Molly Martzke brings passion and real-life experience to her role with the National Genetics Education and Family Support Center. She has dedicated her life’s work to improving the experiences and outcomes of all families with children with special healthcare needs. Molly is committed to actively engaging families as equal partners in their child’s health care and ensuring that the family voice is represented throughout the family’s journey and within their system of care. She believes that this change happens at the system level when there is diverse representation and honest dialogue amongst all parties.
She bridges her technical background in research and evaluation with her health communication skills to create content that fosters a connection, shares information, and sparks a call for action. With years of experience in the field of Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health, Jamie’s passion to serve women and families is rooted in the idea of centering their voices to inspire change.
As a genetic counselor, Amy is passionate about bringing the value of genetics and population screening to the public, while fostering transparency, ethical standards, and ongoing education. Amy earned her Master's in Genetic Counseling from the University of Michigan.
She works to bring a range of consumer and professional stakeholders to address the need for clear, science-based information for families and individuals through tangible, actionable messages. Her focus is on bringing families' perspectives into policy and program design and implementation. Ms. Bonhomme has also testified in front of Congress on the importance of family support and education in newborn screening.