Stacey Baker is a Public Engagement Associate at AAAS. She is the point of contact for Family Science Days, the free community science showcase event that the Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology hosts at the AAAS Annual Meeting. She also supports the Center’s other initiatives, including facilitating Communicating Science workshops. Since 2004, the AAAS Center for Public Engagement has worked to further awareness of science and the scientific process and increase public input into scientific research and policy agendas, encouraging and facilitating dialogue between policymakers, the general public, and the scientific community. Before joining AAAS, Baker taught general biology classes at Montgomery College and conducted molecular biology research at the National Institutes of Health.