at bundle organics, our mission is to help expecting and new moms be more healthy, active, and comfortable – and to better nourish their little ones from the very beginning. we’re striving to build a community and inspire a larger movement dedicated to the health and wellness of women during this special transition in their lives.

Whitney Port


Creative Director, fashion designer, television personality, author, entrepreneur, and soon-to-be mom, Whitney’s career experience spans from magazine companies and public relations to designing and managing her own fashion line, Whitney Eve. A graduate of the University of Southern California, her creative eye and passion for health, wellness, and style have led her to become an influencer and lifestyle expert followed by many. At Bundle Organics, Whitney oversees brand and retail strategy as well as product innovation. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband Tim, with whom she announced her first pregnancy in February 2017.

John Mascari


While a student at Columbia University, John first discovered his inner entrepreneur as the CEO of Spectator Publishing Company and he first developed an interest in health and fitness as a D1 athlete. He began his career learning finance at Barclays Capital in New York City and went on to manage logistics projects for Vox Supply Chain. After graduating from Harvard Business School, he co-founded Bundle Organics – inspired by his sister’s struggle to balance her nutrition while pregnant. He currently lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Errol Norwitz, MD PHD


Dr. Errol Norwitz is internationally recognized for his work in maternal-fetal medicine and he (quite literally) wrote the book on Obstetrics & Gynecology. He is the Chair of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Tufts Medical Center and a professor at Tufts University School of Medicine. He completed his PhD at Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship and his OB-GYN Residency and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship at Harvard University. He is the author of 12 textbooks, 80 book chapters, and more than 250 original research articles and reviews, and his research has been supported by NIH/NICHD and March of Dimes as well as institutional and industry sponsors. He lives in Boston with his wife and three children.