SHARE Community Service Projects
SHARE Community Service Project Coordinators
Gavin W. Fulmer is a researcher on education policy, practice, and research methods, with a focus on K-12 science and mathematics. He holds a PhD in Science Education from the State University of New York at Buffalo. His experience includes teaching at the elementary and undergraduate levels, external program evaluation, and advanced statistical analyses. He currently serves as an Associate Program Director with the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Sarah Hippolitus received her M.A. in Philosophy from Virginia Tech and B.A. in Philosophy from James Madison University. She has worked for the federal government for the past four years in recruitment and contract management. Her passions include philosophy, secular morality, atheism, psychology, neuroscience, volunteering (especially tutoring), writing, and promoting science, reason, and secular values. Sarah has been published in Virginia Tech’s newspaper in 2005 for a piece arguing for the removal of a religious display of the Ten Commandments from an Alabama courthouse. More recently, she has been published in The Washington Post’s Express newspaper for a piece entitled “Let Atheists Speak, Too” in response to the religious backlash regarding the London Atheist Bus Ads that ran in 2008. Sarah also serves on the CFI Washington D.C. Fundraising Committee. Volunteering for CFI has given her a feeling of purpose, fulfillment, belonging, and camaraderie with great people who share her secular, scientific perspective.