Ancestry obviously is building its DNA business. The following announcement was written by Ancestry.com:
LEHI, Utah and SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 03, 2016 — Ancestry, the global leader in family history and consumer genomics, today announced three new appointments to its growing leadership team. As the world’s largest consumer genomics provider, having genotyped 2.5 million DNA samples, Ancestry is continuing to add to its roster of talent as it seeks to help millions of consumers better understand themselves and the world around them by unlocking the secrets hidden in their genes.
The three appointments announced today:
Amy Gershkoff, Ph.D., most recently the chief data officer at Zynga, is joining as Ancestry’s first chief data officer.
Sarah South, Ph.D., who previously served as vice president of Laboratory Operations at 23andme, has been appointed as vice president of Laboratory Sciences
Todd Davis, who has led global talent acquisition at both Amazon and Dropbox, is joining as vice president of Global Talent.