Anne Wojcicki Net Worth 2022 – Salary, Income, Earnings

Anne Wojcicki Net Worth

Anne Wojcicki has an estimated net worth of $800 million.  Anne Wojcicki is an American biologist, co-founder, and CEO of the personal genomics company 23andMe. She earns most of her income from business ventures. 

Anne Wojcicki is a pioneer in bringing genome mapping to the general public for lineage tracking and medical treatment. She is the ex-wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin. She and her husband were once one of Silicon Valley’s most powerful couples. Their marriage, however, ended after two children.

This did not deter Wojcicki from living her life as she desired. Her saliva-based personal genome test kit was named the Times Magazine’s ‘Invention of the Year’ in 2008. She was named ‘The Most Daring CEO’ by the American business magazine ‘Fast Company’ in their October 2013 issue.

To calculate the net worth of Anne Wojcicki, subtract all her liabilities from her total assets. Investments, savings, cash deposits, and any equity she has in a house, car, or other similar asset are included in the total assets. All debts, such as personal loans and mortgages, are included in total liabilities.

Here’s the breakdown of her net worth:

Name: Anne Wojcicki
Net Worth: $800 Million
Monthly Salary: $3 Million+
Annual Income: $50 Million per year
Source of Wealth: Entrepreneur

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Childhood & Early Life

Stanley and Esther Wojcicki gave birth to Anne Wojcicki on July 28, 1973, in San Mateo County, California, USA. His mother was Jewish, and his father was of Polish descent. Susan and Janet are her two sisters. Susan grew up to become You Tube’s CEO, and Janet is a renowned anthropologist and epidemiologist at the University of California.

Her parents were both educators. Anne grew up on the Stanford University campus with her sisters, where her father was a physics professor. Her mother was a journalist and a member of the non-profit organization ‘Creative Commons.’ She enjoyed sports and learned figure skating and ice hockey at a young age while on campus.

She and her sisters attended Gunn High School in Palo Alto, California. The school administration recognized her talent for writing and command of the language, and she was appointed editor of the school magazine ‘The Oracle.’ She enjoyed writing about sports and was awarded a scholarship for her efforts.

Anne Wojcicki went on to study biology at Yale University. Her interest in sports continued into her university years. During her childhood, she participated in competitive ice skating and played for the university women’s ice hockey team. She earned her BS in biology in 1996 and went on to conduct molecular biology research at the National Institute of Health and the University of California, San Diego.

Anne has always believed in gender equality and has worked hard to achieve her goals both on and off the job. Her mother was the most influential person in her life, and she was primarily responsible for instilling in her the confidence to believe in herself and strive to fulfill her own life mission.

Career

Anne Wojcicki began her career as a health care investment analyst with ‘Passport Capital,’ a San Francisco-based investment firm, where she spent ten years. During this time, she concentrated on biotechnology institutions because the prospects of biotechnology piqued her interest. However, she did not like the work culture or the concern for health care on Wall Street and decided to leave in 2000.

Initially, she considered taking the MCAT to pursue a career in medicine. Her interest in biotechnology, however, won out, and she ended up conducting research on the subject. In 2006, she co-founded the personal genomics and biotechnology company ’23andMe’ with Linda Avey, another biologist. The company was named after the 23 pairs of chromosomes found in a single normal human cell, which served as the foundation for her research.

The company was founded in Mountain View, California, to provide personal genomics, biotechnology, and genetic testing. It got off to a good start under Wojcicki’s leadership, who took over as CEO of the company. In 2008, Times Magazine named their personal genome test kit, which uses saliva-based personal genome, the “Invention of the Year.” Furthermore, in their October 2013 issue, the American business magazine ‘Fast Company’ named Anne Wojcicki “The Most Daring CEO.”

Today, ’23andMe’ has created one of the most comprehensive databases of personal genetic information in the world in order to empower its customers to take control of their healthcare through the concept of ‘Own Your Own Data.’ Their company website, 23andMe.com, contains a wealth of information for both customers and those conducting research.

The company launched a standalone $ 99 Ancestry Service that allows anyone interested in tracing their genetic lineage to do so by providing a saliva sample. Wojcicki aimed to broaden her clientele to include people of various races from around the world. However, the project was criticized for a lack of genetic data from the world’s diverse population. Following that, she began a series of programs to populate her database with as many ethnic groups as possible, including people of color.

Wojcicki has long believed that scientists are underappreciated in comparison to other celebrities. She wanted to add some glitz to the world of science, so she co-founded the ‘Breakthrough Awards’ in the United States to honor outstanding scientists.

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Awards & Achievements

Wojcicki rose to prominence through her biotechnology research and co-founding of the start-up ’23andMe.’ Times Magazine named her saliva-based personal genome test kit the ‘Invention of the Year’ in 2008.

Anne Wojcicki was nominated for the 9th Annual ‘Crunches Award’ in the category of ‘Founder of the Year’ in 2016.

She was named ‘The Most Daring CEO’ by the American business magazine ‘Fast Company’ in their October 2013 issue.

Personal Life

Anne met Google co-founder Sergey Brin at the home of her sister, who also worked for the company. In May 2007, she married Sergey in a private ceremony attended by only about 60 people. They became one of Silicon Valley’s most powerful couples. They have a son named Beji Wojin and a daughter named Chloe Wojin.

Anne and her husband began living apart in 2013 after rumors circulated that he was dating Google Marketing Manager Amanda Rosenberg. Finally, in 2015, they divorced and went their separate ways.

She later began dating New York Yankees hitter Alex Rodriguez. The baseball player has previously been linked to Madonna, Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz, and others. Wojcicki’s relationship catapulted her into the social media spotlight because she was unlike Rodriguez’s previous girlfriends. Anne, on the other hand, claims that she does not follow herself on social media and is unconcerned about what others think of her. Their relationship lasted about a year.

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Anne Wojcicki Quotes

If you want to change this world, this community that we all live in, then get up and do it. And just start something.

 

A solid foundation in genetics is increasingly important for everyone.

 

It’s just the reality. Everyone’s going to die and everyone’s going to get sick at some point. But I do believe that there are choices you can make in life that will make you as healthy as possible.

 

I think that Google has definitely influenced my moral values and the ethics. I think when Larry Page started the company, they weren’t in it for the money. They started it because they really wanted to create something that; one, they wanted, and two, they thought was going to change the world.

 

I think we are definitely suffering from an information overload, but I believe that there is going to be better and better ways of organizing that information and processing it so that it will enhance your daily life. I just think that technology and information, it’s overwhelming at the moment, but it’s really going to make life better.

 

Wall Street was sort of at the height of the fame, everyone thought it was really cool, and I think taking that job, doing something probably more for the money was probably the worst thing I think I’ve ever done.

 

I think the U.S. is falling behind. There’s massive government initiatives going around the world and you see that there’s a real enthusiasm for genetics.

 

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