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Last updated March 14, 2019
First nameLast nameOrganizationJob titleAreas of interest (30 words max)
ClaytonAldernFreelance/ConsultantScience policy, environmental justice, neuroscience
BryonyAngellFreelance WriterFreelance writer and bloggerBirding culture, women in the world birding scene, eco travel, conscientious consumerism
CatherineArnoldCommunications Writer/Media Relations at ARUP Laboratories (affiliated with Univ. of Utah) and FreelanceAgriculture
Conservation and Nature
Oceanography/Marine Studies
JakeAshcraftSouth Seattle CollegeProfessor and Science CommunicatorScientific and technical writing, freelance and contract work
ElizabethBacherWoodland Park ZooContent ProducerI am a writer and producer for all Woodland Park Zoo's publicly-facing communication channels. I work with colleagues from animal management, conservation, education, veterinary and other departments to build awareness about conservation, endangered species and sustainability.
JamesBarlowUniversity of OregonDirector of Science and Research CommunicationsLife sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, medicine
LorenBaughUniversity of WashingtonResearch Scientist, Scientific & Medical Writer/EditorI am research scientist (PhD and postdoc at UW Bioengineering) and currently a freelance scientific/medical writer/editor. I am interested in helping with academic and clinical/preclinical research manuscripts and grant proposals.
DylanBeardFreelance Science WriterNeuroscience, Psychology, Physics, and Climate Change
ValerieBentivegna1990Science CommunicatorLife Sciences, Human-Computer interaction, Tech, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry
DavidBergerfreelancenature, environment, marine issues and energy, including the human story as well as the scientific. Also the visual arts.
RachelBerkowitzResearch Analyst & Science WriterI currently divide my time between working on an artificial intelligence start-up company, called i2k Connect, and writing for scientific publications based in the US and Europe. I am available for freelance science and technical writing - please feel free to contact me!

I began my science writing career as the founding contributor to Physics Today’s ‘Down to Earth’ column from 2011-2014. After completing my Ph.D. (2013) in geophysics in Cambridge, England, I took a science writing/communications position at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. For more details, please visit
MichaelBradburyREALscienceFounderClimate Change, Astronomy, Physics, Marine Biology, Open Science, History of Science, Citizen Science
AshleyBraunFreelance JournalistFreelance Science and Environmental JournalistEcology, conservation, food and agriculture, climate change, fact-checking
KellyBrennerNaturalist, Writer, PhotographerI write about natural history with a current focus on urban nature. My book about overlooked nature of the city will be out autumn 2019.
TheresaBritschgiWashington State Opportunity ScholarshipProgram Director, WestsideIncreasing the public interest and enthusiasm for science and engineering - particularly in high school students, undergraduates, and their teachers and mentors
JakeBuehlerFreelanceScience WriterBiology, Natural History, Biodiversity, Evolution
EvanBushThe Seattle TimesReporterClimate & environment news!
JaniceCantieriFreelance/National Geographic/Yes! MagazineFreelance Environmental WriterClimate change adaptation, Indigenous knowledge, Indigenous climate action and resilience, climate science and policy, Kiribati, Pacific, Solutions Journalism, agriculture, social enterprise
CarlyCassellaScience AlertScience journalistScience reporter focused on climate change, the environment, women’s health, tech, nature and space.
KimberlyCauvelEnvironment reporterKimberly is an environmental journalist passionate about natural resources, public health and scientific advancement issues.
EmelineCokelet Meneken
MartaCourseyWashington State UniversityCAHNRS Director of Communications
John G.CramerUniversity of WashingtonProfessor EmeritusI write a bimonthly science column "The Alternate View" published in Analog SF Magazine. I'm a retired UW Professor of Physics, and I continue to do research in nuclear physics and in quantum optics and foundations.
JoelDavisFreelance WriterAstronomy, physics, medical research,
human evolution, ecological issues.
AnneDevineAnne Devine Communications, LLCPrincipalHealthcare writing and editing; communications strategy planning; project management
MariaDolanFreelance WriterFreelance JournalistEnvironment, culture, food and health.
SandiDoughtonThe Seattle TimesScience Reporter
BreannaDraxlerindependentIndependent Science & Environment EditorFormer editor at bioGraphic, Popular Science and Discover magazines. Experience in print, online, podcasts, and radio.
