We are motivated by the long history and current state of gender bias in research, innovation, and healthcare. Women were not included in US clinical trials until 1993. The anatomy of the clitoris was not discovered until 1998. Only 4% of all healthcare research is dedicated to women’s health. Many diseases, such as endometriosis, were classified as hysteria up until recently. In 2019, less than 1% of venture capital was invested in women’s health companies. The US maternal-mortality rate is higher than any developed country with Black women being 3-4X more likely to die than white women. The accounts of gender bias are far reaching and have life and death consequences. We are motivated to make women-centered design a priority instead of an afterthought.