The Pulse Celebrates The Following Women June Week 5

WITI News Staff

July 03, 2022

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This week we celebrate the following women:

The Women of Silicon Valley
excerpts from Pulse of the Valley, June Week 5



Fundings to Women-Led Companies
Mathilde Collin, CEO of Front, received a $65M Series D funding with $203M in total capital. Front is a communication hub for building strong customer relationships on digital channels.
Noga Leviner, CEO and cofounder of Picnic Health, received a $60M Series C funding with $100M in total capital. Picnic Health leverages state-of-the-art machine learning, combined with human curation, to port complete medical records into an easy-to-use online application.
Rachita Navara, CEO and cofounder of Safebeat RX, received a first funding of $120K. SafeBeat Rx replaces a hospitalization with a take-home kit that combines FDA-approved wearables with life-saving ECG software that expands access to proven heart therapies.
Maria Mikhaylenko , CEO of SmartAn, received a first funding of $100K. SmartAn analyzes financial and accounting data to provide better risk management for their customers.

Women on the Move
Alicia Boler Davis joined the team at Alto as CEO.
Abbie Dornbier joined the team at TaskHuman as Head of Finance.
Jessie Ferguson joined the team at TaskHuman as Head of Legal.
Nadia Aziz joined the team at Roostify as COO.
Andi Seymour joined the team at Curebase as VP People.
Teri Keffer joined the team at ReCode Therapeutics as VP People Strategy and Human Resources.
Jo Avent joined the team at Crosschq as Chief People Officer.

Women Joining Boards of Directors
Meenu Karson, CEO of Proteostasis Therapeutics has joined the board at Apexigen.
Anne Roby, EVP of Linde has joined the board at Twelve.
Tina Chan Reich, Head of Credit and Risk of Theorem has joined the board at Bill.com.


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