Ania received her B.S. in Biology from American University in Washington D.C. and her Masters in Genetic Counseling degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Prior to becoming a genetic counselor, she worked as a laboratory technologist both in cytogenetics and molecular genetics, thus giving her first-hand experience with the testing she discusses with her patients.
Shanda received her dual B.S. in Biology and Microbiology from Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS and her Masters in Genetic Counseling degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Preceding her genetic counseling education, she worked as a genetic counseling assistant at one of the major clinical testing laboratories with experience in troubleshooting prenatal and rare diagnosis testing issues.