Who We Are

Overcoming the barriers to equitable maternity care.

Flutter Wear was founded by a group of passionate individuals dedicated to supporting expectant individuals in connecting with themselves, their pregnancy, and their baby during a uniquely maternal experience.

Our company understands that every person's health, story, and experience is different. We believe that every expectant individual deserves support tailored to their baseline, capturing the complexities of fetal activity and maternal health. 

Meet the Team

Dolma Tsundu

Chief Executive Officer

Dolma has a background in Integrated Engineering from UBC, during which she received the Engineers Canada Gold Medal Student Award and co-invented 7 assistive technologies in Canada and abroad. Dolma is a certified doula, and has a strong interest in the social determinants of health and reproductive justice. She is an advocate for the autonomy of women and informed decision-making.

Dr. Jordan Lewis

Clinical Lead

Jordan is an Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident Physician at UBC. She is a graduate of both UofT Medicine and Imperial College London's Reproductive and Developmental Biology program. Jordan has a keen interest in women's health and reproductive medicine, and is always seeking creative ways to combine her clinical interests with medical innovation and collaboration.

Justin Wyss

Technical Lead

Justin Wyss is a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at UBC. His research focuses on flexible sensors and smart materials and their applications in healthcare. His research experience includes soft sensor technologies, electrostatic transducers, and smart materials.

Elaine Lam

Operations Manager

Elaine is a UBC graduate with a background in biology, business management, and finance. Her focus is on implementing effective processes and operations through strategy formation and data analysis. She has a keen interest in combining her entrepreneurial mindset into early healthcare startups.

Karen Lim

UX Designer

Karen is a graduating student from the Interactive Arts and Technology Program at SFU with a Certificate in Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Passionate about social and tech innovation, she endeavors to use her skills to help the communities around her through projects that focus on service design, accessibility, and inclusivity in technology.

Jakob Manning

Grants Coordinator

Jakob studied physics at UBC where he discovered the world of community outreach. For the past eight years Jakob led Geering Up; a barrier breaking science outreach initiative that benefits 30,000 youth a year. Jakob is known for his endless energy, which he draws from the sun and collaborations with high functioning teams. He is now studying full-stack web development at BCIT.

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