HealthyWomen is on a mission to educate women ages 35 to 64 to make informed health choices.
We are guided by our values:
- Trusted Partner: We educate and engage women by providing them with scientifically-reviewed, evidence-based information that allows them to make informed health choices to live well and age well.
- Independent Voice: Our reputational value to our stakeholders is in serving as the leading source of women's health information, which we execute on through transparency in all relationships and collaborations.
- Digital Excellence: Every day, we work to serve women by providing access to timely, inspiring and enduring online content.
- Thought Leadership: Our ability to grow, innovate and shape the future of women's health is to set the agenda and to share our knowledge with stakeholders.
We achieve our mission of educating women to make informed health choices by connecting with women through fact-based, expert-sourced content, and creative evidence-based programming. We keep women's health part of the national dialogue by raising awareness to decision makers about the impact health policy has on women and families. And we work collaboratively with partner organizations and alliances to reach more women.
Some of our work is created with support by the generous support of our funders. We implement timely, evidence-based educational programs, national events and campaign initiatives on specific topics important to women and their health. The support allows us to create educational content grounded in science, free of commercial bias, and widely accessible to all.
Women get answers to important health questions
76% of women who come to our site were looking for results for specific health-related information.
Women leave feeling in charge of their health
86% of women report feeling more informed and in charge of their health after reading content on our platform
Women make positive changes in their health
68% of women feel more inspired to change their health-related habits
Helaine Bader, MPH, VP of Education
Michelle Sabia, MPH, CPH, Program Manager
Luisa Santa, MPH, Education Director
Cynthia Louis-Juste, MPH, Program Coordinator
Thais Diaz, MPH, Program Coordinator
Caroline Koller, Partnerships and Community Engagement Coordinator
Phyllis Greenberger, MSW, Sr. VP of Policy, Advocacy and Science
Martha Nolan, Sr. Policy Advisor
Science and Innovation
Monica Mallampalli, Ph.D., Sr. Scientific Advisor
Megan Schofield, Creative Director
Emily Loughran, Social Media Campaigner
Jana Bernard, Livestream Producer
Julie Leff, Sr. Web Producer
Jaimie Seaton, Editor-in-Chief
Kim Ledgerwood, M.S., Senior Editor
Our contributor network is composed of diverse and experienced writers, including award-winning journalists, who help us provide clear, engaging and informative content.
Rebecca Sager, VP of Development
Alayna Effron, Ed.D, MSc., C.H.E.S, Director of Development
Jessica Collison, Project Director
Stefanie Williamson, Director of Media Relations
Jessica Goddard, Director of Marketing and Communications
Andrea Morgan, Sr. Consultant, Creative Strategy
Kerri Agnello, Administrative Assistant
Our Women's Health Advisory Council includes a network of medical experts and health professionals who specialize in a range of health conditions pertinent to the women we serve. This group of experts and doctors lend their expertise to inform our content, and medically review our resources for accuracy.
Jarrad Aguirre, MD, MBA
Julia M. Amadio (Vice Chair)
Life Science Business Executive
Walmart Health Operations
President, Life Sciences
President, North America
Mike Capaldi (Secretary)
Institute for Gene Therapies & Senior Advisor
Penn Quarter Partners
Sheila Carnicelli (Treasurer)
Former Financial Services Executive
Maneesha P. Ghiya
Founder and Managing Partner
FemHealth Ventures LLC
Senior Vice President; Director of Health & Nutrition Affairs
Nieca Goldberg, MD
Medical Director of Atria New York City
Clinical Associate Professor, NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Anita Gupta DO, PharmD, MPP
Anesthesiology and Critical Care
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Marsha B. Henderson, M.C.R.P.
Former Associate Commissioner for Women's Health at the FDA
Chief Client Officer
WPP Healthcare Team Account
Senior Vice President & Chief of Staff, Executive Office
Founder & President
Synim N. Rivers, MPH, CHES
Senior Director, Research & Development Communications, Horizon Therapeutics
Lynn A. Taylor
Senior Vice President
Head of Healthcare Global Government & Public Affairs
Head of Corporate & Government Relations, USA
Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
Tamar R. Thompson (Immediate Past Chair)
Head of Corporate Affairs
Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Christine Verini, RPh (Chair)
Chief Operating Officer
Last Updated: February 10, 2022