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Rachelle Sweet and Elizabeth Parrish Conversations03-21-23 Expressive Origins with Dr. Rachelle Simpson Sweet & Elizabeth (Liz) Parrish

Dr. Rachelle Simpson Sweet was born in the UK and moved to the USA at age 13. She currently lives in Nashua, New Hampshire. She has a diverse background living in many countries in her life and working in a variety of settings. She has interests in finance and real estate and spent many years investing and managing real estate in the US and internationally. She received a formal doctoral education in Clinical Neuropsychology at Nova Southeastern University, a Post-doctoral fellowship at Evanston Northwestern in Pediatric Clinical Neuropsychology. and has now branched into genetic evaluations. She completed a rotation in Health Psychology at Henry Ford Hospital. She holds certifications in Health and Well-being coaching, emphasizing positive psychology and Lifestyle Medicine. She has presented research within neuropsychology at professional conferences and contributed writing pieces for 3 different published books. Struggling with weight issues and dieting since 13 years of age. She understands what it’s like to have diets fail and feel like you can’t change your body’s programs. After years of struggling, observing family members with illness, and studying psychology, neuropsychology, and genetics, she came to understand biological individuality and epigenetics. Learning that each of us has a unique blueprint. Based on this, she has developed the B.E.S.T. Living™ coaching program to assist clients to find their best state of thriving. She also launched the B.E.S.T. Living™ Show podcast.

Elizabeth (Liz) Parrish, MBA, is the Founder and CEO of BioViva Science USA Inc. BioViva is committed to extending healthy lifespans using gene therapy. BioViva works on combinatorial gene therapies with its proprietary CMV gene therapy delivery platform. Liz is a humanitarian, entrepreneur, author, and innovator. She is a proponent of the Best Choice Medicine plan (BCM), a more efficient and streamlined regulatory model around the use of genetic therapies. She is actively involved in international educational outreach and is a founding member of several 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the space. She considers aging a disease and believes the advancements in space will lead to healthier and longer lifespans with the added benefit of safer space travel and curative medicine for patients under 20.

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