SRIC Board of Directors

Judith Espinosa
Board Treasurer. Former NM Secretary of Environment; Health Policy Consultant; Nursing and Law Degrees.

Maria Goldstein, M.D.
Board Secretary. Retired public health physician with the New Mexico Department of Health.

Steve Kanig, M.D.
Nephrologist. Consultant on informatics. Vice chair of the board of New Mexico’s health information exchange. New Mexico delegate to the American Medical Association

Ria Mazumdar
Researcher living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She graduated from Tufts University with degrees in International Relations and Quantitative Economics, and is passionate about economic development, environmental justice, and writing.

Damien Milazzo
Board Vice President. Consultant on Geology, Non-Destructive Analysis, and what Bicycle you should buy.

Manuel Pino
Board President. Professor of Social Behavioral Sciences at Scottsdale Community College, Arizona. From Acoma Pueblo.

Julie Stephens
Community Planner (Stephens & Associates), co-founder and retired Director of the Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, emphasizing environmental justice and energy concerns in Bernalillo County's unincorporated South Valley.

Esther Yazzie-Lewis
Retired Navajo translator for federal courts in Albuquerque. Activist from Eastern Navajo Agency.

SRIC Staff

Sarah H. Adeky
Community Liaison, Superfund Research Program

Annette Aguayo
Office Manager, Web Master

Rose Dan
Community Liaison, Superfund Research Program

Don Hancock
Director, Nuclear Waste Program; SRIC Administrator

Lynda Lasiloo
Navajo Community Liaison

Teddy Nez
Community Environmental Health Specialist

Sandy Ramone
Community Environmental Health Specialist

Paul Robinson
Research Director

Chris Shuey, MPH
Director, Uranium Impact Assessment Program

Kyle Swimmer
Community Liaison, Superfund Research Program

Kirena Tsosie
Intern, Navajo Nation Water Development Strategy Update

Maria Welch
Navajo Birth Cohort Study, Western Region Liaison

Community Health
Research Specialist
Wanted

to help conduct research for the
Navajo Birth Cohort Study-ECHO+
(NBCS-ECHO+)
in the Tuba City, Arizona,
area of the Navajo Nation.


Remembering the Church Rock Uranium Mill Tailings Spill of July 16, 1979



WIPP Radiation Leak
Status Update (09/15/17)


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