NSF Science & Engineering Messengers

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Dan Agan

Picture of Dan AganDan Agan is president of the marketing and communications firm Panthera Group LLC. For more than 30 years, he has swayed audiences by devising and delivering communications initiatives that influence thinking, change attitudes, and affect behavior. He has served in “C”-level capacities in both the television and software industries, and was a contributing author for the book, Broadcast Advertising and Promotion.  He has written award-winning ad copy; been a TV host; produced and directed TV programs; conducted dozens of press conferences; created and delivered untold numbers of speeches, keynote addresses, and presentations; lectured at leading universities; led workshops and symposia; and coached hundreds of professionals to communicate more effectively.

 
 

Chris Mooney

Photo of Chris MooneyChris Mooney is a science and political journalist, blogger, podcaster, and experienced trainer of scientists in the art of communication. He is the author of four books, including 2009’s Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens Our Future (with Sheril Kirshenbaum). He blogs for “Science Progress,” a website of the Center for American Progress and Center for American Progress Action, and is a host of the Point of Inquiry podcast.

 
 
 
Joe Schreiber

Photo of Joe SchreiberJoe Schreiber helped launch and produce NBC’s George Michael Sports Machine. The program aired for 23 years, making it the longest running locally produced, nationally syndicated sports show in television history. Joe won 11 Emmys at NBC.

Today, Joe owns Mattmar Productions and 3 Penny Films. Mattmar empowers corporations, the public service sector and non-profits with video and new media, and has garnered four Telly Awards.

3 Penny Films, produces collegiate sports documentary/reality programming for online and network television, and earned two 2011 Emmy Awards.

Joe is an experienced trainer in the art of communication for The National Science Foundation.

Written by nsfmessengers

March 26, 2012 at 9:36 pm

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