The Center is led by Dr. Lucy Jones and supported by a team that currently includes:
Dr. Lucy Jones
Dr. Lucy Jones is the founder of the Dr. Lucy Jones Center for Science and Society, with a mission to foster the understanding and application of scientific information in the creation of more resilient communities.
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John Bwarie has spent over a decade engaging with communities, crafting messages, and delivering results in support of resilience and the use of expert information in decision-making. John has worked alongside Dr. Jones since 2007 and was instrumental in creating the Great ShakeOut.
Isabela Lovelace is a project coordinator at the Dr. Lucy Jones Center. She first began her work with the Center in 2019, creating the Connected Communities Resilience Program. With this work, she completed her thesis and received a B.A. in Geological Sciences at Brown University, along with an Honors B.A. in Visual Arts.
John Duncan is a project administrator at the Dr. Lucy Jones Center. John has a B.S. in Geology from Baylor University and a Master of Public Health from Azusa Pacific University. He has worked with Dr. Jones and the Center as far back as 2017 on a SEAoSC retrofitting survey and completed his MPH work helping run the Connected Communities Resilience Program pilot.
Marissa Aho – Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Andrea Davis – The Resiliency Initiative
James Goltz – University of Kyoto
Ellis Stanley, Sr. – Ellis Stanley Partners, LLC
Christopher Terzich – U.S. Bank
Ines Pearce – Pearce Global Partners, Inc.
Kate Long – Resilience subject matter expert