Mon, 8 March 2021
In this episode, Hall welcomes Caroline Goodner, Founder & CEO at OrganiCare.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, OrganiCare’s mission is to create all-natural and organic over-the-counter (OTC) healthcare products that are safe, effective, and simply better than the petrochemical-based, drug-laden products used by most consumers today.
OrganiCare offers a range of all-natural and organic first aid, oral care, and feminine care products under two brands, CUROXEN® and FemiClear®. All OrganiCare products are made from a unique process that combines the antibacterial, healing effects of pure olive oil with life-giving oxygen. This formula has been found to be extremely effective at healing anything from minor cuts to mouth sores to vaginal yeast infections.
Prior to OrganiCare, Caroline was the CEO of UpSpring Baby, a consumer products company focused on new mothers. Prior to that, Caroline founded Identigene, a DNA identification laboratory focused on paternity and forensic DNA testing. Caroline serves on several boards: the Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO), Beyond Batten Disease Foundation and Philanthropitch. She has been a Mentor with SKU for several cycles, and is on the Steering Committee for the Austin Chapter of the Rice Alliance. Caroline earned her BA from Duke and her MBA from Rice.
Caroline advises entrepreneurs and investors, explains how she thinks the industry is evolving and lists some of the challenges startups face.
Music courtesy of Bensound.