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Legacy

Legacy is the Fatherhood Company

Legacy is the fatherhood company. We are building an online fertility clinic to help men test and preserve their fertility without stepping foot in a doctor's office. We offer mail-in semen analysis, sperm cryopreservation, fertility improvement plans, and teleheatlh. Infertility affects about 1 in 7 couples. For too long, infertility has been considered a "women's issue" while men are just as likely to be the cause. Our goal is to build a norm where a semen analysis is the FIRST port of call for couples, with a solution that is cheaper, more convenient, and more personalized than going to a clinic. This ultimately reduces fertility costs for all because an inexpensive semen analysis can identify the cause early on and prevent unnecessary fertility treatments. The company was founded at Harvard by a team of healthcare and fertility experts, raised its last round of funding from Bain Capital Ventures and Section 32, and is growing 20%+ month on month. You can find us in the media in the New York Times, Financial Times, the Washington Post, CNBC, Economist, TechCrunch, SXSW, FastCompany, etc. Learn more about the Future of Fatherhood: docsend.com/view/zkgk7ws

Legacy
Founded2018
Team Size8
LocationCambridge, MA

Khaled Kteily

Khaled is the CEO of Legacy (YC S19). A former healthcare consultant at Oliver Wyman, Khaled studied healthcare public policy at Harvard University, where he received a full scholarship and graduated with distinction. Khaled also worked at UN Women and the World Economic Forum. Khaled is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Canadian Fertility & Andrology Society.

Khaled Kteily
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Daniel Madero

Daniel Madero
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Sarah Steinle

Sarah Steinle
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