Join us for the first in a three part series celebrating Women Scientists at Sonoma Technology as part of Women's History Month!
We will hear from four of our scientists about what got them interested in science, their career path, current position, and any advice they have for aspiring scientists.
This session's panelists are:
Lynn Alley: Atmospheric Scientist
Lynn specializes in modeling air pollution from many different types of pollution sources. Her modeling helps show how much pollution is created, where it coming from, and provides a way to visualize air pollution emissions.
Hilary Hafner: Chief Operating Officer
Hilary works closely with state, local, and tribal air quality monitoring agencies to help them measure, understand, and improve their air quality. She leads the development of air quality monitoring networks that are used to collect data on air quality and pollution.
Tami Lavezzo: Vice President/Senior Scientist
Tami leads our Fire and Smoke science projects. She works with Fire Departments and government agencies to provide science-based assessments of fire hazards to help prepare for potential wildfires. She uses technology and web-based tools to display, develop, and analyze environmental and wildfire data.
Dr. Crystal McClure: Atmospheric Scientist
Crystal studies the effects of smoke from wildfires on public health and air quality by using modeling programs and data from satellites. She uses her understanding of the chemistry of the atmosphere to determine the cause and impacts of air pollution and wildfire smoke events.
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