Lora DiCarlo was founded in 2017, and after spending a decade in the healthcare industry DiCarlo put her obsession with anatomy hard to work. She is the inventor of Osè, a first of its kind product that holds 9 patents pending in micro-robotic technology and was a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Robotics category. When the award was redacted, she opened the public conversation about gender bias and inclusion in the tech industry and worked with CTA to update their policies for 2020.
DiCarlo has been listed as one of the top 53 women CEOs disrupting HealthTech by Forbes. To date, Lora has raised $5.2M for the company, including government funding from the State of Oregon, and sits on the board of the Technology Association of Oregon. She and her team slammed out of the gate at the end of 2019 to bring home $3M in presale revenue in their first five weeks of launch.