Today on The WoMed, Nurse-Entrepreneur Suzie Welsh (@mybinto, MyBinto.com) joins D and Dani to share her journey in the world of medicine and how the broken system led her to launch her very own company. Suzie’s interest in healthcare and passion for women empowerment began when she was just 16 and had the opportunity to see the poverty-stricken country of Malawi. After earning her degree in Nursing and pursuing her Masters, she witnessed the broken healthcare system that focused on taking care of the sick instead of taking preventative measures, and ultimately started her very own company, Binto, to address that very issue. She shares with D and Dani the way Binto has transformed over its three years, what the future of Binto looks like, and what she believes sets nurses apart from others. The WoMed speak on the importance of entrepreneurship and intrepreneurship, listening to your gut, and supporting nurse innovators. Plus, find out what food and household items the WoMed just can’t get enough of.
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