The Scientific Alliance for Education 501C3 non profit. Sheffield, MA 413-229-9042
Nina Anderson, President
Nina is a retired corporate pilot who has also worked in the not-for-profit field for several organizations. She was the Director of Development for the Courageous Challenge for the America’s Cup in the mid-1980s, was founder of the Council for Disabled Sailors which became the National Ocean Access Project and was the US Development Director for the Jubilee Sailing Trust, an able-bodied and disabled marine experience in the United Kingdom. She is the founder and President of The Scientific Alliance for Education. She has written 18 books on natural health including Your Health and Your House and has been active in education about smart meter risks, hosting a blog No Mass Smart Meters and AntiAgingLady. She works with the Planning Board in Sheffield MA to rewrite the bylaws to include safety for 5G. She holds certifications as a Neurolinguistic Programmer, Lay Hypnotist, Specialist in Performance Nutrition, Reiki II practitioner and is a licensed Airline Transport Pilot. She is an avid skier, sailor and aviator.
Kathy Levin, Vice-President/Research and Education Director
.Kathryn Levin began her work protecting the environment in 2017 while living across from the last remaining wilderness in Manhattan. By 2019 she co-founded the Inwood Hill Park Conservancy establishing its mission to restore, protect, and celebrate the remarkable wetland and forest, forming relationships with NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and the community. Having come from a family where her siblings developed cellphone software and worked on artificial intelligence, Kathryn associated all aspects of wireless as benign and useful. In 2017, she met an ‘electromagnetic sensitive’ person who was looking for a safe place to live. This opened her eyes to evidence of potential harms. Investigating further Kathryn became increasingly aware of studies showing numerous, severe effects of wireless radiation on the environment, animals, and humans. Realizing how so much information has been swept under the rug, she now is committed to educating communities and implementing restraints on it’s rollout.
Cecelia Doucette, Vice President, Tech Safety Education
Cecelia (Cece) Doucette helped her children’s schools become the first in the nation to take precautionary measures with wireless technology. She is the Director of Massachusetts for Safe Technology, and works with schools, communities, municipalities and legislatures to address wireless radiation and public health. She is also the Education Services Director with the international non-profit Wireless Education, which offers affordable 30-minute on-line training for Schools & Families. Cece was honored to co-chair the technology panel for the Health in Buildings Roundtable Conference at the National Institutes of Health, and to present state and local policy at the international EMF Medical Conference. She has been featured on Genius of Wellness, Boston25 News, PBS, O’Dwyer’s, EMF Warriors and in the films Generation Zapped and Wi-Fi Refugees. She rejuvenates through time spent with loved ones, yoga, skating and nature.
Phillip Adriance has been a supporter of S.A.F.E. for many years volunteering his time to keep our accounting records. His career has ben in engineering for General Electric and the Crane Company. As an entrepreneur, Phil has owned a video store and currently is co-owner of Ski Fanatics a successful ski shop in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. He has worked for several non-profits providing accounting services. He has worked in education for local school districts and has been a ski instructor and ski team coach. He is an avid aviator and sailor.
Patricia Burke, Board Member