Full Name
Emma Heming Willis
Job Title
Make Time Wellness
Speaker Bio

Emma Heming Willis is a British and Indian/West Indian model, entrepreneur, advocate, wife, mother of two, and stepmother of three. Ms. Willis is Chief Impact Officer and Co-founder of Make Time Wellness and Chief Executive Officer and Founder of CocoBaba, a vegan skincare company. In 2022, her husband, Bruce Willis, was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD), and she has since become a powerful advocate for caregivers, raising awareness for dementia and the importance of brain health. Her overarching goal is to see an end to FTD and all forms of neurodegenerative diseases.

This year, Ms. Willis launched the Make Time Podcast, along with Co-host and Co-founder Helen Christoni. Amplifying the movement of the wellness brand they created, each episode is dedicated to championing women, guiding them to prioritize and carve out time for the things that matter most, with an emphasis on caring for oneself.

Furthermore, she hosts the “Make Time to Connect” YouTube program, which is committed to bringing important information about brain health and dementia to those in need. The program also extends a supportive voice, offering advice and a warm hug to all caregivers. Content includes interviews with experts and doctors as well as people in similar situations who benefit from their shared experiences.    
Ms. Willis is writing her first book, which is dedicated to caregivers and will be published by Maria Shriver’s imprint, The Open Field.

Emma Heming Willis