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Fiona Gilbert is a godsend. She wears so many hats at once, including that of a friend.
– Natasha D.
About Fiona

After spending 15 years as a chronically ill patient, she now juggles several roles that drive her passion to bring affordable, sensible and personalized wellness to everyone.

She’s:
CEO of Quanta Therapies – a multinational bioenergy, biohacking, life science company.

Co-founder at Haumea Health – an international fertility coaching company with a focus on assisting LGBTQI+ families.

Co-founder at Devas Being Divas – a holistic retreat for women rediscovering themselves, their courage and their purpose.

Amongst the many hats she has worn across the decades, Fiona has been a waitress, fast food restaurant manager, university lecturer, historical ethnographer, Silicon Valley executive wife, mother, exercise physiologist & biohacker.

Fiona’s Projects
Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. – Harriet Tubman

Fiona is driven by projects that she believes will make a difference in how we live our lives. Our lives should be passionate, full of wonder and kind.

Bioenergy technology quite literally saved Fiona’s life but the journey to discover it was epic. Fiona founded Quanta Therapies to bring affordable bioenergy technology to as many people as possible. To remember that the human body is self-healing but sometimes needs a helping hand. Fiona uses Quanta products in her private clinic.

Fiona & Lesley Benson created Devas Being Divas. It was created for the times in our lives when we would like companionship, camaraderie and to be part of a tribe or group to do something that we have a burning desire to accomplish.

Devas is a community of like-minded individuals, a tribe of women who live across the globe that come together for a time to create the space to achieve what you desire. We all have busy lives, and this journey of life we all are on has countless twists and turns. Devas want to be one of these intersections where you feel safe and supported. To allow you to have an experience, learn a new skill or explore new avenues to design a life you truly want to live.

Fiona is a proud member of the Rotary Club of Menlo Park in California. When selecting a Rotary Club to join, Fiona picked Menlo Park because of its scholarship program. The Rotary Club of Menlo Park Foundation has 4-year scholarships as well as a limited number of community college scholarships aimed largely at students who are first-generation college attendees. This holds special meaning in her life; her dad was a first-generation university graduate.

Fiona serves on the Scholarship Committee, Continuing Support Committee, and is a mentor to 4 students.

She is a Paul Harris Fellow as well as a member of the Paul Harris Society with a special interest in End Polio Now.

Haumea is a fertility-rich lifestyle clinic dedicated to preparing women for pregnancy and beyond. Fiona spent the last decade working with postpartum women where the state of their bodies can be described as “jumping out of a plane where the parachute failed to deploy”. It left her to wonder why are we not preparing for pregnancy? Why are we not training and supporting the soft tissue and systems to grow another human? Why are we not taking the time to educate women about their bodies and pregnancy? To teach women that they need the optimal body composition customized to them?

In collaboration with Sarah Koszyk, an award-winning dietitian, Haumea (the Hawaiian goddess of fertility) is committed to helping all women trying to conceive. Sarah & Fiona support the LGBTQI+ community and work with many lesbian couples and surrogates for gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning partners trying to grow their family. They are advocates of equality and quality care filled with love and joy.

Philanthropy
Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. – Desmond Tutu

For Fiona it is a privilege to be in a position where you can be of service to your community and the wider world.

Fiona has been travelling to Nepal since 2007. While there, she dedicates time at Kirtipur Hospital with Dr Shankar Rai’s surgical and rehabilitation teams.