ElisabethEavesBulletin of the Atomic Scientistswriter and editorbiosecurity, conservation, climate change, marine life, nuclear energy, oceans, global public health, renewable energy, weapons of mass destruction
RichardEllsSenior WebmasterEvolution, cooperation, book reviews
PaigeEmbryfreelance writernative bees, geology, paleoclimate, soils, agriculture, horticulture
FranklinFaustUW Alzheimer's Disease Research CenterResearch Scientist & Outreach AssistantI'm interested in the progress and purpose of neuroscience, and the field's implications for mental and public health.
GlennFleishmanJournalistspace probes, digital imaging, computer and mobile security, type and printing technology, cryptography
MeredithForePhysics, Chemistry
MannyFrishbergselfContributing Editor, RTM magazineAlternative energy, Solar, health and medicine, weird science, mew materials and technologies. 3D Printing
SarahGageGovernor's Salmon Recovery Office, State of WashingtonProgram Manager in salmon recoveryConservation, biology, botany, endangered species, biodiversity, gardening. I curate the Botanical Rambles blog for the Washington Native Plant Society.
JamesGainesFreelanceWriterEnvironment, Climate Change, Technology, Solutions Journalism
RachelGarnerWhy Animals Do The ThingResearcher / BloggerAnimals in captivity, zoos and aquariums, animal ethics, ethology, animal welfare welfare, exotic animal biology & behavior
JudiGibbsWrite Guru™Book Indexer and WriterExperience in medical and engineering writing. Extensive experience producing back-of-the-book indexes. See my website or e-mail me for a selective list.
Alternate E-mail:
WayneGillamUniversity of Washington: Center for NeurotechnologyCommunications DirectorProfessional: Neural engineering, neuroscience, neurotechnology, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering, rehabilitation medicine, philosophy, diversity | Personal: Music, art, and of course, writing!
LizzGiordanoStaff reporter at The Daily Herald
AndreGolardneuroscience, business, decision making, thinking errors, innovation, startups, change management, communications, VR
JuliaGoldsteinJulia L F Goldstein CommunicationsOwner/Writer and EditorMaterials science, environment, energy, sustainability, manufacturing, chemistry
David GeorgeGordonAuthor, Lecturer, Bug Chef,Wildlife and wild places, travel, "fringe" science-- especially cryptozoology and entomophagy.
AndrewGordon-MacleanEnvironmental Communications ConsultantIndependent Communications ConsultantCommunicating environmental issues to a broad audience
RebeccaGourleyUniversity of WashingtonEditorial assistant
MaritaGraubePixel Theory Inc.PrincipalI create scientific, technical, and marketing content for corporate and government clients spanning a range of topics, such as translational research, drug development, and biotechnology.
Learn more at:
JenniGrittersZEST Storycraft LLCFreelance JournalistI typically write about health and the outdoors, crafting long form and short form journalism content about science and health trends, the psychology behind our favorite activities, and the best products to use when you go outdoors. I also offer editing services and digital storytelling workshops.
MaraGrunbaumFreelanceFreelance writer, editor, authorLife science, earth science, animals, humor, educational publishing, writing for kids
PatriciaGuthrieIndependent JournalistIndependent JournalistGenetics, Newborn screening, Environment
TerriHansenIndependent journalistclimate science
environmental health
environmental reporting
tribal nations
MarkHarrisScience/technology reporterTechnology, transportation, robotics, climate, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, automotive, AI
IanHaydonUW Institute for Protein DesignCommunications Manager @ UW-IPD / Freelance writer & consultantDemystifying biotechnology.
LisaHaywardU Department of Environmental and Occpational HealthManager of CommunicationsResearch translation
Community-engaged research
Science-based policy
Science communication education
Climate change
RebeccaHeismanAmerican Ornithological SocietyCommunications SpecialistBirds, wildlife, conservation, climate change
HannahHickeyUniversity of WashingtonEarth Sciences WriterCovering Earth sciences, oceanography, atmospheric sciences, polar science, weather and climate.
JolayneHoutzUW Department Environmental & Occupational Health SciencesDirector of CommunicationsEnvironmental health, occupational health, science communication, global health, public health
JaneHuFreelance science journalist
ShelbyHuffFreelance Writer + EditorWildlife, culture, environmental health, hunting, fishing, birds, bears, food, agriculture
RebeccaHughesKaiser Permanente Washington Health Research InstituteSenior media consultantMedicine, health care, public health, biology, environment
JoshHydeUniversity of Idaho
SteveIhnenIntellego LabsCTOrenewable energy, earth and environmental sciences
SallyJamesScience writerImmunotherapy, biotechnology, research, social media, microbiome and health.
