Funded Founders: Jay Newton-Small, MemoryWell Founder & CEO

New York
Thu, Apr 1, 3:00 PM (EDT)

Fresh off of raising a $2.5m seed round, Jay will be joining us to talk about fundraising during a pandemic, how much storytelling can affect care, and what’s next for MemoryWell.

New York

Fresh off of raising a $2.5m seed round, Jay will be joining us to talk about fundraising during a pandemic, how much storytelling can affect care, and what’s next for MemoryWell.

She’s also starting to expand her team rapidly, so if you’re looking for a job in a fast-growing Agetech startup, this is one you won’t want to miss.

Jay has been a renowned journalist for more than 15 years, writing for TIME Magazine and Bloomberg News. When her father moved into an assisted living facility, the staff asked her to fill out a 20-page questionnaire about his life. Instead, she wrote down his story. His caregivers loved it, the care they provided improved, and MemoryWell was born.

After a conversation and some Q&A, we’ll bring it together to do some brief networking before we come back together to close out.

Startup

MemoryWell

We are journalists using our talents to write the life stories of those living with Alzheimer's and dementia to improve their care.

Keynote Speaker

  • Jay Newton-Small

    Jay Newton-Small

    MemoryWell

    Founder & CEO


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  • Max Zamkow

    Max Zamkow

    Third Act Ventures

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