Lisa Jackson life story on Moth Radio Hour (original broadcast of May 31, 2012)

The Moth Radio Hour recently rebroadcast the show where Lisa Jackson, the first African-American Administrator of the U.S. EPA (2009-2013), told the story of how she became an engineer and then entered the environmental protection field.  I think it’s a great story for young folks, including my law students, to hear about one person’s path into environmental policy and government service, especially that of a racial minority.  Enjoy!


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