About Ovuline

Ovuline uses technology to help couples start families and have healthier pregnancies.

Designed by Harvard scientists and fertility experts, Ovuline’s Ovia Fertility tracker uses big data and machine learning to analyze a woman’s unique cycle, and predict her exact fertile window, helping her and her partner get pregnant up to 3x faster than the national average.

Ovuline is also developing a pregnancy tracking solution, Ovia Pregnancy, to monitor a woman’s key health metrics during pregnancy, from weight gain and physical symptoms to emotional wellness and fitness.

We are passionate about using data and technology to help couples understand their unique health and make beautiful babies. We are proud to have helped thousands of couples across the globe realize their dream of pregnancy, starting with two of our co-founders who successfully used Ovuline to start their families.

Ovuline's Alex and his wife with their baby.


Paris Wallace

Paris takes charge of the business side of Ovuline, building on his experience founding and building Good Start Genetics, a fertility diagnostics company. He earned his BA from Amherst College, his MBA at Harvard Business School and his MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School.

Alex Baron

Alex is the statistical and coding brain behind the Ovuline algorithm. With a Computer Science PhD from Brandeis and Statistics Masters from Harvard, he has been working in the industry for the past 10 years as an expert in Machine Learning.

Gina Nebesar
Product Development

Gina leads product development for Ovuline. She brings experience starting a clothing vending-machine company and has an industrial engineering background. She earned her BS from University of Southern California and her MBA from Harvard Business School.

Rory O'Connor
Head of Engineering

Rory leads Ovuline's web and mobile engineering teams across all of Ovuline's products. He draws on his experience starting a college admissions software company before Ovuline. Rory earned his BA from Amherst College.

Ashley Coon
Business Development Manager

Ashley brings a wealth of experience in business and journalism to her role as she manages and grows Ovuline's leadgen platform. Ashley graduated with a BS from SUNY-Geneseo and is currently pursuing an MBA from Northeastern University.

Maria Caudle
Marketing Associate

Maria works closely with our pregnancy users and helps in product development. She draws on her experience working with OB/gyns and studying biology at Northeastern University.

Christina Kelley
Software Developer

Christina is a front-end developer for Ovuline, combining web development experience with a passion for health and a background in clinical research. She holds a BA in Psychology from Harvard University.

Andy Blackett
Head of Content

Andy creates and manages content for Ovuline, drawing on his past experience as the product of a pregnancy. Andy graduated from Bates College with a BA in Classics.

Ingrid Pierre
Lead Designer

As Ovuline's design eye, Ingrid blends her fine art and media experience with her graphic and digital skills. She received her BA in Visual & Environmental Studies from Harvard University.

Isabella Patton
Marketing Analyst

Isabella brings a strong analytical mind and background to the position, as she leads Ovuline's growth through data analysis across a multitude of media. She graduated with a BA in Psychology from Wellesley College.

Sarah Downey
Head of Marketing & PR

Sarah leads marketing and public relations for Ovuline. A a lawyer with expertise in data privacy, she earned her J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law and her B.A in Psychology from Hamilton College. She loves fitness and video games.


Valerie Baker, MD

Dr. Baker currently serves as the Medical Director of Stanford Fertility and Reproductive Medicine In Vitro Fertilization Program in Palo Alto, California. Dr. Baker is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

Bradford A. Kolb, MD

Dr. Kolb currently serves as the Owner and a Managing Partner at Huntington Reproductive Center Medical Group in Pasadena, California. Dr. Kolb is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

Kaylen M. Silverberg, MD

Dr. Silverberg currently serves as an Infertility Specialist at Texas Fertility Center in Austin, Texas. Dr. Silverberg is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology.

Selwyn P. Oskowitz, MD

Dr. Oskowitz is one of the founders of Boston IVF in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Oskowitz is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

Adam Wolfberg, MD

Dr. Wolfberg is a practicing maternal-fetal medicine specialist who is an Assistant Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, the founder of Mindchild Medical (a medical device company), and an NIH-funded researcher. He is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology.



