UT GCP Governance
1. GCP Faculty Meetings
Mission: To provide a forum for open communication between GCP leadership and faculty by disseminating information, performing core competency evaluations of the students, and eliciting feedback.
Members: All individuals associated with GCP student supervision
2. GCP Advisory Board
Mission: To ensure the relevance of the GCP by proposing changes to meet the evolving needs of the genetic counseling profession; by promoting the GCP in the greater community and encouraging donation to the genetic counseling excellence fund, and by providing a forum for discussion of GCP Faculty concerns.
Members: Core planning committee and representatives from major areas of gc growth
- Program Directors – Claire Singletary and Sarah Noblin
- Prenatal – Jen Hoskovec
- Pediatrics – Barbara Domiguez
- Cancer – Amanda Brandt
- Specialty – Jacqui Hecht
- Industry –Karen Copeland
- Research –Van Tran
- Laboratory – Pat Ward
- Outside clinical supervisor –Melissa Strassberg
- Alumni member - Sandra Darilek
3. Core Genetic Counselor Group
Mission : To assess the effectiveness and improve the GCP by evaluating curriculum, rotations, students, and interviews; by setting goals and writing objectives; by providing feedback and education for thesis committee members, supervisors, and lecturers.
Members: Program directors and at least one member from each major area of specialization Claire Singletary, Sarah Noblin, Jen Hoskovec, Marianna Raia, Molly Daniels