Anne E. Wojcicki (age 41, born on July 28, 1973) nicknamed, as Anne Wojcicki is an American biologist and the co-founder and chief executive officer of the personal genomics company 23andMe. She is also a sibling of Susan Wojcicki. Randi holds an American nationality after her parents. She has completed her education from Yale University. She has proven the world the fact that a woman potential can’t be just judged from her body and measurements but actual ability of a woman can also be explained by her excellence and the height of success. Currently she is married to her husband Sergey Brin and has two children in her family. Still her net worth has not mentioned by the related site.
41 years old Anne was born on July 28, 1973 in San Mateo County, California. Her mother is Jewish and her father is a Polish American. Anne is the youngest of three daughters. Her parents are Esther Wojcicki, an educator and Stanley Wojcicki, a physics professor emeritus at Stanford University. Her sisters are Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube and a former executive at Google and Janet Wojcicki, PhD, anthropologist and epidemiologist at UCSF. Wojcicki grew up on the Stanford campus. As for interesting part of her childhood, when she was 2, she had learned how to figure skate, but later quit and started playing ice hockey. She attended the Gunn High School in Palo Alto, California, and was a top editor for the Oracle, the school newspaper and won a scholarship for her sports stories. She attended Yale University, where she was a competitive ice skater and played on the varsity ice hockey team. She graduated with a B.S. in biology in 1996. She did molecular biology research at the National Institutes of Health and University of California, San Diego.
After graduating, Wojcicki worked as a healthcare consultant at Passport Capital, a San Francisco-based investment fund and at Investor AB. There she was a health care investment analyst for 10 years overseeing healthcare investments, focusing on biotechnology companies. Due to being disillusioned by the culture of Wall Street and its attitude towards health care, she quit in 2000 and intended to take the MCAT and enroll in medical school. However, she decided to focus on research afterwards.
Later in 2006, she co-founded 23andMe with Linda Avey. 23andMe is a privately held personal genomics and biotechnology company based in Mountain View, California that provides rapid genetic testing. The company is named for the 23 pairs of chromosomes in a normal human cell. Their personal genome test kit was named ‘Invention of the Year’ by Time magazine in 2008. In October 2013, The Fast Company named Wojcicki as “The Most Daring CEO”.
Talking about her personal life, at present she has been married to her husband Sergey Brin, who is co-founder of Google. They had married in May 2007. After a year of their marriage she gave birth to her first child, son Benji who was born on December 2008. And then her second daughter was born on late 2011. News reports on August 28, 2013 announced that Wojcicki and Brin are living separately but that they were not legally separated. Though it’s already 2 years of such announcement but still the news hasn’t paced forward from either side. As the result the relation between them is still in confusion to her fans and all the curious readers.
Talking about her social linkage, she has been connected to her fans and followers via various sites as like, Facebook, twitter and other as well. Her success story has already encouraged enough people around and still her readers are searching further motivational facts of her life. Because she has proven the world that success of a lady is not only based on personality but also in her talent.