Our mission: healthcare equity.

20 million.

women live in contraceptive deserts

22 days.

is the average wait for an appointment with a primary care physician

25%.

of women on oral contraceptives skip pills to save money

Women face so many barriers to healthcare today, from lack of access, long wait times to high costs. Our mission is to increase access to reproductive and sexual health. We are starting with birth control because we know - and have experienced it ourselves - how frustrating the experience can be for women. But it shouldn't be like that. Women should have easier access to birth control, in a safe, convenient and personalized way. So join us to lead the change!

Based in Brooklyn, we come from different backgrounds (healthcare, consulting, non-profit, e-commerce and marketing) and all share a common mission: everyone should have access to high-quality and affordable healthcare. We want to lead the way to a place where access to healthcare is not a question, but is a given.


 
Amy Fan & Bruno Van Tuykom discuss the convenience and safety behind Twentyeight Health. #CEOUnplugged
 
 
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Amy brings unique experiences in product, e-commerce, branding and marketing. She is excited to combine her interest in building human-centric products & services with her passion in healthcare. She is inspired by the opportunity to improve women’s health, specifically around building a positive, empowering experiences. Previously, she led a DTC skincare & makeup company, and she is finishing her MBA & MPH at UC Berkeley.

Bruno worked for 4 years helping the Gates Foundation on increasing access to healthcare, for populations who need it the most; and on categories like Family Planning, HIV and Malaria. He is extremely passionate about increasing access to healthcare – and thinks there is still a lot to do to make healthcare more accessible, affordable and convenient; particularly for young women.

 

Amy and Bruno are surrounded by brilliant people on women’s health (Nicole), customer experience (Marta, Elizabeth and Mara), social media (Gabi), partnerships (Sharon and Lorena), and tech (Ade).