A Heartfelt Goodbye: A Letter to Staff from the Retiring Director of the DOE Office of Science

As an individual committed to science, I am proud of the progress our office has made towards becoming more inclusive, accessible, and equitable. Our initiatives such as RENEW, FAIR, and PIER plans have helped us assess our culture and processes and make necessary changes.

I am grateful for the dedication of everyone in our office who has taken the time to engage with communities through initiatives like office hours, site visits, and conference engagements. These efforts reflect our commitment to ensuring that federal resources are distributed equitably to serve the public.

As Director of Science, I will continue to advocate for science and look forward to seeing the Office of Science educate and inspire stakeholders while promoting sustainable practices, especially in the face of the climate crisis. I am optimistic that the Office of Science and the Department of Energy will uphold their commitment to inclusivity and diversity in scientific advancements, welcoming individuals from all backgrounds to contribute to scientific progress. Serving as Director has been an honor, and I am thankful for the meaningful experiences we have shared over the last few years.

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