30 UNDER 30: WELL BEINGS
Healthier living with the Forbes 30 Under 30, in 30 words or less.
Organic condoms, eating- disorder treatments, a mattress that brews your morning coffee: Young entrepreneurs are looking to make you healthier.
LIANA ROSEMAN, KRISTINA SAFFRAN Project HEAL | 26, 25 With 40 chapters globally, the duo’s nonprofit awards up to $80,000 to people seeking eating-disorder treatment, and it teams with care centers to provide peer support and mentoring.
ALEXANDRA ZATARAIN Eight | 27 Her high-tech mattress (she has raised $13 million from backers) tracks your sleep patterns and connects to other smart devices—it can set an alarm and brew your morning coffee.
MOLLY HAYWARD Cora | 29 San Francisco-based Cora, having raised $1.6 million, sends organic tampons to thousands of customers monthly; its one-forone donation plan will deliver millions of pads to women in developing countries.
MEIKA HOLLENDER Sustain | 29 NYU Stern M.B.A. has raised $7.5 million to make sexual-health products such as condoms and organic tampons; 10% of profits will go to women’s-health organizations, with over $40,000 given already.
NICOLE CARDOZA Yoga Foster | 27 Her nonprofit trains schoolteachers to integrate yoga into classes. The goal? To increase fitness and reduce disruptive behavior. The program has reached 20,000 kids in 500 schools nationwide.
YUNHA KIM Simple Habit | 28 Want a less harried commute, more patience and better sex? Try this former Jefferies analyst’s meditation app. Offering om sessions designed by Harvard psychologists, it has more than 500,000 users.
CHRISTINA BOGNET Platejoy | 29 The former health care consultant’s company provides personalized meal plans based on 50 data points (gluten sensitivity, carbohydrate avoidance, etc.) to help the overweight and diet-restricted.