Techstars adds new program to connect graduates with corporate partners - BetaBoston
7 gadgets and apps to improve your fertility - Fox News
This Guy Got 200,000 Women Knocked Up - Boston Magazine
These six startups won the PitchBoston challenge, giving them free exposure at District Hall - Boston Business Journal
Over 200,000 Women Have Used Their Smartphones To Help Them Get Pregnant - Business Insider
Fertility startup Ovatemp touts birth control without pills or condoms - Boston Business Journal
Fertility Trackers Cut Infertility Costs - Digital Health Post
Tech in Boston Podcast: Gina Nebesar, VP of Product & Marketing, Ovuline - VentureFizz
Ovia app brings pregnancy guides to digital age - Android Community
VCs Find Fertile Ground In Women’s Health - TechCrunch
Ovia pregnancy tracker comes to Android - Android Central
This interactive map shows how often couples have sex before they get pregnant - Nerve
Feeling lucky? Map reveals how often couples have sex in each state in order to conceive - The Daily Mail
Wanted: A watchdog for the mobile medical app explosion - Reuters
How often do people in Mass. have sex? This Boston startup has the answer [map] - BostInno
Big data does conception: Ovuline's curious sex map - ZDNet
Ovuline's 24k data points recorded hourly could lead to novel fertility discoveries - Boston Business Journal
Desperate to get pregnant? There's an app for that. - The Guardian
Women turn to fertility app to help get pregnant - WTSP
The things nobody tells you about breastfeeding - Lifehacker
Apps to help you get pregnant - CNET
Meet the Minnesota company pulling petabytes of data from the field - GigaOM
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Pregnancy app extends into tracking - Boston Herald
Ovia Fertility adds real science to your family planning - Lifehacker
10 Harvard Business School startups you should know - Mashable
The fertility app that claims it got 50,000 women pregnant - Babble
50,000 women knocked up by big data, wearable tech, crowds and cloud - The Register
Ovuline says its algorithms have led to 50,000 pregnancies - GigaOM
Birds, bees and big data: How one app helped 50,000 women get pregnant - Yahoo! Tech
This Boston entrepreneur helps ladies get knocked up and knowledgeable - Upstart Business Journal
Ovuline's new Ovia app turns your smartphone into a personalized pregnancy guide - ABC 27 News
Ovuline launches app to chart course of what to expect when you're expecting - Boston.com
Ovuline launches app to create real-time 'virtual pregnancy journal' for expecting mothers - BostInno
An app, "Ovia Pregnancy", to experience faster and healthy pregnancy - The Female Gene
Ovuline launches a "Twitter for pregnancy" mobile app - Boston Business Journal
Ovia pregnancy tracker for iOS promises personalized tracking for your pregnancy - The Next Web
Fertility pro Ovuline expands to pregnancy tracking, promises better health and peace of mind through big data - PandoDaily
Ovuline raises $1.1M and launches Ovia Pregnancy: the pregnancy app of the Quantified Self era - VatorNews
Ovuline takes geeky approach to pregnancy tracking with Ovia app - Xconomy
Fertility tracker raises $1.1M to add pregnancy app - MobiHealthNews
Big data - getting pregnant faster with Ovuline - Big Data Companies
Big data knows when you're fertile - Information Week
Want to get pregnant? Big data can help - Health Tech Zone
Lightbank backs first health care startup Ovuline - RightStartups
New app quantifies big data to provide more accurate predictions about the best time to try for a baby - psfk.com
Ovuline offers new solution to help women become moms this Mother's Day - Yahoo Finance
From fart cat to finding love, 17 local apps supercharging your phone - Boston.com
Local couple creates fertility app to help couples get pregnant - CBS Boston
Using an iPhone to get knocked up faster - Wired
Digital health fertility services ramping up - MobiHealthNews
TechStars grad Ovuline gets $1.4M for pregnancy-tracking software - Xconomy
TechStars grad Ovuline raises $1.4 million to apply machine learning & wearable tech to pregnancy BostInno
Making a baby? There’s an app for that, too - Boston Globe
Ovuline raises $1.4 million for apps and services that promote procreation - Boston Globe
Turning air into water or making babies, new TechStars think big - GigaOM
Ovuline raises $1.4M from Lightbank, David Cohen and others to help women track fertility and pregnancy - TechCrunch
Hub’s Ovuline scores $1.4M in seed financing - Boston Herald
Pregnancy IT startup Ovuline raises $1.45M - Boston Business Journal
Now there's an app to help you make a baby - Yahoo Finance
Today’s Scuttlebot: Fertility start-up and Polaroid’s new plan - NY Times

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