Family Office Advisor:
Dr. Stangler has worked with family members, family office principals and trustees of distinguished family offices around the world. Dr. Stangler served for over a decade as the in-house Chief Health and Wellbeing Officer in a family office based in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Barbados. In this role she functioned as the organization’s psychological and medical advisor. In that capacity she translated genomics and epigenetics breakthroughs to enhance health and longevity, mitigate risk and promote enduring family legacy.
As Advisor to the Personal Genetics Education Project at Harvard Medical School Department of Genetics, she was co-creator of several symposia: “Genes, Technology and Incalculable Ethics: The Family Office of the Future“. These events gathered the world’s most prominent geneticists with global family office principals and advisors to address life science entrepreneurship, investment and ethics.
Dr. Stangler is a frequently invited guest of global family office conferences, speaking about psychological and interpersonal issues related to wealth. She also addresses the essential role of DNA sciences, especially genomics and epigenetics, in strategic planning, including governance, succession and legacy creation. She is also active in the family office press and podcast world. The New York Times has published multiple pieces by Dr. Stangler on the state of the family office.
“Science has taught us that our genes are not our absolute destiny. With every thought, emotion and experience, we act as the epigenetic engineer of our cells, our body and our life.”
“Psychotherapy has always been a powerful epigenetic intervention. Only now do we understand it as definitive, actionable science.”
“Epigenetics is a powerful new lens, a force multiplier of positive change, and a source of agency when it is most needed.”