Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Welcome Two New Voices

It's time to welcome two New Voices to the blog!

Name: Sarah Gallagher
Position: Research!America Science Policy Fellow
Education: PhD in Chemistry, Columbia University
MA in Chemistry, Columbia University
BA in Chemistry, Franklin & Marshall College
Previous experience: Sarah worked on public lands policy for Rep. Grijalva this past fall and spent considerable time campaigning during the 2008 presidential primary. Her background in chemistry is applicable to both health and environmental studies.
Fun fact: Sarah first started advocating with a letter to the president at age 11 about the destruction of the rainforests.

Name: Kimberly Brown
Position: Research!America Science Policy Intern
Education: Studying Public Health Management and Policy at the University of Florida for an expected MPH in May 2010
BA in Biology, Fisk University
Previous experience: Kimberly worked for the Metro Nashville Health Department educating parents and community members about the importance of check-ups for children.
Fun fact: Kimberly's first journey out of the country was to Jamaica on a trip that her mother won during a showing of The Attack of the 50 foot Woman.

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