Elizabeth Landau is the Public Affairs Manager at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in Washington, D. C. She has dedicated nearly a decade of her career to bringing together Earth and space scientists and policy makers. Through targeted relationship building, she hopes to enable collaboration and problem solving at local to national scales. She has overseen the creation of AGU’s Science Policy Conference and numerous other events to bring together policy makers and scientists. Her current focus is on motivating and supporting scientists to work with policy makers in ways that they have not before. Elizabeth is originally from California, where she earned her B.S. in geological sciences at the University of Southern California and her M.S. in geological sciences at San Diego State University. For her master’s degree, she studied how a rapid global warming event affected life at the bottom of the seafloor off the coast of Antarctica.
American Geophysical Union
Washington, D. C.