About us

CURRENT TEAM
NoahRacheland Noah are undergraduate students at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. As part of the Science in the Public Interest Program, they developed The Invasive Hitlist series as a way to combat the global challenge of invasive species locally.

Noah Martin is a senior biology of global health major currently apprenticing for the Kennedy Institute of Ethics. He hopes to attend medical school after graduation.


Rachel Habib is a senior english major with minors in economics and business administration. After graduating, she hopes to pursue a job that combines her interests in literature and business.


Noah Museles is a senior global business major with a certificate in international business diplomacy. After graduation, he plans to work in management consulting.



GRADUATED MEMBERS

Caitlin Tompkins graduated in May 2016 with a degree in biology and minor in government. Building on her researching of environmental health, she hopes to work in science policy.


Caitlin Cleary graduated in May 2016 as a biology of global health major. While at Georgetown, she was the editor for the Georgetown Heckler. She is interested in pursuing scientific communication, but is currently serving as a writer's assistant for a comedy show.


Andrew Green graduated in May 2016 with a physics degree. At Georgetown, he conducted research on nanoparticles and played varsity football for 4 years.



Pictured from left to right Andrew, Caitlin T, Caitlin C, Noah Martin

Contact us at invasivehitlist@gmail.com