avatar Anna Gannon Editorial Lead at Expectful

What if there were things you could do to improve your child’s brain development in the first few years of their life?

Jessica Rolph is a mother of three and the CEO & Cofounder of Lovevery – a new child development company that helps parents feel confident in making the most of each learning stage. Jessica also was a Founding Partner at HappyFamily which is the #1 organic baby, toddler, and kid’s food in the US.

On today’s episode, Jessica is sharing her personal story with motherhood, what it was like starting HappyFamily and why she decided to switch focus to helping to improve child development with Lovevery alongside her partner Rod Morris.

About Jessica

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Jessica is an entrepreneur and category creator. Passionate about the importance of early life, she is the Cofounder and CEO of Lovevery, a new child development company helping parents feel confident they are making the most of each learning stage. Jessica also serves on the board of Happy Family Brands, where she was Founding Partner and COO through 2016. Jessica helped launch, build, and lead Happy Family, which is the #1 organic baby, toddler, and kid’s food in the US, with more than 200 SKUs sold in 20,000 stores across 30 countries worldwide. Groupe Danone acquired HappyFamily in 2013. Jessica co-founded the Climate Collaborative, a non-profit organization helping companies in the natural products industry take meaningful steps to reverse climate change. She is an Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow, and was awarded the Park Leadership Fellowship, graduating from Cornell’s Johnson School in 2004. Jessica also holds a BA from Cornell University, where she graduated cum laude. Jessica and her husband Decker are parents to Beatrice (2), Thacher (5) and Leland (7).