We’re a Black-owned health and wellness business creating premium, innovative products to nourish healthier outcomes.
20% of our profits are invested to fuel programs that fight health inequity within Black, Brown, and underserved communities—through education, support, and access.
We won’t stop until health and wellness are within reach for everyone.
As members of the Black community, Wellwithall’s founders have personally experienced the legacy of health inequity in this country. They feel deeply driven to uphold the long-standing cultural commitment to not only support their own family, but also their neighbors and entire community.
Building off the success of their corporate careers, our founders are putting their values into action through Wellwithall, reimagining business as a catalyst for health equity, so everyone can thrive.
CO-FOUNDER + CEO
An investor and philanthropist, Demond launched Wellwithall following 22 years of investing in the consumer sector at Adage Capital Management, where he was a senior partner. Demond joined Adage after graduating from Harvard Business School and received his undergraduate degree in accounting from UNC Charlotte.
He subsequently worked as the assistant to President Clinton’s White House Chief of Staff, Erskine Bowles. Demond and his wife Kia through their family foundation focus on erasing gaps created by racial and social injustice in the areas of education and healthcare.
Demond has served on a number of non-profit boards including as a trustee at the Berklee College of Music, the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and the Obama Foundation.
Entrepreneur and investor, Carmichael is a co-founder of Wellwithall. Carmichael has 20+ years of entrepreneurial experience. He is the co-founder and managing partner of Material Impact, a venture fund that builds resilient technology companies developing products to solve real-world problems using innovative materials. He also co-leads the Investment Committee for Breakthrough Energy Ventures, an investment firm that invests in companies committed to addressing climate change.
Carmichael serves as Vice Chairman of the Duke University Board of Trustees and is on the boards for the Consumer Technology Association, WGBH, and Massachusetts General Hospital Physicians Organization. Carmichael is also a Finance Leaders Fellow with the Aspen Institute.
Carmichael received his BS and PhD in organic chemistry from Duke University and completed his postdoctoral National Science Foundation fellowship at Harvard University. He also has an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.
Wellwithall in action
A full 20% of all our profits goes directly to trusted community organizations and programs working tirelessly to bring more and better healthcare to underserved communities.
Teaming up with local partners, we create, fund, and measure initiatives directly related to improving healthy outcomes in these communities.
Our inaugural partnership is with the Dimock Center, a community health center in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood that provides over 19,000 people annually with convenient access to high quality, low cost health care and human services.
We have created and funded the Wellwithall-Dimock Equity Initiative, a program to improve heart health through prevention, education, and treatment. We host educational events in the community that offer free screening for high blood pressure. For those with high blood pressure, we provide ongoing support and training to help manage their diagnosis.
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