Tam Williams Featured in Main Line Today Magazine for her Unique Wellness App
How Philly Chapter Tam Williams is Using Tech to Empower Women. Launched in 2018, Williams’ She’s It SHEapp, a female-focused wellness platform, takes a holistic approach to health.
If you had an unlimited supply of cash, what would you do with it? Tam Williams and her girlfriends debated that question in 2013 over breakfast at a Cape May, N.J. restaurant. Williams’ answer: She’d put the money toward boosting women’s health, happiness and self-esteem. She wanted women to say, “She’s it,” when they looked in the mirror.
“As soon as the words were out my mouth, I said, ‘Give me a napkin so I can write that down,’” Williams recalls.
The next week, Williams registered She’s It as a business. “I thought it’d be a blog or some kind of side hustle,” she admits.
Five years and $300,000 later, Williams has released She’s It, a female-focused health and wellness app. The tech world is crowded with fitness apps, but the She’s It SHEapp is designed differently. Unlike Garmin or FitBit, SHEapp is not chained to a device—it works on mobile phones. It does more than count steps, calories or hours spent sleeping, focusing on “360-degree wellness.” The 15 topics on the app include exercise, health, diet, happiness, work, education and spirituality. “If you don’t have inspiration, spirituality, happiness and kindness in your life, you are not truly healthy,” says Williams.
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