Combating the Rising Global Maternal Death Rate with Meg Wirth & Anne Geary Schmults - Women's Health + Entrepreneurship Event Recap

Combating the Rising Global Maternal Death Rate with Meg Wirth & Anne Geary Schmults - Women's Health + Entrepreneurship Event Recap

The Women’ Health + Entrepreneurship Series was the perfect stage for two Providence based women to share the stories of how they are combating the rising maternal death rate worldwide. Did you know that the United States has the worst rate of maternal deaths in the developed world and the rate is continuing to grow? Last Wednesday, April 10th, maternal health experts Meg Wirth and Anne Geary Schmults took the stage at our monthly Women’s Health + Entrepreneurship Event event to share how their companies are providing innovative products and solutions to save mothers and baby’s lives all around the world.

NEMIC awarded “Real Jobs RI” implementation grant to cultivate the next generation of medical leaders and innovators

NEMIC awarded “Real Jobs RI” implementation grant to cultivate the next generation of medical leaders and innovators

PROVIDENCE, RI, April 9, 2019 – The Foundation for New England Medical Innovation Center (NEMIC) was recognized yesterday as a recipient of the “Real Jobs RI” Implementation Grant to cultivate and educate the future leaders of medical technologies and digital health.  NEMIC aims to provide leadership training to small businesses, scientists, researchers, and students in local universities through an all-inclusive MedTech training program with the goal to bridge the gap between workforce and economic development in a key Rhode Island economic segment.

SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED! Women's Health + Entrepreneurship Event April 10th, 6pm

Meet our April speakers Anne Geary Schmults, Director of Business Development at Alydia Health and Meg Wirth, Founder of MaternovaBoth companies offer life changing and lifesaving technologies for childbirth and beyond. Join us to learn the story behind how both women have grown their companies to make childbirth safer for all women.