06/06/2016 02:47 pm ET | Updated Jun 06, 2016
By Daisy J Lin - Journalist and Filmmaker
Women entrepreneurs don’t have the same kind of networks as men. Enter women investors.
The next time you’re down with the flu, don’t bother waiting for hours in the emergency room. Instead, launch an app on your phone, and a nurse will show up at your house within the hour.
That’s the idea behind a new startup called “Nurse at Your Door.” It’s the brainchild of two women: Kelly Rosenberry, who has been a nurse for nearly 30 years; and Susan Dost, who has operated an in-home care service for the elderly for 15 years. They envision an on-demand health app that links people up with licensed nurses in their area to treat non-emergency conditions. Think Uber, but for your health. “We want to make it available to everyone. We kn...
Tracy Gray doing a presentation about investing at a “We are Enough” event
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