SRIC Board of Directors

Maria Goldstein, M.D.
Board Secretary. Retired public health physician with the New Mexico Department of Health.

Nathaniel Matthews-Trigg, MPH
Provides expertise to community health clinics on climate and health equity and on public health, healthcare, and emergency management risks at regional, national, and international forums.

Damien Milazzo
Board Vice President. Consultant on Geology, Non-Destructive Analysis, and what Bicycle you should buy.

Manuel Pino
Board President. Retired Professor of Social Behavioral Sciences at Scottsdale Community College, Arizona. From Acoma Pueblo.

Linda Sapochak, Ph.D.
Over 25-years of scientific research experience in academia, industry and national laboratories and more than 14-years of program and division management experience in a Federal Government Agency.

Julie Stephens
Community Planner (Stephens & Associates), co-founder and retired Director of the Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, emphasizing environmental justice and energy concerns in Bernalillo County's unincorporated South Valley.

Esther Yazzie-Lewis
Assistant Professor of Diné Studies at Navajo Technical University, retired Navajo translator for federal courts in Albuquerque. Activist from Eastern Navajo Agency.

SRIC Staff

Sarah H. Adeky
Community Liaison, Superfund Research Program

Annette Aguayo
Office Manager, Web Master

Wendy Atcitty
Environmental Scientist

Don Hancock
Director, Nuclear Waste Program; SRIC Administrator

Latasha James
Community Liaison, Superfund Research Program

Sandy Ramone
Community Environmental Health Specialist

Paul Robinson
Research Director

Chris Shuey, MPH
Director, Uranium Impact Assessment Program

Kirena Tsosie
Community Water Specialist

Shasity Tsosie
Community Environmental Health Specialist

SRIC Conflict of Interest Policy

Pueblo of Laguna
Community Liaison

Posted: 2/20/2024

VIDEO: The Toxic Legacy of the Navajo Nation
ABC News (11/20/2023)

Remembering the Church Rock Uranium Mill Tailings Spill of July 16, 1979

WIPP Radiation Leak
Status Update (09/15/17)

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