we believe mothers everywhere should have easy access to evidence-based mental health care

our vision is to be the most cost-effective and

high impact solution for preventing and treating

perinatal mood disorders globally

the team

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Ann Don Bosco

Ann has a background in public health, mental health and marketing. Most recently, Ann led Google’s CSR program focused on economic impact across EMEA, the strategy team at Public Health England and consulted for firms including Microsoft, Disney, Kelloggs & Coca-Cola, helping them to align profit with social impact. She is a trustee of two charities - Economy & the Friends Provident Foundation. Ann received her Bachelor's degree from Oxford University.


Anne Wanlund

Anne is a global health practitioner who has led and developed multiple high-impact organizations in East Africa. Most recently, she served as Head of Impact & Strategy for an award-winning, cost-effective social enterprise whose work has been featured in the New York Times and TIME Magazine. She also serves as a co-founder volunteer for a new philanthropic fund tackling unhealthy power dynamics in aid. Anne received her Master's degree from The Fletcher School.

advisory board

Dr. Kate Cavanaugh

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Dr. Cavanagh is a leading international expert in e-health and has been involved in research exploring computer-aided psychological therapies for 10 years. This work has included randomized controlled trials evaluating the clinical and cost-effectiveness of computerized cognitive behavioral therapy (cCBT) programs, pragmatic studies in real-world healthcare services delivering cCBT programs in primary, secondary and specialist-care centers in the National Health Service (NHS) as well as voluntary sector services, qualitative and quantitative studies of user experiences of cCBT programs and the ‘common factors’ of cCBT, systematic and narrative reviews of literature and meta-analyses investigating the impact of computer-aided psychological therapy programs for common mental health problems. She has presented her work at various international conferences and published many articles, book chapters and co-authored a book (with Isaac Marks & Lena Gega), on computer-aided psychological therapies and e-health and has had the pleasure of collaborating with many other world-leading experts in the development and delivery of low-intensity therapies, such as cCBT.

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