BetterUp Stock

betterup.comHealthcare / Digital HealthFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $657.31MM

BetterUp brings together world-class coaching, AI technology, and behavioral science experts to deliver change at scale — improving individual resilience, adaptability, and effectiveness. BetterUp has a three-step process: Users take an assessment, select a coach, and then begin their sessions. This company was founded by Alexi Robichaux and Eddie Medina in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Ryan Sonnek
Chief Technology Officer
Alexi Robichaux
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Gabriella Rosen Kellerman, M.D.
Chief Innovation Officer
Vinh Le
Chief Financial Officer
Eduardo Medina
Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer & Board Member
Cindy Goodrich
Chief Marketing Officer
Ronald Lewis
Chief of Staff and Vice President of Business Operations

Board Members

William Kohler
Lightspeed Venture Partners
David Hatfield
Board Member
Douglas Pepper
ICONIQ Capital
Emily Melton
Board Member
Eduardo Medina
Board Member

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News Highlights

Prince Harry Shares His Goal for Therapy and Coaching in New Video
In a new video from Prince Harry's surprise appearance at the Masters of Scale Summit with BetterUp's Alexi Robichaux and entrepreneur Reid Hoffman, Harry shared his goal to get therapy to people everywhere
Mental health startup BetterUp raises funds at near $5B valuation
The current round follows BetterUp's $125M Series D round in February, which valued the company at $1.7B. BetterUp has over 3,000 coaches on its platform and also provides analytics and real-time insights to help track employee progress.
Prince Harry Takes a Job at Silicon Valley SaaS Start-Up
BetterUp, a Silicon Valley start-up, that “brings together world-class coaching, AI technology, and behavioral science experts” to help people “live more meaningful, vibrant lives,” revealed that the duke was its newest employee. No longer a working member of the British royal family, Harry will serve as “chief impact officer” for the company.
Updated on: Apr 15, 2024


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