Sophie is the founder of Global Health Aging, an award-nominated website exploring the implications of longer and healthier lives. Her bylines and insights have appeared in Forbes, PBS Next Avenue, and IEEE Potentials, among others. A TEDMED 2020 Research Scholar, she was selected for her expertise in public health, bioinformatics and gerontology. Sophie has worked on various projects across public and private sectors, from managing healthy ageing portfolios to analyzing the impact of dementia on U.S. millennial caregivers. Her memberships include the New York Academy of Medicine and Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society. She also serves as an advisor to humanKINDER, a company that shines a light on untold ideas, stories, and solutions for systems change. An advocate for science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), Sophie supports causes that improve women and minority representation. She is a frequent speaker on technology and inequality, older adults, mentorship, and STEM inclusion.