Consultant on social media for scientists.
JerryJoyceMoon Joyce ResourcesOwner/WriterCommunicating technological and environmental information in clear and simple ways.
IjeomaKaluNutritionistScience and Research
SylviaKantorFreelanceIndependent writer and editorscience writing: environment, agriculture, sustainability, ecology, natural resources
editing: substantive, line editing, developmental
SusanKeownFred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterAssociate Editor
KennaKettrickWriting Consultant & Editor
HanleyKingstonnoneevolutionary genetics, behavioral genetics, animal behavior, social psychology, criminology, bioethics, neural plasticity, environmental science
EmilyKriegerFreelance editor, writer, and fact-checkerchildren's science news, biology, natural history, zoology, evolution, environment, zoonotic diseases, earth science
ChristineKuepferBiomedical and Life Sciences Communications ConsultantWriting, editing, project management, proofreading, editing for non-native English speakers, data analysis, literature research, quality control check of documents, publication management
EllenKurekAHCJFreelance Writer/EditorMedicine, engineering, IT, energy, ecology, environment
EllenKuwanaSociety of Cannabis CliniciansExecutive DirectorWriting and editing in the biomedical sciences, mostly in pediatrics. Expertise includes grants, manuscripts, website content, patient education, white papers, annual reports, researcher profiles. Proficient in AP and APA Style.
RobertaKwokFreelanceFreelance science writerWrite for publications such as Nature, the New York Times,, and Hakai. Provide writing and editing services to research institutions and medical centers. Website:
TomLangTom Lang Communications and Training InternationalPrincipal, Tom Lang Medical Communications and Training InternationalMedical writing and editing; documenting clinical research; evidenced-based medicine; international training; statistical reporting; date displays
SamanthaLarsonfreelanceScience Writer, Washington Sea Grant.Science, the environment, and adventure.
EdieLauVeterinary Information Network News ServiceEditorVeterinary medicine; pharmaceuticals; biomedicine; One Health; environment.
RobinLindleySelfIndependent writerParticular interest in the history of science with an emphasis on medicine and biology. Many of my articles--often interviews with scholars and writers-- appear on sites such as History News Network ( and
DeirdreLockwoodFreelance writer and editorEnvironment, oceanography, climate, health, chemistry, life sciences
BillLoftusScience writeragriculture, biology, conservation, environment, animal science, plant science, genomics, climate change
SusanLondonmedical writer and editormedicine, health, research
PriscillaLongFreelance Writer and EditorI wrote the weekly column Science Frictions for the American Scholar website:
I have written pieces on neuroscience -- "My Brain on My Mind," genomics -- "Genome Tome," and others. I serve as Founding and Consulting Editor of, the online encyclopedia of Washington state history.
JulieLutzUW Astronomy DepartmentEmeritus Research Professor of AstronomyAstronomy education and outreach, research on the evolution of stars
MichelleMaUniversity of WashingtonAssociate director and science writer, UW NewsFisheries, forestry, environmental issues, marine policy, urban horticulture
DianeMapesFred Hutchwriter/editor
LyndaMapesThe Seattle TimesEnvironment reporternature, natural history, forest ecology, native cultures, wildlife, environmental topics of all sorts.
MichelleMartinFreelance journalistFreelance journalist and editorThe intersection of science and society. I've written for newspapers and a few locally based magazines and would like to branch out into national publications and radio production.
EngelMaryFreelancewriterglobal health, infectious diseases, cancer, climate change, health policy
DonnaMatrazzowriter, editor, authorMy speciality is "compelling stories on complex topics." I take vast amounts of technical or obtuse material and translate it into film, exhibit and print pieces that are not only understandable to laypeople, but often entertaining and inspiring.
RobertMcClureInvestigateWestExecutive DirectorInvestigative and other in-depth coverage of the environment, health and government accountability.
KatherineMcCormickPostdoctoral Researcher
MollyMcElroyFred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterCommunications Manager | Content Strategist | Media Relationscancer, immunotherapy, vaccines, health, STEM, diversity in science, neuroscience, child development
SusanMcLaughlinIHME/FreelanceTechnical/science writerPublic health, medicine, health care, neuroscience, statistics.
