LEADERSHIP TEAM

We are excited that our team is growing so quickly to meet our members' needs! This organizational chart demonstrates the relationships between our Staff, Elected Early Career Leadership Council Fellows, and our Executive Leadership team, and Advisors.

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NSPN Staff

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Advisory Board

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Executive Leadership Team

The Executive Leadership team is responsible for steering NSPN and maintaining organizational health in all aspects of what we do. If you have questions about any of our programs, opportunities or membership you can always reach out to national@scipolnetwork.org and we will be sure that your question makes it to the right person whether that is our Staff or the Leadership Council.

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Elected Leadership Council

The National Science Policy Network Leadership Council is made up of elected, early career researcher fellows. This includes our Regional Hub and Committee Chairs and is led by our National Chair and National Chair Elect who are part of the Executive Leadership Team.

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NSPN Staff

The National Science Policy Network Staff Team is responsible for ensuring the continued success of our organization, supporting the Leadership Council, and executing on all programs, projects, and strategic goals.

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Advisory Board

NSPN’s Advisory Board is a group of experienced science policy professionals who advise NSPN on its programming and development. Advisory Board members are selected by the Executive Leadership Team with input from staff and leadership.

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