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EMBR Labs: Helping You Cool Down In Menopause

EMBR Labs: Helping You Cool Down In Menopause
How did 3 guys in their 20s at MIT develop some of the most forward-thinking technology for women in menopause?

Well now, this technology is the core of the latest wearable from EMBR Labs. In this spirit of curiosity and invention, Embr Wave was developed and entered the market in 2017 on a basic principle: temperature should be on your terms.

Today we're talking brain hacks, body temperature, femtech, and validating women's feelings in menopause with the current CEO of EMBR Liz Gazda.
Featured Speaker:
Liz Gazda
Elizabeth Gazda is a serial entrepreneur and the current CEO of Embr Labs - a wearables company that developed the Embr Wave – a wrist-worn, personal thermostat that improves sleep, relieves anxiety, and helps with hot flashes.

Prior to Embr Labs, Liz was a member of several founding teams including, a fintech company, and a music technology company and has also worked at a number of Boston’s fastest growing companies, including m-Qube (acq. Verisign) and unicorn Art Technology Group (acq. Oracle). Liz began her career with Philips Consumer Electronics in the Netherlands, where she was responsible for driving innovation in several business divisions across multiple countries.

Elizabeth received her undergraduate degree in Anthropology and International relations from UC Berkeley where she was also a member of the Women’s Varsity Soccer team. She also holds an International MBA from Nijenrode University in the Netherlands and an Executive Coaching degree from William James College. Elizabeth serves as a board member and advisor to several startups in IoT, hardware, and software.