Bailey Hulswit graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in a self-created major, entitled An Interdisciplinary Approach to Genetics. Bailey studied the ethics, community perspectives, research methodology, and the natural science of genetics. Throughout her undergraduate career Bailey was involved in numerous research projects with mentors in various fields including genetic counseling, biophysics, and statistics. Through this research, Bailey was recently published in the Journal of Genetic Counseling. Bailey was also dedicated her time to work a crisis line for youth facing neglect, homelessness, and abuse as well as volunteering as a literacy mentor in Detroit Public Schools. Bailey has been pursuing genetic counseling since she was a sophomore in high school, when she attended a program for women interested in Biomedical Sciences. In her free time, Bailey loves to drink loose-leaf tea and take advantage of her proximity to Belle Isle.