StretchDollar was built on a simple premise: small businesses deserve access to simple, affordable health benefits.
Before co-founding StretchDollar, Marshall Darr and Kaiza Molina worked together at two other small business-focused startups. First, in 2016, where they built out Marketing Operations at the payroll company Gusto and then again, four years later, at Decent, a health insurance startup that Marshall helped build from the ground up. The most recent stop is where Marshall and Kaiza developed a deep understanding of the health insurance space and how few options there are for small businesses.
They left to start StretchDollar with the goal of helping those companies that don’t fit the narrow mold that group plans were designed to serve. (Basically, the entire small business community.) Everyone should be able to take care of their people.