Veronica Berry

Veronica Berry

Founder & CEO @ TruDiary

Veronica Berry is Founder & Chief Executive Officer of TruDiary. TruDiary is a women’s health or “femtech” startup that utilizes blockchain technology to enable millenial women to confidentially and efficiently manage their health. The TruDiary app, available for free on iOS, asks a user to create a profile by inputting their family health history, past medical data, prescriptions, allergies, and other information. An interactive telehealth platform, it stores all medical records from past doctors visits and medical procedures on a HIPAA-compliant, secure private blockchain. Ms. Berry started TruDiary in 2017, bringing more than 20 years of direct business, pharmaceutical and medical sales, marketing expertise, and executive management experience to lead the venture’s strategy, sales, marketing, alliances and channels, and fundraising. TruDiary was financed by an initial $100,000 investment from the Conscious Venture Lab accelerator program. Their first $100,000 pilot will kick off May 1 with an OB-GYN practice in rural Georgia for 1500 patients with another five OB-GYN offices and a small hospital next, representing $1 million in revenue. In 2019, Ms. Berry was a winner in the Black Women Talk Tech, SXSW Pitch Black and New Voices pitch competitions. She has also been featured in publications including Hypepotamus, and Georgia Tech’s Advanced Technology Development Center. Veronica Berry graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, earning her bachelor’s degree in Communications and a Master of Public Policy from Clark Atlanta University. She continues to support UNO and Clark Atlanta, through donations to support student entrepreneurs.

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