MilanaMcLeadWashington State Medical AssociationSr. Director, Strategic Communications & Growth
SarahMcQuatebiochemistry, chemistry, astronomy, atmospheric science, engineering, diversity in science
TimMerrickU.S. Geological SurveyPublic Information OfficerI am always interested to work with writers to tell the important stories of USGS earth science. I am based in Boise, Idaho, but can connect writers with colleagues throught the Pacific Northwest. I'm also working toward a side career/post-retirement career as a science writer.
JenniferMichalowskiFreelanceScience Writer and EditorI cover a wide range of biology, writing frequently about neuroscience, evolution, cancer biology, and biodiversity.
CynthiaMillsVeterinarian/writer/editorConservation and medicine, dog population control, behavior and training of dogs in particular and all animals (including insects and crustaceans), disease and disease evolution.
David MMillsInfinity Box Theatre ProjectArtistic Director, Infinity Box Theatre Project
MindyMinerFred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterTechnical EditorInfectious disease; other diseases studied at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
JenniferMonnierFreelance journalistEnvironment, energy, and natural resources
JennyMorberFreelanceFreelance Science JournalistBiotech, artificial intelligence, materials, engineering, sex, sperm, robots, death, disease, ethics, poop, things that are cool
CarolMortonIndependent journalistsenior science writer
SeanNealonOregon State UniversityDirector of News and Research Communications
BrynNelsonFreelance Science Writer and EditorI have an avid interest in science, medicine, environment, and travel stories.
roxannenelsonHealth and medicine, oncology, AI, genetics
MichelleNijhuisFreelance JournalistIndependent JournalistConservation biology, environmental policy, ecology, public health, and the intersections among all of the above.
MadelineOstranderfreelance/YES! MagazineFreelance editor/writerClimate change, fossil fuels, conservation, environmental policy, ecology.
KellyOwensFORCEDirector of Education and Research, FORCE
AmandaPainFreelance WriterFreelance WriterAmanda is a trained journalist who has experience working and writing in global health, international development, science and medicine, as well as the non-profit sector.
ChrisPalmerOregon State University, College of EngineeringAssociate Director of Advancement CommunicationsEngineering, Cancer, Neuroscience, Biology, Earth Science, Basic Biomedical Research
AnnaPatrickfreelancerFreelance WriterTelling human stories in areas related to the environment, health, economic disparity and more.
SarahPattonPhysician AssistantMedicine
Public Health
TomPaulsonHumanospherePublisher / editorHumanosphere is an online news organization that covers global health, aid, development, poverty and scientific research devoted to progress in these areas.
LucreziaPaxsonMs.Assistant ProfessorVarious
LynnePeeplesFreelanceScience, Health and Environment ReporterEnvironment, climate change, green energy, toxic chemicals, infectious disease, public health, medicine
SidneyPerkowitzFreelance and Emory UniversityFreelance Ph. D. physicist, science writer, editor and consultantPhysical science; technology; genetic engineering; science and society; science in film, art and general culture; science outreach; science editing and consulting.
MarcRamirezThe Dallas Morning NewsStaff writer
RebeccaReuterOcean science, seafood sustainability, climate science, human relationships with nature
JeffRicePuget Sound InstituteManaging EditorMy primary focus is on the Puget Sound ecosystem but I am an equal opportunity science nerd. I have a background in the media arts and journalism.
ThomasRickeyPacific Northwest National LaboratoryScience Writing Team LeadFundamental science; chemistry, physics, biology; energy and environment; climate
JohnRoachStoryteller, Technical Writer and EditorMy writing and editing covers technology, artificial intelligence, computer science, innovation, energy, climate science and the environment.
BonnieRochmanfreelancefreelance journalistI write broadly about maternal/child health and parenting for The Wall Street Journal, The NY Times Magazine, MIT Technology Review and others. My first book, The Gene Machine: How Genetic Technologies Are Changing the Way We Have Kids and the Kids We Have, was published in 2017 by Scientific American/Farrar, Straus and Giroux. I'm now writing patient stories for Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
JuliaRosenLos Angeles TimesScience ReporterEarth and environmental science
JoshuaRosenauWild Fish ConservancyDirector of CommunicationsFisheries, salmon, evolution, climate change, science policy, science education, science and politics
ErinRossOregon Public BroadcastingWriter/ResearcherBiology, geology, space, environmental science, science policy, biomedical sciences
AdrienneRoss ScanlanWriter, editor, citizen scientist, developmental editor (Certificate in Editing, Univ. of Washington). Author of Turning Homeward: Restoring Hope and Nature in the Urban Wild
(WA State Book Award 2017 Finalist).
