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Emily Nastase is the new Science Communicator with IAN at the Cambridge office. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in May with a dual degree in Biology and Communication Arts: Scientific Illustration. In the past she has been the assistant to an ornithologist, a graphic design intern at the Science Museum of Virginia, and a freelance artist. So far, Emily has created a handful of graphs and visuals for various IAN assignments, presentations, and blog posts. Next month she will head to the Everglades to help launch the RECOVER 2019 System Status Report assignment. Her mission as an artist and biologist is to learn by observing and exploring the natural world and to share that knowledge through her artwork She believes IAN will be the perfect place for her to achieve her goal. Some of Emily's favorite pastimes are birding, painting, hiking, backpacking, and traveling!
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