On Monday, Jason Del Rey will be in Kara’s chair to interview Dave Gilboa and Neil Blumenthal, the co-CEOs of online and offline eyeglasses brand Warby Parker.
Google invested around m in 23and Me, the company she co-founded in 2006, which offers DIY genetic tests to consumers to reveal their ancestry and medical profile, warning them of potential hereditary health issues they might encounter.The Wojcicki family was involved in Google’s development from the beginning.Anne Wojcicki does not lead a quiet life: Since 2006, she’s been the CEO of prominent genomics company 23and Me.She used to be married to Google co-founder Sergey Brin. ” “I’m all for long-distance, but that seems far,” Wojcicki replied. “I have a ton of respect for them there.” 23and Me and Theranos are both reflective of a bigger movement in the health world, Wojcicki said.READ MORE: * Women of Influence: Getting knocked back is a big part of success * Rocket Lab's Peter Beck makes it to World Entrepreneur Hall of Fame * Eat My Lunch founder Lisa King, social entrepreneur First, it was conducted by some of the world's most respected institutions such as Columbia University, the University of California, and INSEAD.
Second, it was published in The Journal of Applied Psychology, one of the most prestigious academic publications with a ruthless peer-review process.
It appears Silicon Valley’s power couples are no more immune to marital strife than their Hollywood counterparts.
Google’s co-founder, Sergey Brin, and his wife of six years, Anne Wojcicki, have separated, and he is said to have struck up a relationship with an employee at the Silicon Valley search giant.
Yet thanks to a pre-nuptial agreement, Mr Brin’s prospective divorce would have no material effect on his company.
It might prove somewhat more awkward for Ms Wojcicki’s own venture.
an accomplished lawyer/business mogul (who also happens to be smoking hot).