Emma McMullan is an active science advocate based in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She currently serves as a Science Diplomacy Fellow at the Netherlands Innovation Network, where she develops policy recommendations to increase Dutch capacity for sustainable grid systems. She is also currently Research!America’s Civic Science Intern. In past roles, Emma has worked as a policy researcher and advocate for education and environmental issues in her state, notably drafting language for multiple GA house bills. Emma is also actively involved in the National Science Policy Network, where she serves as vice-chair of the advocacy committee.

Emma McMullan is developing a proposal to fill the gaps between federal support and nuclear frontline communities impacted by radiation exposure by lowering applicant barriers, expanding eligible applicant areas, and increasing funding to create more equitable and effective programs.

By Emma McMullan