Meet the 30-year-old co-founders who raised $32 million to innovate the future of women’s health


As a woman in her early 20s working and living in New York City, Carolyn Witte experienced first-hand just how broken the health-care system can be when it comes to addressing the health concerns and needs of women. After going through a three-year long process of seeing various doctors before finally being diagnosed with a hormonal endocrine disorder called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) at 25, Witte knew she had to do something to help other women have a more seamless experience with doctors and health-care providers. In 2016, she quit her job as a team lead at Google's Creative Lab to focus full-time on building an innovative health-care platform for women called Tia, which Witte describes as an "ecosystem of products, tools and services designed for the distinct needs of women." Tia, officially more...