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Anne Wojcicki Wiki/Biography
Anne E. Wojcicki was born on 28 July 1973, in San Mateo County, California USA, of Polish, American and Jewish descent, and is an entrepreneur, best known for being the chief executive officer (CEO) of the personal genomics company, 23andMe. She is also the co-founder of the company and has been active with the company since 2006; all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Anne Wojcicki? As of early-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $1 billion, mostly earned through a successful career in business. Prior to founding her company, she mainly served as a part of the health care, investment, and research sector. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Anne Wojcicki Net Worth $1 billion
Anne grew up in the campus of Stanford University, as her father worked as a physics professor emeritus in the school. She learned how to figure skate at a young age, and later decided to play ice hockey. She attended Gunn High School and during her time there worked as a part of the school’s newspaper, mainly covering sports stories which actually lead to a scholarship at Yale University. She went on to study biology at Yale, and also played on the varsity women’s ice hockey team, but was also still a competitive ice skater during this time. She subsequently did molecular biology research at the University of California, San Diego, and the National Institutes of Health, completing her studies in 1996.
Wojcicki went on to work as a part of the investment fund Passport Capital, in which she served as a health care consultant. She also worked at Investor AB, in which she was a health care investment analyst, working for four years, and focusing on biotechnology companies. Her net worth started to increase thanks to her work.
She decided to quit in 2000, after becoming disillusioned by the attitude of Wall Street towards the health care sector. She initially wanted to enroll in medical school, but later decided to focus on research. In 2006 she founded the personal genomics and biotechnology company called 23andMe, alongside Linda Avey. The company is named after the 23 pairs of chromosomes in a normal human sell, and provides genetic testing. They released a personal genome test kit which was featured by Time magazine in 2008, and became the first company to offer autosomal DNA testing for ancestry. As the company found a lot of success, her net worth also increased significantly. Wojcicki is also a member of the Xconomy editorial team, the Xconomists; she was named The Most Daring CEO by Fast Company in 2013.
For her personal life, it is known that Anne married Google co-founder Sergey Brin in 2007, and they had two children together before the marriage ended in divorce in 2015. Anne’s sisters are Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube, and Janet Wojcicki, an anthropologist.
|Full Name||Anne Wojcicki|
|Net Worth||$1 billion|
|Date Of Birth||July 28, 1973|
|Place Of Birth||San Mateo County, California USA|
|Profession||Chief Executive Officer of 23andMe|
|Education||Yale University, Gunn High School|
|Spouse||Sergey Brin (m. 2007–2015)|
|Children||Chloe Wojin, Benji Wojin|
|Parents||Stanley Wojcicki, Esther Wojcicki|
|Siblings||Susan Wojcicki, Janet Wojcicki|
|1||Her mother, Esther Denise (Hochman), is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. Her father, Stanley Wojcicki (born Stanislaw Wójcicki), is a Polish immigrant who was born in Warsaw.|
|2||Separated from her husband of 6 years Sergey Brin. [August 2013]|
|3||Gave birth to her 2nd child, a daughter, with her husband Sergey Brin.|
|4||Gave birth to her 1st child at age 34, a son Benji Brin in December 2008. Child's father is her now estranged husband, Sergey Brin.|
|Ride with Larry||Documentary completed||Herself|
|2016 Breakthrough Prize Ceremony||2015||TV Movie||Herself - Presenter|
|Breakthrough Prize 2014||2014||TV Movie||Herself - Presenter|
|SXSW Flashback 2014||2014||TV Movie||Herself|
|Nova||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself - Co-founder, 23andMe, Inc.|