Co-Founder + CEO
Alison grew up talking about vaginas as the daughter of an OB/GYN. She is a healthcare strategist, equitable tech advocate, and third-time founder. She is CEO and co-founder (along with Audrey Wu) of both Dioptra femtech devices—a member of CTIP + alumna company of Grid110—and Ruth Health, a new direct-to-consumer womxn’s health company for expecting parents.
Alison previously worked as a Brand Strategy Consultant for Fortune 100 healthcare + medtech giants. She then co-founded a conversational AI studio that worked on brands like adidas and on Andrew Yang’s presidential campaign. She has been featured in NPR, Quartz, and at LA MedTech Week. She’s a Yale grad and lives in the Bronx, NY.
Co-Founder + COO
Audrey’s journey into womxn’s health began in Investment Banking and then moved on to innovation in AI—both fields in which she was a rare female leader. She and Alison co-invented a more comfortable speculum device with Dioptra. Dioptra was awarded a grant from the FDA and is patent-pending. She is also currently COO and co-founder of Ruth Health.
Audrey was previously CEO and co-founder of Convrg, an AI-powered voice and messaging platform working with brands such as Gallo Wines and The GRAMMYs. She exited Convrg to Reliance Jio in July 2019. She has spoken at SXSW, MWC and Social Media Week. She is a Techstars Mentor and on the SXSW Advisory Board. Audrey is a graduate of UCLA—LA born, raised, and now based.
Dr. Vivian, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Vivian Greenberg has been an OBGYN for over 40 years. She founded a two-office private practice in the greater Philadelphia area. She recently sold her practice, Womencare Obstetrics & Gynecology, to Abington - Jefferson Health hospital system. She specializes in womxn's health, surgery, delivering babies, and the female reproductive system. Dr. Greenberg holds degrees from Brooklyn College, University of Michigan, and Wayne State University School of Medicine.
Savannah is employee #1 at Ruth Health/Dioptra. She earned her BS in Biology at University of La Verne. This fall she will be attending USC Keck School of Medicine to pursue her Masters of Public Health.
Michelle is currently a MD candidate at USC Keck School of Medicine. In addition, she is a Certified Lactation Consultant and has researched the intersection of telemedicine and lactation consulting. She received her B.A. at Dartmouth in Anthropology Modified with Chemistry.