The founder of wellness startup Golde on launching a business inspired by personal experience

This is an installment of Startup Year One, a special series featuring interviews with founders about the major lessons they have learned in the immediate aftermath of their businesses’ first year of operation.

Trinity Mouzon Wofford first got into wellness through her mother, who suffers from an autoimmune disease. When Wofford was a teenager, her mother went to see a more holistically minded physician who offered alternative treatments, which Wofford says, fueled a massive improvement in her mother’s symptoms.

“That really inspired me, and I decided medicine would be my career path,” Wofford says. And she was a premed

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