MSc from the London School of Economics. Katherine is based in New York City.
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