Jocelyn Tseng

Jossy is a resident physician, training in a combined internal medicine and preventive medicine program at Kaiser-UCSF. She founded the Legacy Project in 2010 after losing her father from brain cancer and her mother from chronic Lyme disease complications. In addition to Jossy's passion for the Legacy Project, she is also interested in the intersection of preventive medicine, mobile technology and behavior change. 

Linda Dackman

Linda coordinates videos for the Legacy Project. Linda was first diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 34. She has published three books related to breast cancer from the patient's point of view, focusing on the psycho-social concerns at a time when that was still taboo. She has also published articles in everything from Vogue to The New York Times. She is a skilled interviewer who has conducted interviews over the course of her career. 


Michel Fraser

Michel is an independent filmmaker specializing in the fields of art and education. Michel's first documentary Xavier Viramontes: A Life in Print broadcast nationally on PBS and public television. Additional documentary work includes A Flight Plan for the California Condor, Tigers on a Plane, Action for Wildlife, Golden Gate Opus, Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful, Last Call: the Specs Film, The Wild Party, In Xanadu, and 7 Visions. It is an honor and privilege to document in a video format an individual's life path, personal meaning and values for present and future family generations.