“Marc Beer: Working with Renovia to Treat Pelvic Floor Disorder “

As human beings, we all suffer from ailments from time to time. In fact, many of the elements that we suffer from often fall under a veil of silence. This is for a multitude of reasons. The ailment could be painful, devastating, or embarrassing. Pelvic floor disorder is one of those ailments that is considered to be a very embarrassing disorder for some of its sufferers. The reason for this is because one of the primary symptoms is incontinence. Renovia is a company that is dedicated to the left of the atmosphere shame that centered around pelvic floor disorder and works for a solution.

 

The thing about pelvic floor disorder is that it has the potential to affect people that you know very intimately. Unfortunately, because the disorder is sometimes accompanied by a sense of shame people do not feel empowered to talk about it. This is a big problem. More than 200 million women all over the world have suffered through some degree of pelvic floor disorder. “Renovia Completes $42.3 Million Series B Financing” is an article that discusses the financing that is been secured for the next steps in the treatment of this disorder. Renovia has been a driving force behind the development of this technology and this additional funding will help them produce their digital therapeutic model that will specifically target pelvic floor muscles.

 

The main founders for Renovia are Yolanda Lorie, Ramon Iglesias, and Marc Beer. They have been instrumental to the success of Renovia since it was founded in 2016. Marc Beer was a major contributor to their formation. He was responsible for securing the initial $42 million that would have been necessary to form the company. It has been a tense few years as they find their place in the market but the company has done exceptional work for the female medical community. The research that they have done into pelvic floor disorders is life-changing. Their device is poised to help millions.

 

Marc Beer is a very interesting character in the development of Renovia. As previously mentioned he secured the initial financing required to form the company. He also acts as a chairman and leading CEO of the company. These roles were designated from him because of his outstanding resume showing is leadership capabilities. The Boston, Massachusetts headquartered company has experienced growth with him at the helm. He has worked a variety of other roles throughout the years, but none have been as precious to him as his time at the head of Renovia. He has a special connection to the treatment of women’s health disorders. He understands that more needs to be done to combat pelvic floor disorders and he will work with Renovia to make that a reality. Learn more: https://www.bizjournals.com/boston/potmsearch/detail/submission/6457372/Marc_Beer

 

Gareth Henry, Jamaican Activist

Gareth Henry is both a Jamaican national and gay rights activist from the small Caribbean island nation that still outlaws consensual same-sex partnerships. Now living in Toronto, Canada, Henry fled Jamaica after he spoke out against homophobia in country and subsequently was targeted by the police.

In Jamaica it is not uncommon for anti-LGBTQ hate to lead to violence, something Gareth Henry has both experienced personally and through his connections in the community. He has seen 13 of his friends killed due to anti-gay hate in Jamaica. For Henry Canada was a chance to escape persecution, he arrived after applying for refugee status and now helps others do the same. He works for AIDS foundation and volunteers for the Rainbow Railroad which helps relocate LGBTQ members living in countries that persecute them for their sexual orientation.

In speaking of his work Gareth Henry says, “It’s not a solution, but it is what we do in the interim to save people from being murdered. It’s giving people a second chance at life.” Gareth Henry is hoping for a day when real equality exists in Jamaica but says politicians need to do more than just talk about it. “Don’t just go on a platform and say it because it is a politically right thing to say.” He says.

In order for the colonial legacy of homophobia and anti-LGBTQ legistlations to be abolished leaders need to stand up for the right thing and challenge the status quo in the hopes of changing society. While small steps have been made in recent years, such as Kingston having a semi-regular Pride Parade, more needs to be done to both guarantee the rights of and protect LGBTQ population in Jamaica. Gareth Henry knows nothing will change over night but the work he does in his community and for Jamaicans, even from afar, goes to show that he believes that change can happen.

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