About us

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.


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