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Esther Dyson: Using Data to Revolutionize Wellness

Esther Dyson
Esther Dyson
Executive Founder
Wellville
April 14, 2022
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Esther Dyson is an investor, journalist, author, and philanthropist. She is the executive founder of Wellville, a nonprofit project focused on improving equitable wellbeing.

Esther and Auren discuss the structural problems that drive poor wellbeing across modern society. They dive into potential solutions ranging from improving parenting to the role of government. 

They also discuss how untapped data about people can potentially revolutionize health and wellness. 

You can find Auren Hoffman (CEO of SafeGraph) on Twitter at @auren and Esther Dyson at @edyson

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