Aaerg member highlights

Miles Green

Water is the happy place for Miles Green. After two years of bringing people together through technology at the Lab, Miles prefers to recharge in the calm of the water. Read about his role models and the speaker series he is putting together for Black History Month. Read the full interview>>

Clency Easterling

Even before joining the ALS in 2015, Clency was impressed by the scientific mission of the facility. Although his work takes him all over the ALS, he is interested in one particular type of research—find out what has captured his attention. Read the full interview>>

Colette Flood

Oakland native Colette Flood came to Berkeley Lab 11 years ago as an Internship Manager, and is now the Manager of Workforce Development and Education. She holds a B.S. in Public Administration and a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Southern California. Read the full interview>>

Stacy Curry

Stacy Curry is a Program Operations Analyst in the Energy Technologies Area. Read more>>

Jessica Granderson

With a day job as deputy of research for Building Technology and Urban Systems Division and another full-time job as a parent to a young child, Jessica Granderson still found more time to carve out of her schedule this year to help design face shields for hospital staff. Read full story>>

Kristen MacIntosh

Kristen McIntosh (aka Kay-Mac) is a User Program Administrator at the Molecular Foundry. She has been at the Lab for nearly 10 years. Read More>>

Kelly Johnson

Kelly Johnson is a talent outreach and sourcing specialist in Human Resources. She discusses her Black heroes and how she connects with the African American community. Read More>>

LaTonja Wright

HR’s LaTonja Wright talks about her career experience with teams. Read more>>

Kat Bedford

Kat Bedford has seen lots of changes in her 23 years at the Lab. IDEA is one change that excites her for its potential to grow the Lab’s culture. In this article she talks about what inclusion means to her. Read More>>