Peggy Modaff, MS, CGC, distinguished clinical genetic counselor in the Department of Pediatrics and clinic coordinator with the Waisman Center Bone Dysplasia Clinic, will serve on the Medical Advisory Board for the Little People of America (LPA). In her nomination letter, Janet Legare, MD, clinical professor, Genetics and Metabolism, noted that Peggy is an ideal candidate for the Medial Advisory Board. She has worked with families with skeletal dysplasias for 25 years and has attended at least 12 LPA meetings. “She is dedicated to serving this population,” stated Legare. “She has authored 28 articles on skeletal dysplasia, and she fields many international emails and consults. Peggy is an invaluable member of the Bone Dysplasia Clinic at the University of Wisconsin.” As a member of the Medical Advisory Board, Peggy joins an interdisciplinary team dedicated to ensuring that the mission of LPA is achieved, namely improving the quality of life for people with dwarfism throughout their lives while celebrating with great pride Little People’s contribution to social diversity.