Josh Chamot, a senior geology major at William and Mary, recently joined GAP for a week as a "shadow" to see what working in public policy is like. During his week, he attended several Congressional hearings, one of which he wrote summarized for the AGI website.
Jenna was a rising senior at Wesleyan University where she was a dual major in geology and government. In response to a member society request, Jenna examined the geoscience content of NASA's Mission to Planet Earth.
A 1997 graduate of the University of Iowa, Runden worked for the Iowa Geological Survey during her last two years in school. She was seeking a position with an environmental consulting firm or a nonprofit scientific society.
Stephanie was funded jointly by AGI's Government Affairs and Education programs. Stephanie covered science education policy issues for GAP. Stephanie has an undergraduate degree in geology from Furman University (S.C.), and returned to Indiana University to complete a master's degree in public affairs, with a focus on environmental policy.
Heidi just graduated in geology from Amherst College.
(From August 2001 Monthly Review update) We are also pleased to report that one of AGI's first policy interns, Heidi Mohlman, is the new communications director for the House Science Committee, where she oversees all media interactions. After her AGI internship, she worked for Sen. Jim Jeffords (I-VT) in a number of capacities, including deputy press secretary. Most recently, she served as press secretary for his successful 2000 re-election campaign. Mohlman, a Vermont native, holds a bachelor's degree in geology from Amherst College. We wish her the best of luck!