Founded in the USA by Mark Frank and Sean Boyd in 2017, SonderMind announced that it has received a new investment of $27 million.
SonderMind, an initiative that set out with its goal of democratizing mental health, came up with an important investment news. Founded in the USA by Mark Frank and Sean Boyd in 2017, SonderMind announced that it has received a new investment of $ 27 million.
Serving mainly as a market place, SonderMind wants to make mental health more accessible. SonderMind, a marketplace that brings together therapists and people who want to get help with mental health, serves in Colorado, Arizona and Texas. According to the shared information, there are currently over 500 therapists on the SonderMind platform.
Let’s add that the 27 million dollar B series investment tour in question took place under the leadership of General Catalyst. Let us also remind you that SonderMind is not the only health-focused initiative in General Catalyst’s portfolio. Livongo, OM1 and Oscar Health are among the health initiatives that General Catalyst previously invested.
Apart from General Catalyst, let’s add that F-Prime Capital, Kickstart Seed Fund, Diōko Ventures and Jonathan Bush are involved in the investment. With the investment received, Eric Roza from General Catalyst and CEO of DaVita Kent Thiry SonderMind joined the board of directors.
Having received 4 investments since its establishment, SonderMind has increased its total investment to 32.9 million dollars with the new investment of 27 million dollars. Let’s add that the new investment will be used to expand SonderMind services and to provide services in other regions of the company.