Meet our genetic counselors
Grace-Ann Fasaye, ScM
Grace-Ann manages Inova's Cancer Genetic Counseling Program. She completed her Master's degree at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and National Human Genome Research Institute. Grace-Ann is also an alumnus of City of Hope’s intensive course in cancer risk assessment.
Prior to joining the Inova team, Grace-Ann was the coordinator of the Risk Evaluation and Education for Alzheimer’s Disease research project at Howard University. She remains connected to Howard University as a faculty member in their Genetic Counseling Training Program and serves as a clinical rotation supervisor and instructor. She lectures about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome, psychosocial aspects of hereditary cancer risk assessments, and cultural competence in genetic counseling.
Grace-Ann takes pride in her role of educating the community about the connections between family history, cancer risk and risk reduction options. She strives to provide comprehensive and individualized hereditary cancer risk assessments with attention to the emotional impact on patients and their families.
Grace-Ann sees patients at Inova Fairfax and Alexandria Hospitals. She can be reached at 703-970-3209 or email@example.com.
Cassidi Dailey Kalejta, M.S.
Cassidi received her Master’s of Science in Genetic Counseling from Howard University where she completed rotations in genetic counseling at National Naval Medical Center, GeneDx , Inova, University of Maryland Baltimore and Howard University Hospital. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in general biology from Cedar Crest College and has participated in many volunteer activities including Keen USA and Brainy Camps.
Cassidi’s passion is genetic counseling and she sees the value of constant self-education and keeping abreast of current trends in genetic counseling. In her role, she brings patient education together with psychosocial support to help her patients and their families understand their unique genetic story.
She sees patients at Inova Fair Oaks and Loudoun Hospitals and can be reached at 703-391-4287 or Cassidi.Kalejta@inova.org.
Back to Cancer Genetic Counseling main page