National Magazine Award finalist McKenzie Funk is a cofounder of the journalism cooperative Deca, a board member at the Amplifier Foundation, and the author of Windfall: The Booming Business of Global Warming, named a book of the year by The New Yorker, Mother Jones, Salon, and Amazon.com and the winner of a 2015 PEN Literary Award. Mac's writing appears in Harper's, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, Outside, and The New York Times Magazine. A 2017 Open Society Fellow, he speaks five languages and is a native of the Pacific Northwest, where he lives with his wife and sons.
In 2015, in a secret medical procedure carried out in Bogota, Colombia, the 44-year-old woman got dozens of experimental gene-therapy injections. Why? Because Parrish, the creator of a longevity company called BioViva, believes that science is on the cusp of delivering radically longer lifespans—and she wants to help bring on the revolution.