This year the CCST Policy Fellowship Program, in cooperation with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), launched a pilot program placing a CCST S&T Policy Fellow in the Executive Branch for the first time.
Nicole Meyer-Morse was placed in the Governors Office of Emergency Services. Nicole received her Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of California-Berkeley. Her dissertation focused on the cellular and immunological consequences of LLO mediated vacuolar escape. Before her 2 year CCST Fellowship she served for 2 years as a AAAS Fellow with the United States Department of Defense focusing on Chemical and Biological Defense. Nicole now serves as a Science and Technology Advisor for the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services.
Office of Assemblymember Bonilla
Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications Committee
David Ernest Garcia
Office of Assemblymember Nancy Skinner
Office of Assemblymember Steven Bradford
Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee
Senate Office of Research
Senate Environmental Quality Committee
Office of Assemblymember Bill Quirk
Senate Transportations and Housing Committee
Office of Assemblymember Das Williams