Amy Sturm

Director of Population Health Genomics, 23andMe

Amy Sturm, MS, CGC is a genetic counselor with over 20 years of experience in the fields of healthcare and research. She is currently the Director of Population Health Genomics at 23andMe, where her role is focused on building and implementing novel approaches to genome-informed care. Prior to 23andMe, Amy was a Professor at the Geisinger Genomic Medicine Institute, where she served as Principal Investigator of the MyCode Community Health Initiative and Director of the MyCode Genomic Screening and Counseling Program. Amy's additional professional leadership roles include serving as the 2019 President of the National Society of Genetic Counselors, Chair of the Advisory Board to the All of Us Research Program's Genetic Counseling Resource, and currently serves on the American Heart Association's Leadership Committee on Genomic and Precision Medicine. Amy is also a member of the ClinGen Complex Disease Working Group, which focuses on polygenic risk scores, as well as the International Common Disease Alliance Polygenic Risk Scores Task Force.

Interview with Amy (published February 2023)

Interview with Amy (published July 2021)

Listen to the interview with Amy (published March 2020)