Global Health Aging Principal and Host exploring implications of longer and healthier lives; Forbes Healthcare Contributor; M.P.H. Gerontology; B.S. Bioinformatics; Aspiring Medical Correspondent.

Sophie has worked across various sectors in public health and policy, bioinformatics research, and aging. Her byline and insights have appeared in Forbes, Salon, Inverse, PBS Next Avenue, IEEE Potentials, Massive Science, and Philips, among other outlets. She is passionate about Technology Innovation in Healthy Aging and how it can tackle scientific and social problems using storytelling and design thinking. As an Advocate for STEM, Sophie supports causes that improve women and minority representation. She is a TEDMED 2020 Research Scholar and serves as an Advisor to humanKINDER, a company that shines a light on untold stories, ideas, and solutions, for systems change. She also holds memberships in The New York Academy of Medicine and Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society. In her free time, Sophie enjoys nature, books, and improv. Let’s collaborate and use innovation as a tool to improve health care quality for historically underrepresented groups.