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Stacey Borden

After working for financial giant Lehman Brothers, Stacey Borden left the finance world to help women across industries, generations and geographies. In addition to working on ChickRx, Borden is also working on her MBA at Harvard Business School.

Meghan Muntean

Currently a portfolio consultant on Wall Street, Muntean graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2006, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of Business Today, the largest college magazine in circulation.

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Project Blog: ChickRx

Harvard MBA student Stacey Borden and partner Meghan Muntean will lead a team of women in launching an “edgy, approachable, engaging” online health resource uniquely targeted to women, ages 18 to 27. It will have content and Q&As;, updated daily, from medical, family and nutrition experts.

ChickRx Wins New Media Women Entrepreneur Award

Monday, November 15, 2010

Stacey Borden and Meghan Muntean, who earlier this year launched ChickRx, a witty health website for 20-something women, were honored with J-Lab’s New Media Women Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

In addition to their $10,000 start-up award, Borden and Muntean, both invested personal savings into ChickRx to get the project off the ground. They began laying the groundwork for the company while Borden was an MBA student at Harvard Business School and Muntean was an Assistant Vice President at a Wall Street investment bank. Now supported with $400,000 from an angel investor, the website provides well-researched health news to women in a humorous, relatable way.

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   • Posted by ChickRx on 11/15 at 11:03 AM