FAS Welcomes Broad Leadership in Science, Technology, Education and Talent – Federation Of American Scientists
WASHINGTON, DC – The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) is delighted to announce the expansion of its leadership team as the organization enters an ambitious new chapter in science and technology policy making.
Erica Goldman and Sara Schapiro recently joined the FAS leadership team to advance science policy as well as education, workforce and talent issues respectively:
Erica Goldman joins FAS as Director of Science Policy, having previously helped oversee the World Council for Science and Environment (GCSE) as Deputy Director. At GCSE, Erica has led a number of initiatives working with a network of policy and research institutions and various groups of scientists to improve the use and uptake of science in environmental decision-making. Erica will help guide the strategic efforts of FAS and the Day One Project to advance science policy in a number of areas.
Sara schapiro joins FAS as Senior Fellow and Senior Director of Education, Workforce and Talent. Sara joins FAS after serving as Vice President of Education at PBS, where she worked to expand educational impact through free, out-of-the-box digital resources. Sara brings deep expertise and experience to strengthen FAS’s ability to advance innovative education and workforce policy solutions, while helping to lead FAS Federal Talent initiatives. Prior to PBS, Sara helped launch “Digital Promise,” an independent, two-party nonprofit organization whose mission is to drive innovation and improve learning opportunities for all Americans.
In addition, two current members of the FAS team join the FAS management team:
Jordan Mixer is Director of Operations and Strategy for FAS. In this role, Jordan also oversees communications and development, and has led FAS operations and staff throughout his recent leadership transition.
Joshua Schoop takes on the role of Senior Director of Technology and Innovation and Director of the Day One Project. As Deputy Director of the Day One Project, Josh has been instrumental in the leadership, strategy and growth of the initiative since its inception in 2019. In his new role, Josh will help oversee and lead the efforts of the initiative. FAS in the field of technology and innovation policy. Josh holds a PhD from Tulane University and has spent his career applying innovation and research to solve societal challenges. “I can’t imagine anyone better to lead Project Day One than the person who has been most responsible for so much of its impact,” said Daniel Correa, President and CEO of FAS.
“These four people bring both the vision and the entrepreneurial spirit that will help FAS address the most important challenges of our time with technical expertise and political impact,” said Dan Correa, CEO.
The Federation of American Scientists is a non-partisan, non-profit policy research and advocacy organization founded in 1945 to address national security challenges with evidence-based, science-based policy and expertise.