Our vision is to help everyone
who wants to have a child

Progyny is focused on being the industry leader in fertility benefits, combining the best science, service and technology to reduce time to pregnancy, increase fertility treatment success rates, and reduce overall costs.

We offer a comprehensive benefits plan that allows doctors and members to pursue the most effective treatment, the first time, and to ensure that employers receive the most value from their fertility benefit.

Management team

David Schlanger

Chief Executive Officer
As Progyny’s CEO, David brings over 25 years of healthcare and executive management experience to the company. He strives to have Progyny be the industry leader in comprehensive and inclusive fertility benefits that helps people have a child and achieve the best possible outcomes. Prior to joining Progyny, David was the CEO of WebMD where he led the company to achieve record levels of revenue and profitability.

Karin Ajmani

President, Healthcare Services
Karin uses her public health and managed care experience to lead Progyny’s product development and sales. She aims to expand employer adoption of infertility benefits so women no longer have to suffer to achieve their dream of motherhood. Prior to joining Progyny, Karin was CEO of US Imaging, and previously served as CEO of CarePlus Health Plan. In 2017, Karin was selected as one of New York Business Journal’s Women of Influence.

Pete Anevski

Chief Financial & Operating Officer
As the Chief Financial and Operating Officer, Pete brings over a decade of experience in building and implementing models that lead to operational efficiency and revenue growth. Pete is responsible for managing the company’s financial actions, expanding its provider network, and optimizing operations. Prior to joining Progyny, Pete was the CFO at WebMD where he played an integral role in the company’s improved financial performance.

Board of directors

David Schlanger

Chief Executive Officer

Beth Seidenberg, M.D.

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Fred Cohen, M.D., D.Phil.

TPG Biotech

Norm Payson

Norman C. Payson, M.D.

Simeon George, M.D.

SR One

Progyny in the news

November 15, 2017
NY Times
Microsoft will work with Progyny, a fertility benefits manager, to offer up to three treatment cycles. The benefit includes genetic testing as well as the freezing of eggs or embryos and storage for up to four years.
June 27, 2017
YoStartups ranked Progyny as #15 of the “50 Medtech Startups to Watch Out for in 2017.”
June 22, 2017
The Huffington Post
Benefit companies like Progyny & Carrot, that promote unrestrictive employer benefit offerings. While it may seem like the tech behemoths are the only ones doling out generous fertility benefits to their employees who wish to grow their families or preserve their fertility, a wide array of industries are following suit and becoming increasingly progressive with benefits packages.
June 18, 2017
Employee Benefits News
The recently-added fertility benefit gives employees a lifetime sum of $40,000 to spend on fertility services, says Cathy Donahoe, Domo’s vice-president of human resources. She estimates that is usually sufficient to pay for two full in-vitro fertilization cycles. To offer the benefit, Domo contracts directly with Progyny, a full-service, end-to-end fertility service headquartered in New York City.


Benefits and perks

Join a growing business during a vital inflection point.

Work with a team of thought leaders and industry experts.

Create solutions that help people in their time of need.

Receive health, dental, vision, life and fertility insurance for yourself and your family.

Earn company equity.