Eve uses her platform to destigmatize cervical healthcare and improve women's access to quality care by elevating it from whisper networks into public dialogue.
Eve has partnered with the medical community to advance cervical cancer treatment technology. Her first initiative is in the field of brachytherapy.
Eve is actively engaging in development opportunities to advance women's healthcare through education, policy, literacy and access initiatives.
FemTech entrepreneur, Eve McDavid, is a Google strategy executive and stage IIB cervical cancer survivor. She began her career in media and technology at the beginning of the modern digital marketing era. For more than a decade at Google, Eve has specialized in building strategic partnerships with executive clients spanning private industry and the public sector. She's built a track record of thought leadership by introducing industries to new technology and demonstrating how adoption unlocks unparalleled growth.
In January 2020, Eve was diagnosed with cancer a month before her second baby was due. She underwent aggressive treatment in New York City during the rise of the COVID-19 Pandemic. With her husband's unwavering devotion and the commitment of an unflappable care team, Eve reached Remission in 2021. Experiencing so many staggering life events while the world also rapidly changed, she embraced this catalyst to reflect on her treatment and care, becoming deeply aware of her privileges and resources that helped produce her extraordinary outcome.
Forever transformed by cervical cancer, Eve is a passionate advocate for women's healthcare access and equity. As a woman in tech who specializes in complex problem solving, she's joined the World Health Organization's fight to eradicate Cervical Cancer by 2030. She's also collaborating with Weill Cornell Medicine to modernize treatment devices to improve women's care, outcomes and access.
Eve has a Bachelors in Journalism from the world-renowned University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism with minors in business and psychology. She and her husband live for their young two children and for families everywhere touched by cancer.