Ema envisions a journey of femalehood that is full of community and expert-led support, regardless of economic status.
Did you know?
85% of moms feel friendless.
Over 90% of women suffer from some form of the “baby blues.”
Ema is an authentic community founded by women, for people who identify as a woman OR have a uterus. Our wellness community is a safe and ethical place for women to feel happier and healthier. Ema supports women socially, psychologically, and physically through our friendship and medically-vetted resources to make the journey of femalehood a little easier. We hope that you will join us!
A few years ago, Amanda Ducach and her husband got a call from their best friend, Alicia, who was sitting in an ER next to her two-year-old child that had just received a new medical diagnosis. Their friend felt isolated and overwhelmed. Amanda knew that Alicia needed to be introduced to another mom nearby to talk to—someone who had walked a similar path and could show her the light at the end of the tunnel. Ema (formally SocialMama) was launched in early 2019 to connect like-minded mothers on a similar path for friendship. Since then, Ema has shifted into a wellness community that supports women through friendship & expert-led experiences throughout the journey of femalehood.
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Ema is invaluable to women facing real problems because it is free to download and easy to use. It is now a necessity in the lives of all women today.
- AMANDA DUCACH, CEO
To all the women out there,
Motherhood is hard enough as it is. Feeling isolated and unsupported are things mothers should never have to deal with. However, it is not surprising that more than 80% of moms feel overwhelmed because less than 4% of total healthcare funding goes to female health... so how are we all suppose to feel supported!?!? Nothing matters to us more than helping women feel more connected and supported (see our vision above!). We work hard every day towards this goal. We welcome you with open arms and I'm always here to listen to your feedback or thoughts on Ema.