Muna /moo·nuh/ translates to “first” in Tagalog. Inspired by the question: “What if we held the mother first?”, Mother Muna was created.
Founder, Rachel, is a mother of three, living in Santa Barbara with her college sweetheart. Her mission is to empower postpartum care providers, subsequently benefiting mothers and their communities during the early postpartum period and beyond.
In response to the incredible feedback and tremendous support from our expanding network of parents, we have made the decision to transition our product focus from supporting parents working from home to a product that caters to postpartum mothers. The insights and experiences shared by our users have highlighted the unique challenges and needs that arise during this transformative phase.
Mother Muna will host resources tailored to the needs of mothers, as well as a platform build mother-centered registries and direct access to care provider services.
We are thrilled to embark on this new direction and would love for you to join us.
Rachel | Founder of Cohero and Mother Muna