Jacob Robertson is a Senior Manager for Science Policy for the Federation of American Scientists. Previously, he was a program manager at the American Physical Society (APS Physics) where he served as the liaison between administrative staff, leadership, and volunteer committee members to select and recognize recipients for academic honors. He was appointed to the APS Committee on Membership in 2023. Jacob has also served as a consultant for the Global Council for Science and the Environment and a program assistant for COMPASS Science Communication. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Austin Peay State University and a Master of Science and Technology Policy degree from Arizona State University.
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