Anne Wojcicki Net Worth:
$800 Million

What Is Anne Wojcicki’s Net Worth?

Anne Wojcicki is an American businesswoman and entrepreneur who has a net worth of $800 million. Wojcicki is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of the biotechnology and personal genetics company 23andMe. Anne co-founded 23andMe with Linda Avey and Paul Cusenza in 2006, and in 2008, “Time” magazine named their personal genome test “Invention of the Year.”

In 2013, Wojcicki was named “The Most Daring CEO” by “Fast Company,” and she co-founded the Breakthrough Prize, which rewards “research into curing diseases and extending human life.” Anne was featured on “Forbes” magazine’s “Global Game Changers List 2017,” and in 2021, she was ranked #25 on its “America’s Richest Self-Made Women” list and #90 on its “World’s Most Powerful Women” list.

In June 2021, 23andMe entered into a merger with Richard Branson’s VG Acquisition Corp and was renamed 23andMe Holding Co. The deal “raised nearly $600 million and boosted 23andMe’s value to $3.5 billion.”

Anne Wojcicki

Net Worth: $800 Million
Date of Birth: Jul 28, 1973 (48 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Businessperson
Nationality: United States of America

Google Connection

In the late 1990s, her sister Susan was living in a house in Menlo Park, California. To earn extra money, in September 1998 Susan rented her garage to two Stanford Ph.D. students who had recently launched an internet search engine. Those students were Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Their company was

Anne never worked for Google but Susan was Google employee #16 and today serves as CEO of YouTube. Through Susan, Anne met and began dating Sergey Brin. They married in 2007 and had two children together before divorcing in 2015. Technically they separated in 2013.

Early Life

Anne Wojcicki was born Anne E. Wojcicki on July 28, 1973, in Palo Alto, California. Her mother, Esther, is a Jewish journalist and educator, and her father, Stanley, is a Polish American professor emeritus at Stanford University and was formerly the chair of the school’s physics department. Anne has two older sisters, Susan and Janet, and the family lived on the Stanford campus. Susan is the CEO of YouTube, and Janet is an epidemiologist and anthropologist. As a teenager, Wojcicki enjoyed figure skating and ice hockey, and she served as editor of “The Oracle” newspaper at Gunn High School. She also wrote for the school newspaper and earned a scholarship for her stories about sports. In 1996, Anne graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, and as a college student, she was a member of the school’s varsity women’s ice hockey team. She also conducted molecular biology research at the University of California, San Diego, and the National Institutes of Health.

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