I am currently general counsel at Color Genomics, Inc., a local Bay Area start-up founded by ex-Google and ex-Twitter execs, focused on democraticizing access to personal genetic data. Our first test offering, the Color Hereditary Cancer Test, costs a fraction of the established cancer tests offered by Myriad and Ambry, and has already changed the rules on making genetic testing available to more people. Prior to working with Color, I was chief counsel for Ariosa Diagnostics, a CLIA lab which developed safe, prenatal genetic tests using NGS technologies. After graduating from the Stanford Program in STS, I completed my Masters in Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, with Langdon Winner as my advisor. It's humbling to see our academic theses at Stanford and RPI come to life in industry and law, not more than two decades after this new technology became widely implemented.