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Silicon Valley Veterans Sarah Imbach and Larry Tesler Join 23andMe Management Team
Date:12/17/2008

P> Mr. Tesler has over forty years of management and technical experience in the computer industry. He most recently worked at Yahoo! as Vice President of User Experience & Design and Research Fellow. Previously, he served as Vice President of Shopping Experience at Amazon.com, President of Stagecast, and Vice President and Chief Scientist of Apple. His early career included positions at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) and the Stanford University Department of Genetics. As Product Fellow at 23andMe, Mr. Tesler will advise and support the product and science teams, focusing on innovation, customer experience, and strategic planning.

Ms. Imbach said, "I have worked in the start-up world for most of my career and have always enjoyed helping new companies and entrepreneurs take their innovative visions to the next level. 23andMe is on the forefront of a new industry that has the potential to transform health care and the public's understanding of genetics, and I am excited to help the company realize this potential."

Mr. Tesler echoed this sentiment, "23andMe has a fantastic group of creative and dedicated people. The Personal Genome Service they have developed is intriguing, but it's just the beginning. We have new projects in the pipeline to enhance the user experience and further our goal of making genetics accessible to consumers."

"We are thrilled to have Sarah and Larry join our rapidly expanding team," said Linda Avey, 23andMe co-founder. "The past year has been one of consistent growth and development for 23andMe. It will be a great benefit to have Sarah and La
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