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Elizabeth Kelley, MA, Public Policy


Elizabeth “Libby” Kelley is the President of the Board for the Electromagnetic Safety Alliance, Inc. (ESA), an Arizona State registered non-profit corporation since 2009 whose purpose is health and safety education and advocacy. Since 2015, Libby has organized and managed a campaign to successfully deliver the International EMF Scientist Appeal to the United Nations. See  ESA’s overall goals are related to education and advocacy on electromagnetic fields health and safety.  Libby has made major contributions to education, advocacy and technical assistance since 1996. 

Key highlights of her professional activities over the last two decades include Founder and Director of the Council on Wireless Technology Impacts, Inc, a nonprofit organization in California from 2000-2010 and Managing Director for the International Commission on Electromagnetic Safety, based in Italy from 2006-2010. She has produced an award-winning documentary film, two educational videos for teens and young children and received an award for her contributions in 2010 from CODACONS, a prominent Italian national consumer organization. 

Prior related professional activities include working for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C., as a health policy analyst for about 10 years and, prior to that time employment in administrative positions in California with a number of non-profit health, education and social services programs and for the University of California at Santa Barbara. 

As part of her work, Libby has made numerous presentations, including to public officials and community groups and has organized several conferences. She has given countless TV, radio, and print media interviews. She produced a documentary film called “Public Exposure: DNA, Democracy and the Wireless Revolution,” which won a Santa Cruz Film Festival Award in 2003 and produced two videos in 2010 to educate  teens and young children on the safer use of cell phones. 

Libby holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of California at Santa Barbara; a Master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of Southern California; and was awarded a prestigious two-year fellowship from the U.S. Presidential Management Fellows Program followed by a permanent civil service position with the U.S. Government.