Carrie Zawatsky, MS, CGC is Senior Genetic Counselor/Project Manager and Director of Research Development in the Genomes2People Research Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Carrie is involved in a variety of genomic sequencing projects and her work is most closely focused on the NIH-funded PopSeq Project (Return of Genomic Results and Estimating Penetrance in Population-Based Cohorts), as well as the METRICS Project (Medical/Economic Impact and Behavioral Responses to Integrating the Sanford Chip), funded by Sanford Health. She works with the Partners HealthCare Biobank to return unanticipated actionable genetic findings to Biobank participants and serves on the Partners Return of Results Working Group. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor, MGH Institute of Health Professions and serves on their Advisory Board and their Research Oversight Committee. She is currently working with the National Society of Genetic Counselor’s Practice Guidelines committee to develop a practice resource on proactive genetic testing and has previously served on their Board of Directors. Carrie received her MS in Genetic Counseling from the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health in 2006.