Women leading in health is vital for fostering inclusive and equitable healthcare systems. Their unique perspectives and experiences bring essential insights into patient care, policy-making, and research, addressing gender-specific health issues and reducing disparities.

Their presence in leadership roles not only inspires future generations of female healthcare professionals but also ensures that health systems are more reflective of the populations they serve, ultimately leading to improved health outcomes for all.

Here are two for this Good Friday—

Nicole Shanahan, 38

As Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s vice presidential pick, Nicole emphasized the importance of finding a cure for autism and chronic diseases.

In an interview, she expressed her views on chronic illness. She had a personal experience with in vitro fertilization (IVF). When attempting to conceive her first child, she was informed that she wouldn’t be a suitable candidate for IVF due to her polycystic ovary syndrome. However, two years later, she naturally conceived her daughter.

Additionally, Shanahan has grown disillusioned with the Democratic Party, citing their perceived lack of progress on environmental issues and children’s health. Her advocacy extends beyond politics, as she fights for causes like criminal justice reform, regenerative agriculture, and reproductive longevity.

Nicole Shanahan’s journey from paralegal to tech entrepreneur and her involvement in legal informatics make her a remarkable figure in the tech and legal world. 🌟

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Grace Price, 18

Grace Price, an 18-year-old biochemistry enthusiast, embarked on a two-year quest to uncover the truth about cancer. Known as Travelingenes on Twitter, she delved into a burning question: “Is cancer merely a random genetic disease?” Her journey led her across the country, seeking knowledge on cancer’s origins.

The documentary “Cancer: A Food-Born Illness” chronicles her exploration. Grace discovered that the most potent cure for cancer lies in prevention through lifestyle choices. Despite its seemingly straightforward conclusion, this revelation emerged after rigorous research spanning scientific papers and interviews with top oncology experts and even Coca-Cola whistle-blowers.

Grace’s mission is to illuminate the connection between The Average American Diet and cancer. The film aims to provide a clear picture of this link, shedding light on America’s top killers. Keep an eye out for the documentary’s premiere! 🎬🍎🌿

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More Nicole & Grace

Nicole Ann Shanahan, born on September 16, 1985, is an accomplished American technologist and attorney. Let’s delve into her fascinating journey:

  1. Early Life and Education:
    • Nicole was born in Placer County, California, to a Chinese immigrant family.
    • She grew up in Oakland, California and attended Saint Mary’s College High School.
    • Later, she moved to Washington state and earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Puget Sound.
    • Her studies included Asian studies, economics, and Mandarin Chinese.
  2. Career Highlights:
    • Before law school, Nicole worked as a paralegal and a patent specialist at RPX Corp, a defensive patent aggregator.
    • She continued her education at Santa Clara University School of Law, graduating with a Juris Doctor in 2014.
    • During law school, she was an exchange student at the National University of Singapore.
    • Nicole’s interest in patent law led her to found ClearAccessIP, a legal tech company based in Palo Alto.
    • She later sold ClearAccessIP to a competitor, IPwe, in 2020.
  3. Research and Advocacy:
    • Nicole was a fellow at Stanford Law School’s CodeX, the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics.
    • She has spoken about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on law and the legal profession.
  4. Personal Life:
    • Nicole was married to Google co-founder Sergey Brin from 2018 until their divorce in 2023.
    • In 2024, she became the running mate of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in his independent presidential campaign.
    • While she clarifies that she is “not an anti-vaxxer,” Nicole supports Kennedy’s anti-vaccine advocacy and questions the scientific consensus on their safety and efficacy.
  5. Bia-Echo Foundation:
    • In 2019, Nicole established her private foundation, Bia-Echo.
    • She currently serves as the President of the foundation, which focuses on impactful initiatives.
Nicole Shanahan: from philanthropist lawyer to RFK Jr’s running mate
Shanahan, 38, may be best known as the ex-wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin, and was one of Kennedy’s biggest donors
Cancer: A Food-Borne Illness


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