Video Chat: Revelle Fellowships

STPF hosted a live video chat with alumni of the Judicial Branch Fellowship to discuss how the fellowship transformed their career.

The AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships in the executive and legislative Branches are open to U.S. citizens and doctoral level degree holders in any of the following:

  • Medical and Health sciences.
  • Biological, Physical or Earth sciences.
  • Social and Behavioral sciences.
  • Computational sciences and Mathematics.
  • Engineering disciplines (applicants with a MS in engineering and three years of professional experience also qualify).

The Revelle fellowship is open to applicants with a minimum of three years of professional experience beyond their doctoral degree (not including postdoc positions), or six years of professional engineering experience for applicants with an MS in engineering.

Chat Participants

Staff: Salaeha Shariff

Fellows: 

Jamie K Reaser, 2003-04 Roger Revelle Fellow in Global Stewardship

Jamie K. Reaser was a 2003-04 AAAS Roger Revelle Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution in conjunction with the United Nations Development Programme. She was also a AAAS S&T Policy Fellows in the Executive Branch at the U.S. Department of State, 1998-2000. 

She currently serves as the Executive Director of the National Invasive Species Council (NISC) Secretariat. In addition to guiding all aspects of NISC Secretariat operations, Jamie is currently providing the leadership necessary to develop an Arctic Invasive Alien Species (ARIAS) Strategy and Action Plan under the Arctic Council's Conservation of Flora and Fauna (CAFF) and Protection of the Marine Environment (PAME) working groups; produce a documentary on invasive species entitled, Protecting What Matters; establish an annual Innovation Summit to advance U.S. scientific and technical capacities to address the most pressing invasive species issues; and raise the capacity of other governments to more effectively institutionalize invasive species programs. 

Jamie is a globally-recognized expert on invasive species, as well as a wide range of other environmental and sustainable development issues. She has worked in more than fifty countries as an ecologist, environmental negotiator, professional communications and leadership development trainer, and programmatic analyst. 
Among other positions, she previously served as the Executive Director of the Global Invasive Species Species Programme (GISP) and NISC's Assistant Director for International Policy, Science, and Cooperation. She received a Ph.D. in Biology from Stanford University. 

Franklin Carrero-Martínez, PhD 2012-13 Roger Revelle Fellow in Global Stewardship

Franklin Carrero-Martinez was a 2012-13 Roger Revelle Fellow at the U.S. Department of State. He was also a 2013-14 Executive Branch Fellow at the U.S.Department of State. 
He is currently a Program Director, Office of International Science and Engineering, at the National Science Foundation. 

Prior to his fellowship Franklin was faculty at the University of Puerto Rico where he established a strong research and education program. His research program aimed at understanding synapse formation and development tools to manipulate the neuronal network. Franklin’s education program also helped developed STEM talent including preparation for lifetime science learning in and outside of the research and teaching labs. 

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
3 October 2016