Nyssa is a movement. Led by women just like you: women who believe in a better way. For themselves and others. Women who know that women thrive in the company of women. In the companies of women.
Our journey starts with illuminating the reality of what happens in the first few months after giving birth: the Fourth Trimester. It’s a raw, wild, magnificent, tender time of transformation. And many of us do not have the support we need, when we need it most. We need more dialogue. More awareness. More empathy. When the stakes are raised, we need beautifully designed products that rise to meet them.
Nyssa is here to redefine the landscape of the Fourth Trimester. To enable ease and efficiency so that you can get back to feeling your same-yet-different best and be present in the moments that matter most, during that most transformative of times—whether that means enjoying your family, taking a walk outdoors, engaging in the activities you love, going back to work and everything in-between.
Nyssa. Go Fourth™
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer
After establishing a career in international non-profit food banking, Eden became Managing Partner of award-winning bar, The Violet Hour, and was responsible for the development and launch of a successful retail line under the Violet Hour brand. As Co-Founder and Director of the cocktail consultancy, 10 Inc., she inspires and leads international bar programs from Chicago to Guatemala. Eden is also Founder and Director of The Drinking Fountain, a global clean water initiative that links the culinary world with those in need. In her downtime, Eden takes photographs, plays with her son Bo, listens to her partner Robby's music and learns to be a baker.
Co-Founder, Chief Product Officer
With an academic background in information sciences, printmaking, literature, and project management, Aubrey's professional journey began in New Orleans. As Co-Founder and Creative Director of the cocktail consultancy, 10 Inc., she has deep expertise in developing creative concepts that are rooted in history and a strong sense of story. Having grown up in a rural part of the Midwest, Aubrey takes deep joy in connecting with the small miracles of nature, but would happily end every day with a big, heavy book propped on her legs while munching on popcorn. These days, under the tutelage of her toddler son, she has also become a great expert on the names and jobs of a wide variety of construction equipment and emergency vehicles.
Co-Founder, Chief Creative Officer
Born and raised in the U.K., Mia spent her formative years touring the world in the British rock band, Electrelane, sharing stages with the Beastie Boys, Fugazi and Arcade Fire. A former journalist, she covered music for a wide range of international publications and institutions including The Wire, Pitchfork, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She also co-edited a book, The Art of Touring, about musicians' lives on the road. A third career in creative strategy and copywriting led her to create assets for some of the world's biggest brands. When she's not working on Nyssa, Mia loves traveling, Russian literature and going on adventures with her husband and daughter, Neva.
After nearly a decade in the corporate sector helping large, multinational brands evolve their identities and creatively and strategically think about growth, Ellen has shifted focus to more early stage companies. She is an independent growth strategy consultant to clients in a variety of industries including food & beverage, wellness, retail, and the modern edge of women’s wellbeing that Nyssa so passionately occupies. She is a graduate of the Kellogg School of Management with a focus in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. Although she’s trained to think like a marketer and brand builder, she has the heart of an entrepreneur (she's never met a hurdle she won’t try to overcome!). Ellen joined our Board of Directors in 2018 and has brought her energy and talents to Nyssa from the start. Her two children, Meryl and Charlie, are part of the 'Kids of Nyssa' fold and are credited with some of Nyssa HQ’s earliest pieces of artwork.