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Natasha Bonhomme brings nearly 15 years of nonprofit and maternal and child health experience to her role at Expecting Health at Genetic Alliance. She launched Expecting Health to bring a range of consumer and professional stakeholders together to address the need for clear, science-based information for families and individuals through tangible, actionable messages. Her focus is on centering families’ perspectives into policy and program design and implementation. She spearheaded a number of initiatives including  Baby’s First Test, a national resource center which reaches over 600,000 families and health providers annually, convenes the Perinatal Nutrition Collaborative, a coalition of organizations and nutrition experts that share emerging science and research efforts, and sits on numerous committees on maternal health and dignified care throughout the prenatal and postnatal periods. Ms. Bonhomme has also testified in front of Congress on the importance of family support and education. She is a Board Member of the DC-based Federally Qualified Health Center, Whitman-Walker Health, which provides affirming community-based care with a special focus on LGBTQ and HIV care.