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Kathleen Frith

assistant director, Center for Health and the Global Environment, Harvard

Kathleen Frith plays a leadership role in all the Center's activities, providing expertise on science communication and education and helping the Center achieve its mission to further understanding of human health and global environmental change connections. Prior to joining the Center, Kathleen was the Public Information Officer for the Bermuda Biological Station for Research, a U.S. oceanographic institution in Bermuda. Kathleen holds a Bachelor's degree in marine biology from the University of California Santa Cruz and a Master's degree in science journalism from Boston University's Knight Center for Science Journalism. Kathleen fills advisory roles in a number of science education and communication projects, and has published articles in a variety of publications.