CaitlinRothermelMedLiteraPrincipal, Medlitera: The Medical Writers' GroupI have experience writing about the following therapeutic areas: Allergic rhinitis, antibiotic resistance, asthma, atrial fibrillation, Crohn’s disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), depression, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, genetics, gout, hernia / abdominal wall defects, Huntington Disease, intranasal drug delivery, joint (hip and knee) replacement/orthopedics, migraine, nutrition, opioid addiction and withdrawal, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, pain management, Parkinson’s disease, oncology (lung cancer, acute and chronic myelogenous leukemia, medical radiation exposure, melanoma, multiple myeloma, prostate cancer), peripheral arterial disease, pulmonary function, systemic lupus erythematosus, thyroid disease, women’s health (contraception, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, fibroids, menopause), wound management, and visual impairment (age-related macular degeneration [AMD], glaucoma, retinopathy).
SabinRussellFred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterWriter/EditorCancer, HIV, Global Health, Immunology, Climate,Fourier transform
DavidSalisburyFreelanceScience communications consultantMultimedia science communications
SophiaSansoneSearching for job opportunities in the Seattle and Portland area.
DennisSchatzPacific Science CenterSenior Advisor
LynnSchnaibergContract and freelance writer & editorContract and freelance writer & editorNature/outdoor adventure and enviro impacts, food and agriculture, health, transportation and anything else that sparks curiosity. Deep journalism experience plus strategic communications, research and policy reports, and ghostwriting. Fluent Spanish speaker.
CharlotteSchubertFreelanceFreelanceI cover the biomedical sciences, including translational medicine, epigentics and reproduction. Bylines at Nature, Science, PNAS, GeekWire. Previously at Nature Medicine and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ph.D. from University of Washington and Fred Hutch.
EricSciglianoClimate, especially arctic; oceanography, ecology, evolution, energy technology, history of science
KeithSeinfeldPublic Health - Seattle & King CountyCommunications specialist
ElizabethSharpeUniversity of WashingtonAssistant Director of CommunicationsTechnology
Environmental health
Public Health
Occupational health
NatalieSlivinskiFreelanceFreelance science writerDisease biology, antibiotic resistance, diagnostics, synthetic biology, anthropology, nutrition, behavioral psychology, STEM literacy, marine zoology, ecology, evolution, fire science, bugs
JohnSnowHouse Stark
EricSorensenWashington State Universityscience writer
CameronStahlAdvarraSr. Content Specialist and Publications ManagerClinical writing, educational science writing and media production, film and video production, advocacy and public relations.
SarahStanleyFreelance Science WriterTranslating fascinating research for a variety of interested audiences.
RobinStantonNature ConservancyMedia Relations Manager, The Nature ConservancyEnvironment, wildlife, natural solutions for climate change and other environmental challenges
EricStavneyFreelance writer day job at PEMCOFreelance writer, radio program host, instructional designerI am a biologist by training (especially microbiology) but have wide ranging interests across nearly all scientific disciplines. I'm sorry to say this includes unbridled rock collecting (now no room to sleep at home) and taking roadkill home to stuff and make pretty again (now no squeamish friends). I tell a pretty good story, especially explaining nature and its wonders. I also cohost the Scandinavian Hour at KKNW and write for the Norwegian-American newspaper.
NancySteinbergCollege of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State UniversityScience CommunicatorMarine science, earth science, climate change, environmental policy, coastal policy and issues, fisheries, oceanography
ElizabethStewartDigital World BiologyScience Writergenomics, data-enabled life sciences, proteomics, biology, genetics, science education
LisaStifflerGeekWireReporter, editor
VinceStricherzUniversity of Washington (retired)Retired, UW Office of News and Informationphysical. sciences, in particular anything related to climate, geology, space, physics, zoology or chemistry.
