Dr. Ron Sinha and Dr. Toni Brayer
Ronesh Sinha, M.D., is an internal medicine physician at Palo Alto Medical Foundation, leading its corporate strategy and wellness division and designing programs to help employees and their families lead healthier lives. The author of The South Asian Health Solution, Dr. Sinha has published a free COVID Survival Guide which is being used by major corporations and thousands of individuals worldwide to help people fortify their immune system and improve overall health to reduce the risk of a severe COVID-19 infection.
His groundbreaking work in reversing diabetes in diverse populations has received global attention with front cover stories in Fortune Magazine and the Los Angeles Times. He is a highly sought-after two-time TEDx speaker, blogs actively on health at culturalhealthsolutions.com, and hosts a popular Bay Area weekly radio show on health.
Toni Brayer, M.D., FACP, is a female trailblazer in health care, with a background spanning clinical excellence and expertise within both primary and specialty care, in hospitals and ambulatory medical clinics. Dr. Brayer's passions include improving health and the healthcare delivery system, empowerment of women, writing, social justice and human rights.
She served as CEO of Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation, an affiliate of Sutter Health, and was previously the Chief Medical Officer for Sutter Bay Area and West Bay Division since 2004. A former Chief of Staff at California Pacific Medical Center and past president of the San Francisco Medical Society, Dr. Brayer was a delegate to the California Medical Association and served as vice-chair of the Board for the Institute for Medical Quality until 2003.
In 2010 she received the American College of Physicians, Northern California Chapter award for volunteerism and community service for her medical work at Katrina, Honduras and Haiti earthquake. She was named a "Health Care Hero" for her work by the San Francisco Times in 2012.
The San Francisco Business Times named Dr. Brayer to its list of "The Bay Area's 100 Most Influential Women in Business" from 2005-2012, and in 2013 she was named to the "Forever Influential Honor Role." She recently served on the Board of Directors for the Northern California Chapter of Make-a-Wish Foundation as Vice Chair and was the organization's Medical Advisor. She authors a blog called EverythingHealth.net which was a finalist for the 2010 best Ethics and Health Policy weblog. She graduated cum laude from Arizona State University and earned her Medical Degree from University of Arizona, College of Medicine.