Senior Manager, Product Stewardship and Regulatory at DuPont Industrial Biosciences Alice Chen, 2008-2010 Executive Branch Fellow at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, recently moved from a position as a senior scientist in a regulatory law firm in Washington DC to a senior manager of product stewardship and regulatory role at DuPont Industrial Biosciences. Her fellowship experiences provided her with a valuable understanding of how to effectively work within a large organization.
As Associate Director, Cardiovascular Disease Initiative at Broad Institute, Brian Daniels, 2011-12 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of Defense, manages strategic alliances with the pharmaceutical industry. “The experience I gained as a fellow has been invaluable, especially with respect to managing large, complex, and ambitious programs as well as aligning stakeholders from different companies and departments and often with different incentives,” he said.
Judith M. Glassgold is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Health and Wellbeing of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Policy, Princeton University. She will teach and conduct research on mental health policy and health disparities. Her 2009-2010 Congressional Fellowship sponsored by the American Psychological Association (APA) was key to moving into this position as it provided policy experience and training. Most recently, she was associate executive director at APA.
Jeffrey Margolis, 2010-2012 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of State, has joined the board of directors of mHUB Chicago, Chicago’s first innovation center focused on physical product development and manufacturing that connects the manufacturing sector with technology entrepreneurs. He is vice president of external engagement at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.
Karen Saxe, 2013-14 Congressional Fellow sponsored by the American Mathematical Society (AMS), and DeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics at Macalester College, has been named Director of the Washington DC Office of AMS starting January 1. She will work to connect the mathematics community with Washington decision-makers who impact science and education funding.