I am a farm-grown Canadian girl from the prairies of Manitoba, living on the coast of South Carolina. A few years ago, I married a beautiful man I met during a retreat in Costa Rica, and became a step-mother to his three children after the death of his wife, six years ago. I also built my own business from the ground up, starting at 19 years old, never looking back.
Marriage can be a tightrope act: when everything is in balance, it is bliss and you feel safe, but once things get shaky, you are unsure about next steps. Add outside forces into the equation like kids, work, finances or a personal crisis and now there's a strong chance that you'll need extra support to keep you from falling.
TV Guide magazine declared it "The Worst TV Show Ever." Simultaneously, it was the top-rated daytime talk show in the United States. "Jer-ry! Jer-ry! Jer-ry!" flowed out of the television set and into over 3 million homes every day. Briefly, this included mine.
Why Join Swaay?
How many times have you looked at something and thought: I wish this did more? And how many times have you thought long and hard about what else you could make it do, if you had the resources, time, and a factory-load of people working for you?
Amy Domangue is CEO and Co-Founder of Jessie, a Techstars and Cedars-Sinai backed digital health company. Amy is an expert in healthcare marketing and innovation, having worked for various organizations, including Fleishman Hillard, Bayer Pharmaceuticlas, and the New Orleans BioInnovation Center.
Since 2010, Amy has worked with various healthtech startups and helped raise over $30 million in capital. In 2018, Amy launched Jessie with her Co-Founder, Kerranna Williamson. Today, Jessie has grown into one of the largest networks of online health services, improving the way people access, experience, and manage their care.
Amy holds an MBA from Tulane University and an undergraduate degree in Mass Communications from Louisiana State University.
Storyteller | Survivor | Social Impact
Nubia DuVall Wilson is a published author, journalist and advocate for survivors of child sexual abuse. As a storyteller, her mission is to liberate survivors of sexual abuse by curating content that supports their wellbeing and gives them a voice and a community to embrace the reality of living and loving after assault. In May 2018, she published her second book, The Survivors Club, a supernatural novella inspired by her journey to heal as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, which is the inspiration behind a new TV pilot currently being pitched. Nubia is also the founder of Cielo Consulting, a boutique public relations and marketing agency based in South Orange, NJ. Nubia graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University, with a degree in English and a minor in Religion. Learn more at nubiaduvall.com and follow her on Instagram and Facebook @EncounterswithNubia.