Hunter Hart joined the Society in May 2018. He earned his B.S. in Integrated Science and Technology from James Madison University in 2016. Prior to joining the Society, Hunter worked as an AmeriCorps volunteer with the Texas Conservation Corps. Hunter previously worked as a Program Assistant for James Madison University’s East Africa Field School in Tanzania, and as a Laboratory Intern at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory in Berkeley, California. Hunter has a passion for science and science education, and hopes to provide equitable access to both.