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Shuchi Talati received a Ph.D. in 2016 from Carnegie Mellon University in Engineering and Public Policy. Her doctoral research focused on the climate-energy-water nexus looking specifically at the impacts of domestic climate regulations and carbon capture and storage technology. She was most recently a postdoctoral fellow with the American Meteorological Society's Policy Program with research looking at perceptions of climate engineering risk and governance.
Mallory Hinks received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from University of California, Irvine in 2017. Her research focused on understanding the effect of environmental conditions on the chemical and physical properties of secondary organic aerosol. As a graduate student, Mallory co-founded the Science Policy Group at UCI to teach students about career opportunities at the intersection of science and policy. She is also passionate about science communication.