My career as a journalist has included a broad range of science, health and environmental topics. I served as a science editor and feature writer for Current Health 2, Current Energy and Ecology, Science Challenge and Biology Bulletin magazines. My work was also published in University of Chicago’s Health Newsletter, Family Safety and Health, Readers Digest International and Chicago Wilderness magazines. I am also the author of the book: The Nature of Chicago: A Comprehensive Guide to Natural Sites in and around the City. 
    My writing was honored with 7 National EdPress Awards, the Health Education Award and the Morris Fishbein American Medical Writers Award. It was also honored by Friends of the United Nations Environmental Program, a grant from the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing; and a fellowship on Great Lakes Environmental Issues at Michigan State University.
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Isabel Abrams

    My background also includes an A.B. in Biology, a M.S. in Zoology from the University of Michigan, science research and science teaching in elementary school through college.
    As Co-founder and Director/Communications of Caretakers of the Environment International (CEI), I have explored environmental issues with high school students and teachers from many countries. CEI was honored Renew America and by the Global Assembly of Women and the Environment.http://www.caretakers4all.orghttp://www.caretakers4all.orgshapeimage_6_link_0shapeimage_6_link_1