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Sophia Yen: Democratizing birth control in the US

Sophia Yen is the CEO and co-founder of Pandia Health, a women-founded and women-led birth control delivery company.

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Sophia Yen is the CEO and co-founder of Pandia Health, a women-founded and women-lead birth control delivery company. Pandia partners with pharmacies and doctors who specialize in women’s health to bring convenient, dignified and stress-free ways of accessing telehealth services.

In our conversation with Sophia we cover:

  • What is Pandia Health
  • How abortion laws can potentially impact Pandia Health
  • A case for nationally licensed doctors in the US
  • What made Sophia decide to start her own company
  • Distributing equity and roles between 6 co-founders
  • Getting first users through ads
  • Dangers of telehealth medicine abuse
  • Finding first investors for Pandia Health
  • Advice to first time founders


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