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CLAIRE Fertility is an integrated wellness platform for women navigating reproductive challenges. CLAIRE is the first women's brand dedicated to the comprehensive health and wellness of the growing number of women striving to become mothers amidst infertility and other obstacles. This means not solely reproductive, but sexual, mental, emotional, spiritual, social, and financial health considerations. The platform is designed to be a woman's first stop when conception or family-planning proves to be problematic, and they are focused on supporting the personal mission of women striving for motherhood via creative, strategic, mission-oriented solutions + robust community. In a world where CLAIRE is optimized, they will guide and empower "pre-prenatal" women to motherhood feeling confident, strong, and supported. The CLAIRE community launches via their app on February 22, 2021 and can be downloaded in the iOS/Google stores as well as accessed via native web app capability.
CLAIRE Fertility was created when founder Ashleigh Brown realized the chasm between the overall wellness and medical treatment of her clients and friends navigating reproductive challenges. She set out to envision a solution that saw and addressed the whole woman and supplemented her medical treatment, holistically. Acknowledging that the chief complaint of assisted reproduction patients is the overwhelming confusion, she envisioned a solution that provided essential clarity to this woman. While in Paris on sabbatical, an idea of "claire" (the feminine of "clear" in French) fertility was born. Following the completion of a Bay Area ideation/early stage accelerator, she incorporated and began building CLAIRE at the top of 2020.
Ashleigh is a writer, creative strategist, and tech founder with a focus on women-focused branding and sexual & reproductive health. She is the founder of CLAIRE Fertility, a startup dedicated to optimizing the integrated wellness of women navigating reproductive challenges, and her background includes 12 years of clinical + executive roles in ART (Assisted Reproduction Technology). When she's not innovating for women, she's writing, reading, traveling, strength training, cooking, and discovering new wines. She is an alumnus of The George Washington University.
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