Project coordinator, manages overall implementation and coordination with the GLOBE Program. She is also the lead for the Land Cover team, and the liaison for museum partnerships. Holli is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Deputy project coordinator, lead for eclipse efforts and support for student research using GLOBE Observer. She also supports communication, social media, and the GLOBE Observer website, and is the liaison for working with park interpreters and the Earth to Sky network. Kristen is based in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Communication Director for GLOBE Observer, manages GLOBE Observer communications, and coordinates with the larger NASA and GLOBE communication and social media communities. Autumn is based in Pasadena, California.
GLOBE Observer communications team, supporting social media and writing web content. She also coordinates the Fire Fuel team and supports Land Cover. Tassia is based in Portland, Oregon.
Graphic designer and science writer for the GLOBE Observer team, focusing on website content, video production, social media, and print product development. She also manages the Informal Educator Toolkits. Heather is based in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Science and Community Liaisons
Science lead for GLOBE Observer, serving as a liaison to the science and applications user communities and supporting them in understanding and using GLOBE data. She is based in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Former chief scientist for GLOBE, and continues as a consultant for NASA on the GLOBE Program, including GLOBE Observer. He is based in Washington, D.C.
Principal Investigator for the NASA Earth Science Education Collaborative. Leads outreach to the library community, including partnerships with NASA@MyLibrary, SciStarter, and NISE Net. She is based in Arlington, Virginia.
Mosquito Habitat Mapper
Science liaison and outreach lead for GLOBE Observer Trees and lead for the Trees Around the GLOBE Campaign. He also contributes to social media and web content as part of the communications team. Brian is based on Wallops Island, Virginia.