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Gina Bartasi



Gina Bartasi is an American entrepreneur, fertility issues advocate, and founder of Kindbody, a women’s health clinic and fertility benefits company focusing on fertility, gynecology, and wellness services. She previously founded Progyny, a fertility benefits provider.

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Apple, Facebook Offer Coverage for Women to Freeze Eggs

Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) –- Fertility Authority CEO Gina Bartasi discusses how Apple is following Facebook in offering company insurance coverage to women who wish to freeze their eggs. She speaks on “Bloomberg West.”

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Women We’re Watching: Gina Bartasi of Kindbody

Gina Bartasi’s vision for changing how women receive treatment, her passion for treating patients with kindness and empathy and her mission to democratize fertility care make her a woman we’re watching.

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How Progyny Is Modernizing Family Planning with CEO Gina Bartasi

Gina and Jenna discuss how Progyny is enabling employers to include fertility benefits in their health care plans as well as key lessons gleaned from founding and scaling four startups.

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Only 24 Percent of People Who Need Fertility Treatment Can Access It. Gina Bartasi Wants to Change That

When Gina Bartasi launched Kindbody in 2018, she already knew a thing or two about the fertility industry. After all, she had previously founded two other startups in the space, and had given birth to twin boys after undergoing IVF.

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Gina Bartasi, Kindbody CEO: A Fortt Knox Conversation

Gina Bartasi is a health tech trailblazer and a serial entrepreneur. Today she is CEO of Kindbody, a startup that's opening access and lowering costs in the fertility space.

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Entreprenista Episode 5: The Facts About Fertility

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Kindbody Raises $32M to Make Fertility Care More Affordable and Accessible

Women’s health and fertility startup Kindbody announced it raised $32 million in Series B funding.

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Gina Bartasi’s Third Fertility Startup, Kindbody, Opens Its NYC Flagship in Flatiron

Kindbody celebrated the grand opening of their NYC flagship clinic (102 Fifth Avenue), the first one-stop-shop for all women’s health and fertility needs.

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