Kelsey Beck recently graduated from Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University with two Bachelor of Science degrees in Biological Sciences and Family and Human Development. She is currently working on the Sulston Project under Dr. Robert Cook-Deegan to compile a history of data sharing and data resources to influence the establishment of a sustainable, effective, and transparent hereditary cancer genomic variant commons. Kelsey’s additional work experience includes serving as a biology instructor, working with various agencies in the states, such as Project C.U.R.E. and Feed My Starving Children, and volunteering internationally with “City of Angels” and “Red” in Tijuana, Mexico. She will be attending the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in July of 2020 to continue her pursuit of an M.D.