CEO, Caroline Goodner is the CEO and one of the founders of OrganiCare. Based in Austin, TX, OrganiCare was founded in January 2016. Prior to OrganiCare, Caroline was founder and CEO of two genetics companies and CEO of a consumer products company specializing in health and wellness products for new moms.
Chairman, David Shockley is a biologist focused on the technology and innovation side of the medical device industry. However, disruption in a mature market space takes more than a mission statement. OrganiCare is well positioned to lead the charge. The company has spent years developing their first product to hit the US market, an all-natural and organic first aid ointment, CUROXEN.
Our Medical Advisory Board
Jessica Shepherd MD, MBA, FACOG, is a board certified OB-GYN affiliated with Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. She completed a Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Fellowship at the University of Louisville, where she also earned her MBA. Dr. Shepherd is passionate about addressing uncomfortable topics and educating women about their bodies – starting with a conversation. She appears regularly on Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Talk, Dr. Oz and Doctors Radio. She has written in various journals including Forbes, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Women’s Health Magazine, Women’s Day, Self, Family Circle, Parents, Essence and WebMD.
Dr. Reue has practiced with the OB/GYN Group of Austin since the early 90s. He has been recognized by his peers as a multi-year recipient of Best Doctor, Austin Monthly Magazine, Texas Super Doctor, and is consistently listed in Best Doctors in America.
Dr. Reue manages both routine and high-risk pregnancies and offers infertility evaluations and treatments. He was among the first physicians in Austin to perform endometrial ablation for treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding.
Dr. Okeoma Mmeje is a fellowship-trained physician-researcher with expertise in reproductive infectious diseases. She manages general obstetrics and gynecology conditions, emphasizing recurrent cases of vaginitis.
Dr. Mmeje has led academic teams in implementing and evaluating reproductive health programs to improve access to sexual and reproductive health services for vulnerable and marginalized populations.
She is a Council Member for Infectious Diseases for Obstetrics and Gynecology (IDSOG), and the Associate Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Obstetrics and Gynecology.