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Twentyeight Health Expands Leadership Team

Twentyeight Health Expands Leadership Team

Strategic projects manager and head of engineering will lead U.S. expansion of telemedicine platform for women’s sexual and reproductive care

NEW YORK, January 26, 2021 — Twentyeight Health, a telemedicine company that provides affordable and convenient sexual and reproductive care, today announced that it has hired Livia Keseman as strategic projects manager, and Eric Whitten as head of engineering. Together, Keseman and Whitten play pivotal roles in leading Twentyeight Health’s expansion across the U.S. in 2021.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has created a lot more awareness around the need and potential of telehealth, with people around the world coming to appreciate the value, convenience, and accessibility of virtual care,” said Amy Fan, co-founder of Twentyeight Health. “Our rapid customer growth and recently-closed venture capital funding have laid the groundwork for us to bring Twentyeight Health to new markets across the U.S. over the next year. Our newest hires, along with the entire Twentyeight Health team, will work together to significantly expand access to sexual and reproductive care for women across the country.”

Keseman is an experienced product manager and business development leader. As Twentyeight Health’s strategic projects manager, she will oversee the execution of launching new products, expanding into new states, and forming key partnerships. Prior to joining Twentyeight Health, Keseman served as head of North American business development for med tech company Byteflies. Keseman also held a number of roles at IBA, including product manager, team leader, and system engineer.

Whitten brings more than 15 years of experience as an engineering leader. Joining Twentyeight Health as head of engineering, he will lead the company’s engineering team in scaling an award-winning telemedicine platform for sexual and reproductive care. Previously, he served as the director of Golf Genius Software, where he drove technology improvements in all aspects of the company. Previously, he was a web development for Grazr, chief systems architect at netEconomist, and business intelligence architect at

“Hiring great talent is crucial as we continue to grow the Twentyeight Health team in 2021 and beyond,” said Bruno Van Tuykom, co-founder of Twentyeight Health. “In the coming year, we plan on adding a number of positions across departments, and we look forward to doing incredibly meaningful work together in the coming years.”

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About Twentyeight Health
Twentyeight Health is a telemedicine company that empowers women with trusted information, affordable access and convenience for their reproductive and sexual health. To learn more, visit