Hi, I'm Anne-Laure. I'm an entrepreneur, an ex-Googler, and a neuroscience student. I love bringing products to market that help people be happier and healthier.
I've always been fascinated by human consciousness and the biology of the mind. I believe the complex interactions in our brain shape our thoughts, memories, feelings and dreams, and ultimately make us human.
I'm half-French, half-Algerian. I was born in Paris, sold French wine in New York, studied in Tokyo, worked at Google in San Francisco, and started a company in London. I've been fortunate to be able to visit more than forty countries. My sister lives in South Korea, my little brother in Hungary, my big brother in Belgium. My parents got married at Burning Man two years ago.
Things I love to talk about: mental wellness in our modern age, new relationship models, marketing and consumer psychology, psychedelics in healthcare and society, productivity versus creativity, tech for good, science fiction.
Please get in touch if any of this sounds interesting to you, if you need help with anything related to the above topics, or if you have a good book to recommend.
Ness Labs, Founder & CEO
Backed VC, Venture Scout
Entrepreneur First, Entrepreneur in Residence
Google, Brand Marketing Lead, Digital Health
Google, Content Lead, B2B Marketing
The Guardian, Production Assistant
L'Oreal, Lab Assistant
Teeny Breaks, Integrate mindful breaks into your workflow
Maker Mag, The magazine for indie entrepreneurs
#diversity30, A collection of portraits celebrating diverse makers and creators
MSc, Applied Neuroscience, King's College London (ongoing)
MSc, Marketing & Management, Rouen Business School
Webby Award, Judge
Indie Hackers, Community Lead
Founders of the Future, Ambassador
Google Campus, Startup Mentor
Art Works for Change, Board
Make & Shine, An indie maker's guide to personal branding
Maker Mind, A weekly newsletter to practice self-care and dare to create
PC Mag, 2019: Stressed Out? Take a 'Teeny Break' With This Browser Extension
Campaign Magazine, 2019: Ten creative trailblazers you need to know
Computer Weekly, 2019: Closing the divide between science and art
Cosmopolitan, 2019: 11 easy ways to limit your screen time
Buzzfeed, 2019: 12 apps that will help you reduce your stress
Men's Health, 2019: Ethical non-monogamy - What it is, and rules for doing it right
WIRED, 2018: These are the healthcare startups you need to know about
Management Today, 2018: The UK's most inspiring women in tech
The Memo (Forbes), 2018: This ex-Googler has made the ‘Spotify of nutrition’
Rolling Stone, 2018: New research – Who really practices polyamory?
Financial Times, 2018: Asylum seekers want to work — so let them
Maker Mag, 2018: Meet the top 10 women makers of 2018
1M Women in STEM, 2018: Ex-Googler, speaker, writer, neuroscience student
Canvas, 2018: An AI chatbot that helps people achieve healthier eating habits
Thrive, 2018: Female entrepreneurs reveal the books that changed their lives
Business Cloud, 2018: Health chatbot founder ‘left Google to change the world’
Startacus, 2017: Lysa wants to be your personal nutritionist in your pocket
Inc, 2017: How British entrepreneurs reacted to the Google memo
Women of Wearables, 2016: Anne-Laure Le Cunff, Marketing Lead for Google Fit and Android Wear
House of Greenland, UK
Anne-Laure Le Cunff