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Melissa Andreychek joined EcoCheck in May 2010 as an intern, in partial fulfillment of her Masters degree requirements in Technical and Scientific Communication through Miami University (OH). During her time with EcoCheck, Melissa assisted in the creative development of several ecosystem health assessments and forecasts, including those of the Chesapeake and Maryland Coastal Bays, Great Barrier Reef, and Baltimore Inner Harbor. After nine months with EcoCheck as both an intern and full-time science communicator, Melissa headed north to Albany to begin work with Environmental Advocates of New York. In her new position, Melissa supports the communication strategies associated with Environmental Advocates' advocacy, coalition building, citizen education, and policy development initiatives. She also completed her Masters curriculum for spring 2011 graduation. Melissa remains on board with EcoCheck as a part-time consultant and can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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