Harvard Social Enterprise Conference > Driving Innovation in Women's Health Globally

Maia Gokhale

February 26, 2023 |by secon2023 | Comments Off on Maia Gokhale

Maia Gokhale (she/her) is Program Manager for Payer Partnerships at Mae, a culturally responsive digital-first solution aimed at connecting Black women and birthing people with critical pregnancy support resources in effort to drive positive birth experiences and outcomes. As an early team member and first program manager at Mae, Maia focuses on building and maintaining Mae’s partnerships with healthcare payers nationwide, growing Mae’s network of community-based and virtual doulas, and supporting multiple stakeholders to navigate new state maternal health legislation and innovation. Maia received her MPH from Harvard Chan in 2020, and has extensive experience standing up health equity initiatives in a variety of care settings, with special focus on Medicaid managed care ecosystems.


Sara Kemppainen

February 17, 2023 |by secon2023 | Comments Off on Sara Kemppainen

Sara Kemppainen is in charge of Special Projects at Fifty Years. She is particularly interested in supporting founders solving complex problems that are traditionally overlooked by investors. She led the development of Repro Grants, a “fast grants” program to accelerate high-risk, high-reward research in the chronically underfunded field of women’s reproductive health. Before joining Fifty Years, Sara was the Head of Program at Slush. She is also the founder of Women in Innovation and Leadership, a professional network that promotes personal growth, collaboration, and gender equality.


Ambreen Molitor

March 23, 2022 |by secon2023 | Comments Off on Ambreen Molitor

Ambreen Molitor (she/her) is the National Director of Innovation at Planned Parenthood, where she develops new strategies to advance the org’s health equity mission and future-proof the organization. Under her purview, the team has won several accolades, such as Fast Co’s Most Innovative Companies three years in a row, several Shorty Social Good Award and Webby recognitions, and an Anthem award for the Bans Off campaign she and her team launched in response to the Dobbs decision. She has also been featured in Women in Product, This is Product Management, and Vox’s Recode podcasts as well as on Cheddar TV.


Christine Jarjour

March 23, 2022 |by secon2023 | Comments Off on Christine Jarjour

Christine is a joint degree MPP & MBA candidate from the Harvard Kennedy School and Business School. Before grad school, Christine worked as a management consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. While at BCG, her focus was on supporting non-profits and foundations in expanding access to medicines in low and middle income countries. At Harvard, she hopes to build on her strategic consulting skills and further explore key challenges in global health, economic development, and gender equity.