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Ep. 104. Decentralizing Women’s Reproductive Health with Laura Minquini, Co-Founder of AthenaDAO

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Ep. 104. Decentralizing Women’s Reproductive Health with Laura Minquini, Co-Founder of AthenaDAO

Learning about decentralizing Women's Reproductive Health
October 7, 2022

Ep. 104. Decentralizing Women’s Reproductive Health with Laura Minquini, Co-Founder of AthenaDAO

Laura Minquini is an entrepreneur and creator of AthenaDAO, a collective leveraging blockchain and crypto to fund women’s reproductive health. AthenaDAO’s goal is to reduce the funding gap in research and access to reproductive health by funding research, drug development programs, and innovations. Laura shares with Ray why communities like AthenaDAO are so important and why many women’s reproductive conditions are not well funded. 

Topics covered

  • Laura shares her background and why she was so inspired to make a positive impact for women.
  • Why preventative care is vital for treating and curing conditions such as Alzheimers.
  • The impact VitaDAO had on the starting and creation of AthenaDAO
  • WThe impact this lack of funding has on the women diagnosed with these conditions.
  • Laura shares her experience starting AthenaDAO
  • Why women’s reproductive research needs a blockchain solution like AthenaDAO
  • The different Web3 organizations that are supporting medical research
  • Laura shares the story of a near-partnership with VitaDAO
  • Laura’s experience using Gitcoin grants to raise funds.
  • How AthenaDAO is creating a community for other women to gain support.
  • AthenaDao’s roadmap and the future for the community.

Connect with Laura and AthenaDAO

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