RichardStricklandUW Oceanography (retired)UW Oceanography Lecturer (retired)Oceanography, Salish Sea and coastal Washington, climate, earth science
STEPHANIESWANEThe Cooking LabPublisher
ChrisTachibanascience writer and editorhealth care, medicine, genetics, molecular and cell biology, biotechnology,
MollyTankersleyUniversity of Alaska SoutheastScience Communications SpecialistEnvironment/earth sciences communications for the Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center and the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center.
BryceTaylorUniversity of WashingtonPostdocI'm a Genomics researcher and am interested in science outreach and education.
AnnThomasJohns Hopkins UniversityFreelance writerHealth, wellness, environment, climate change
RachelTompaAllen InstituteSenior WriterHealth and life sciences, cancer, biology, neuroscience, biotechnology, immunology, cell biology
BriannaTraxingerFred Hutch/ University of WashingtonPhD candidate-infectious diseases and immunologyI currently research the immune response to viral infection as a PhD student but am interested in science writing, climate science, and climate change/environmental advocacy.
LiaUnrauFreelance science writer and editorLife sciences, neuroscience, bioengineering, women's health, environmental health, physics/physical sciences, social sciences
JamesUrtonPIO & freelance science writer
StarreVartanGardenia MediaFreelance Science Writerastrobiology, animal conservation, artificial intelligence, geology, geochemistry, hydrology, oceans, environment, technology, zoology, reproductive health, women's health
MattVivionWeb Manager, Center on Reinventing Public Education, UW BothellWeb design, writing, science, video games, storytelling
MaryAnnWagnerUW Washington Sea GrantAssist Director for CommunicationsTechnical editing & writing/environmental sciences & cultural resources
AnitaWahlerbiology, environment, environmental education, science and music, molecular biology, chemistry, geology, climate change, history and philosophy of science, evolution, animals, dogs, hiking/backpacking, wilderness, dog training, tracking/trailing, SAR
AnnikaWallendahlSoundEarth Strategiesgeology, climate change, space science, AI, remote sensing
BrettWaltonCircle of BluereporterI write about freshwater and all its connections for Circle of Blue, a water news agency.
GenevieveWanuchaUniversity of WashingtonScience Writer at the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center / UW Alzheimer Research CenterBrain science, neurology, neurodegenerative disease, dementia, genetics, precision medicine, dementia-friendly communities, art
ChristineWaresakPATH & Pacific Science CenterFreelance Writer/EditorLife sciences, health sciences, biology, global health, writing and editing
AndreaWattsFreelance writerSustainable forestry, silviculture, mass timber, hard cider industry
RachelWebberDr. Universe, science writerscience writing for kids--and kids of all ages.
JamieWeckerFreelance/StudentPhysics, biotech, history of science, arachnology, and entomology.
ReithaWeeksShoreline Community CollegeProgram Manager, Science OutreachI provide workshops and program management for science outreach and education programs such as Shoreline Community College biotech summer camps.
HannahWeinbergerCrosscut.comScience and Environment Staff Reporter
ChristieWilcoxFreelanceEditor, SciShowBio-nerd with a particular fascination with venoms, poisons, and toxungens.
DavidWilliamsFreelance WriterUrban natural history, geology
RiisWilliamsUniversity of Washington student
LisaWoganVIN News ServiceReporter
KristenWoodwardFred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterScience communications editor
BerniceWuethrichGrameen FoundationCommunications strategist, writer, editorGlobal Health
Agricultural Development
Climate Change

Strategic communications
Cross platform content development
Freelance writing and editing
WudanYanFreelance science journalistBiology, biochemistry, medicine, environmental science, plant biology, climate change, conversation, supply chain, sustainability, food science
ChelseaYatesUniversity of WashingtonWriter and publications manager, UW College of EngineeringAeronautics & astronautics, bioegineering, chemical engineering, civil & environmental engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, human-centered design, industrial & systems engineering, materials science & engineering.
RichardYonckIntelligent Future ConsultingFuturistFocus on future trends and developments. Particular interest in emerging technologies and their potential impacts on society.
MattZaffinoKGW TVChief MeteorologistWeather, climate, science, technology, outdoor recreation
SaraZaskeWashington State UniversityScience Writeragricultural sciences, animal science, biology, cannabis, carbon, climate change, food science, education, disease, environment, genetics, health, human development, natural resources, plant science, psychology, sleep research, science communication, social science, social media, wildlife ecology