Dr. Jacqueline Shreibati, M.D., M.S., FACC, is a senior clinical lead at Google. Featured in Business Insider’s 2022 list of 30 leaders under 40 transforming healthcare, she leads a team of physicians guiding consumer health projects at Google, including wearables and the Android developer ecosystem, and covering focus areas including heart health, women’s health and sleep health. She was previously Chief Medical Officer at AliveCor, a start-up pioneering FDA-cleared artificial intelligence techniques for mobile EKGs. Dr. Shreibati is adjunct faculty at Stanford University School of Medicine, and oversees cardiology trainees at a federally qualified health center in Redwood City, California. She is active with the American College of Cardiology in areas of advocacy and clinician well-being, and is involved with Biodesign programs at Stanford and UCLA. Dr. Shreibati received her B.A. from Columbia, and M.D. and M.S. in health services research from Stanford.