Founder and executive director of the Genetic Literacy Project. Lifelong journalist, TV news producer and executive, author, think tank scholar, sustainability and leadership expert, commentator and public speaker on media, religion, ethics, sports, and genetics and science policy, focusing on ‘disruptive technologies’, including energy, chemicals, and the biotechnology revolution in agriculture and biomedicine.
The Genetic Literacy Project (GLP) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization comprised of journalists and scientists devoted to delivering original articles and daily highlights of trending content from around the web on genetics, the CRISPR revolution, and more.
What benefits do advances in genetics and biotechnology offer? What are the potential pitfalls in manipulating the animal and human genome? Agricultural and human genetic engineering is reshaping farming, food and medicine, and genetic research is providing new insights into our understanding of evolution and human history.
Winner of nineteen prestigious awards in journalism, including two Emmys. Producer and investigative reporter for ABC News, ABC Primetime, ABC 20/20, NBC News, and NBC Nightly News, collaborated with Tom Brokaw and dozens of top reporters and producers to write and produce award-winning news specials and documentaries.
Author of seven books, including the best-sellers, "Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We are Afraid to Talk About It" and "Abraham's Children: Race, Identity and the DNA of the Chosen People".
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