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Producers

Caitlyn Camacho is Program Manager, Strategic Communications, for AGU, and provides communications strategy and support for many of AGU’s organizational priorities and initiatives reaching its many audiences and stakeholders. Caitlyn’s experience in public relations and communications is primarily with health and science non-profit organizations. Prior to joining AGU, Caitlyn worked in media relations for Children’s National Health System in Washington, D.C. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree from Georgetown University in Public Relations and Corporate Communications and has a B.A. in English from the College of New Jersey.

 

 

 

 

Joshua Speiser is the Manager of Strategic Communications at AGU and a producer of Third Pod from the Sun. Josh’s career and education reflect his right brain/left brain tendencies as he has earned degrees in biology/geology, environmental policy, and filmmaking. He has worked on nuclear weapon issues with the Government Accountability Project, served as the Director of Communications for Georgetown University’s College of Arts and Sciences, been on the staff of the SILVERDOCS Documentary and Washington Jewish film festivals, and organized health professionals to address the consequences of climate change with Physicians for Social Responsibility. He’s a fan of podcasts that focus on social justice, cryptozoology, filmmaking, and post-punk rock and roll.

 

 

 

Lauren Lipuma works in AGU’s public information department. She communicates new AGU Earth and space science research to journalists and the public through press releases, blog posts, photos, videos and more. Before focusing on science communication, Lauren worked at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, where she studied the immune response to infectious diseases and did extensive research on the bacteria that make up our poop. She worked as a staff writer for a monthly medical magazine and in wildlife conservation prior to joining AGU in 2015. Lauren is a past president of the DC Science Writers Association. Find her on twitter at @tenacious_she.

 

 

 

 

Olivia V. Ambrogio is the manager of the Sharing Science program at AGU, where she does her best to help other scientists connect with wider audiences. She is a biologist by training who got her Ph.D. studying the sex lives of marine snails. In spite of the surprising allure of this research, she eventually shifted into the field of science communication. In her spare time she writes and takes nature photos, often frustrating her partner and friends (who just wanted to take a walk) by crouching on the ground to photograph an insect.