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Meridith is the Founder and CEO of Nix Biosensors, a biosensor company spinout of Harvard. Nix’s initial product is a sweat sensor that informs athletes, soldiers, and laborers of their fluid losses, electrolyte losses, and sweat composition in real-time, and generates personalized predictive data for fluid and electrolyte needs.

A serial company starter, Meridith has worked closely with several Boston and New York-based venture capital firms in the creation of seven life science and consumer startups prior to Nix. Meridith sits on the board of several companies and non-profits including Girls on the Run of Greater Boston, Consumer Technology Association’s Health and Fitness Technology Division, and the Cambridge Friends School, of which she is an alumna.

Meridith is a college basketball player-turned-marathoner who has completed 9 marathons, including all of the World Major Marathons. She received her A.B. from Bryn Mawr College where she received the Anna Pell Wheeler Prize for Mathematics, and her M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Meridith is a Kauffman Fellow as well as a Harvard Business School Blavatnik Fellow.