Everlywell appointed Judith Rodin as an independent member of its board. The company also named seven new members to its scientific advisory board. Rodin has been a board member of Aetna, Citibroup, and Comcast NBCUniversal. She also was an advisor to President Clinton as a member of the President's Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology. In 1994, she became the first woman permanently appointed to lead an Ivy League university, the University of Pennsylvania, and she was president of the Rockefeller Foundation for more than a decade.
The new members of Everlywell's scientific advisory board are Betsy Nabel, president of Brigham Health and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School; Martin Chavez, chief of maternal fetal medicine at NYU Winthrop Hospital; Gregory Heath, former executive at Illumina and Roche Diagnostics; and Naglaa Rizk, assistant professor at Rutgers University and medical director of ambulatory services at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center.
Also named to the company's SAB were Robert Klees, research scientist at the Wadsworth Center of the New York State Department of Health; Mark DePristo, CEO and founder of BigHat Biosciences and founder of the Genomics team at Google Brain; and Marie McDonnell, chief of the diabetes section at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and lecturer at Harvard Medical School.