After 27 years, Eugenie Scott is stepping down as NCSE's executive director. Taking the reins in her stead is Ann Reid. Reid knows that NCSE's work depends on a strong and engaged base of local activists who monitor schools, school boards, and legislatures, and work to defend and support evolution and climate change education, and she hopes you'll join her for an online conversation.
Ann wants to introduce herself to NCSE's community of local activists, to hear more about what you are doing, and to hear more about how NCSE can help. On Wednesday, January 29 at 11 am Pacific (2 pm Eastern), Ann Reid and Eugenie Scott will host an informal, online meet-and-greet, and we hope you'll join in.
What does this historic transition mean for NCSE and for the network of citizen activists which NCSE has worked with and relied upon for so long? What should Ann know about what you and other local citizens for science are doing? What would you like to know about her plans? What did Genie do that Ann should build on, and what can she and NCSE do better in the future? This is your chance to ask your questions, offer guidance, introduce her to this crucial part of NCSE's work, and welcome her to the NCSE family.
Genie will be part of the meeting as well, so don't be shy about asking how she plans to spend her retirement, and whether she already misses NCSE.
To register for the event, sign up through GoToWebinar's site.