Improving How People are Cared for Throughout the Continuum of Life
Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider is a physician, founder, speaker, producer, writer and the host of the TED Health Podcast. She works as an internist practicing medicine at Crossover Health in San Francisco. She received her medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR and completed residency at California Pacific Medical Center where she serves on the Executive Board of the Foundation Board of Trustees. She is the founder and President of the Board of End Well and is an LP in Trucks Venture Capital Fund.
In 2017, Shoshana founded the End Well Foundation. End Well is an annual interdisciplinary convening and media platform focused on transforming the end of life into a human-centered experience. Learn more about End Well here.
40 Under 40 by the San Francisco Business Times
Becker's Hospital Review Rising Stars: 90 Healthcare Leaders under 40
Huffington Post’s 99 “Limit Breaking Female Founders”
2018 Woman of the Year by Women Healthcare Executives of Northern California
2020 Changemaker by Hospice News
Shoshana is the host of the new TED Health Podcast. You can tune in wherever you listen to podcasts.
In recent years, years Shoshana was involved with two Academy Award-nominated Netflix short documentaries about the end of life experience: Extremis and End Game. Her most recent project is a biographical documentary film about the life of Robin Williams, Robin's Wish. Click here to learn more about the films she's worked with.