Dawn is building the new standard of care for insomnia treatment

Early research shows that 10% of all healthcare costs in the US can be directly attributed to a lack of sleep. Insomnia affects 1 in 10 Americans and is the most prominent sleep disorder.

We are confident that by building an effective and scalable new standard of care for insomnia treatment, we can have life-changing results for our patients and make a dent in the ever-increasing healthcare spend in the US.

We live at the intersection of technology, behavioral science & sleep medicine. Our founding team is intimately familiar with insomnia having personally suffered with it, seen family and friends struggle with it, and provided treatment to people suffering from it.

We've worked at great technology companies like Intercom Microsoft & Yahoo Fantasy Sports. We are backed by some phenomenal investors that have built and invested in massive companies. We are looking for kind, motivated people to join our team.

Open Positions




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Drop us a note at [email protected] with your preferred role and we’d be happy to take a look! Half of our founding team are from non-traditional backgrounds, and we hire for curiosity & velocity of learning.

Working at Dawn

At Dawn, we are ruthlessly focussed on our end patients and driving better outcomes. Most of your time will be spent doing by learning and experimenting. You will have ownership, autonomy, and the ability to maximize your growth curve.

You'll also have the opportunity to grow beyond your role. Our team so far consists of therapists that have architected HIPAA compliant systems and engineers that have published complex therapy guidelines. We genuinely believe that you can be good at anything if you are endlessly curious.

We have the opportunity ahead of us to help decrease human suffering and increase the quality of life at a truly massive scale. You'll have the opportunity to genuinely change people's lives.

"The best bridge between despair and hope is a good night’s sleep. — Mathew Walker, Why We Sleep.

Last updated: May 26th, 2021