Prenetics Appoints Kathryn M. Henry and David Vanderveen to Board of Directors

Adding Decades of Public Company and Board Expertise as Prenetics Readies for Expansion into Consumer Health and Wellness

LOS ANGELES, July 01, 2024 — Prenetics Global Limited (NASDAQ: PRE) (“Prenetics” or the “Company”), a leading health sciences company, welcomes Kathryn M. Henry and David Vanderveen as independent directors to the Company’s Board of Directors.

Prenetics CEO Danny Yeung expressed enthusiasm about the addition of Kathryn and David to the company’s board, highlighting their extensive experience in consumer and health sectors. He believes their leadership in driving global expansion and operational excellence will significantly enhance shareholder value as Prenetics expands into consumer health and wellness.

“I am thrilled to join Prenetics at such a pivotal moment,” stated Kathryn Henry. “I look forward to contributing to the company’s growth and leveraging my experience to help drive its expansion into the consumer health and wellness sector.”

“I am incredibly impressed by Prenetics’ comprehensive approach to consumer health and wellness,” said David Vanderveen. “I am confident our strategy will significantly disrupt the market and look forward to leveraging my experience in helping Prenetics achieve its ambitious goals.”

Kathyrn M. Henry

Ms. Henry’s extensive experience in leading global information and technology operations, particularly in consumer retail and technology sectors, aligns perfectly with Prenetics’ strategic positioning into consumer health and wellness.

Currently, Ms. Henry serves as an independent director at Lululemon, where she has been a board member for over eight years and is a member of the Audit & Compensation Committee. She previously held the position of Chief Information Officer, Logistics & Distribution at Lululemon from 2010 to 2014, overseeing all global information and technology operations for the company.

Prior to joining Lululemon in 2010, Ms. Henry worked at Gap, Inc., serving as Vice President and Chief Information Officer of International IT and Gap North America.

David Vanderveen

Mr. Vanderveen’s extensive experience in the beverage, nutrition, and technology sectors, coupled with his proven track record, aligns seamlessly with Prenetics’ strategic positioning into consumer health and wellness.

Mr. Vanderveen boasts a successful 30-year track record in beverage, nutrition, and technology, working for both private and public companies. From 2022 until recently, he served as CEO of Nirvana Water Sciences, where he developed a team of functional beverage and supplement experts to transform the brand, product portfolio, go-to-market strategy, and execution of the business.

From 2002 to 2015, Mr. Vanderveen was the founder and CEO of XS Worldwide, a company with a portfolio of energy drinks and nutrition products. XS partnered with Amway Corporation, reaching annual sales exceeding $400 million, in more than 60 countries. XS was sold to Amway in 2015, where Mr. Vanderveen served as Global General Manager for XS, achieving maximum earn-out through 2018.

About Prenetics

Prenetics (NASDAQ:PRE), a leading health sciences company, is revolutionizing prevention, early detection, and treatment. Our prevention arm, CircleDNA, uses whole exome sequencing to offer the world’s most comprehensive consumer DNA test. Insighta, our $200 million joint venture with renowned scientist Prof. Dennis Lo, underscores our unwavering commitment to saving lives through pioneering multi-cancer early detection technologies. Lastly, our treatment unit, ACT Genomics, has achieved FDA clearance for comprehensive genomic profiling of solid tumors through its ACTOnco platform. Each of Prenetics’ units synergistically enhances our global impact on health, truly embodying our commitment to ‘enhancing life through science’. To learn more about Prenetics, please visit

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