Kaylee Naczi is a genetic counselor who recently joined the University of Pennsylvania to work with families affected by FTD, ALS, and other neurogenetic conditions. Kaylee received a BA from Loyola University in Chicago and graduated from Arcadia University just outside of Philadelphia with her MS in Genetic Counseling last year. She has dedicated her education to specializing in adult onset neurodegenerative conditions, completing clinical rotations both at the Center for Neurodegenerative Disease Research and in Neurology here at Penn. Kaylee began her career at the University of Iowa coordinating their Huntington’s Disease clinic and doing genetic research for individuals with inherited sensorimotor neuropathies. As a genetic counselor, she speaks with patients and families about questions or concerns related to the genetics of FTD, ALS or other neurogenetic conditions.