FOXO Technologies Inc. (NYSEAM: FOXO), a leader in commercializing epigenetic biomarkers of health and aging, today announced the resignation of Taylor Fay as Chief Operating Officer of the Company, effective April 28, 2023.
“I am extremely proud of our achievements throughout Taylor’s tenure at FOXO,” said Tyler Danielson, interim CEO, and Chief Technology Officer at FOXO. “His leadership and work ethic inspired those around him, and we are a more talented and dedicated team because of his contributions. The Board and executive leadership thank Taylor for his leadership and wish him well in his future endeavors.”
“Throughout my tenure at FOXO, I have worked alongside an exceptional team dedicated to driving our organization's success,” said Mr. Fay. “It has been a sincere honor to serve as COO and I am excited for FOXO’s future. I look forward to continuing to support the company’s leadership any way I can.”
About FOXO Technologies Inc. (“FOXO”)
FOXO is a biotechnology company dedicated to improving human health and longevity through the development of cutting-edge technology and product solutions for various industries, including life insurance. FOXO's epigenetic technology applies AI to DNA methylation to identify molecular biomarkers of human health and aging. FOXO is committed to leveraging the latest advancements in science and technology to help people live better, longer lives. For more information about FOXO, visit www.foxotechnologies.com.
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