Kendall Snyder is from Torrington, Connecticut. She graduated from Rutgers University in 2016 and majored in Genetics. Following graduation, Kendall worked as a Clinical Specialist and Genetic Counseling Coordinator for CooperGenomics, where she was introduced to carrier screening. Kendall also volunteers with the NJ Chapter of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America and holds board positions as Executive Secretary and Chairman of the Youth Outreach committee. Through her volunteer work Kendall has facilitated a connection with the local HD youth organizations, incorporated youth breakout sessions into the chapter’s education events and is in the process of planning a virtual Q&A to discuss topics such as genetic testing with at-risk youth. She chose to attend Rutgers University for the innovative curriculum and their unwavering commitment to the students. From her experiences as an undergraduate student, she knew that the dedication of the program director and faculty would facilitate my growth as a well-rounded individual and genetic counselor.