Stacey Baker is a public engagement program associate for the American Association for the Advancement of Science Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology. Stacey coordinates AAAS Family Science Days at the AAAS Annual Meeting, facilitates Communicating Science workshops, and supports other Center programs. Prior to joining AAAS in 2016, Stacey received her Master’s in Biology (American University) with a thesis in the evolutionary genetics of red shouldered soapberry bugs and a Bachelor’s in Zoology (SUNY Oswego). She went on to study molecular biology at the National Institutes of Health and then taught biology courses at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD. When not talking to Lyft drivers about scicomm, she can be found climbing rocks, reading in a park or checking out the best coffee and pastries she can find in DC!