Kathy Fields Biography
Kathy Fields is a dermatologist in San Francisco with a private practice and is a board-certified dermatologist with Stanford training who has been in private practice in San Francisco since 1987.
How old is Kathy Fields? – Age
She is 63 years old as of 2021. She was born in 1958 in San Francisco, California.
Kathy Fields Family – Education
Kathy had two brothers and sisters. Her father was a neurologist who specialized in ophthalmology. Fields began her secondary education at Northwestern University before transferring to the University of Florida to earn a BS in Neurobiological Chemistry. Fields pursued a medical degree after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Miami School of Medicine. After that, she went on to complete her dermatology residency at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Who is Kathy Fields Married to? – Husband
She is a widow. She was married to the late David L. Lander. The couple married in 1979 until his death in 2020. David was an actor, comedian, musician, and baseball scout.
What is Kathy Fields Net Worth?
Her net worth is estimated to be $1.5 billion. In 2018, Forbes ranked her eighth on its list of “America’s Self-Made Women.”
Kathy Fields Rodan + Fields
Kathy and her business partner Katie Rodan founded two successful skincare companies, Proactiv and Rodan + Fields. Rodan + Fields, a multilevel marketing firm with approximately 200,000 ‘consultants,’ saw its sales fall from $1.6 billion in 2018 to around $1.1 billion in 2020. Moody’s downgraded the outlook on Rodan + Fields’ debt to a very high credit risk rating in April 2020. TPG, a private equity firm, paid $1 billion for a 25% stake in Rodan + Fields in 2018. The two dermatologists sold their Proactiv royalties to a joint venture between Guthy Renker and Nestle, which markets the product, in 2016.
Kathy Fields Career
Fields is a well-known expert in her field and has been quoted in numerous magazines, including Glamour, Self, McCall’s, Allure, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, and Good Housekeeping. She also works like a beauty and skin consultant for Nordstrom stores and is a consultant for KRON-TV, Channel 4, and San Francisco News. She has appeared on The View, Discovery Channel, and other national television shows.
As an authority on skin disease and aging, Fields devotes a significant portion of his practice to cosmetic dermatology and assisting patients who want to minimize the appearance of the negative effects of sun exposure. She offers collagen and Botox treatments, as well as skin peels and sclerotherapy. She offers collagen and Botox treatments, skin peels, leg vein sclerotherapy, laser surgery, and liposuction. Fields has been listed in Who’s Who in America Women and American Business as an expert in her field. She is a national speaker to her peers on acne, Botox injections, liposuction, aging skin, cancer, and breakthrough dermatology.
Fields’ professional goal is to educate doctors and patients about the many common and complex dermatological conditions and treatments available today, ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics and cancer. Furthermore, she wishes to have an impact on the cosmetics industry by facilitating access to effective treatments.