Michelle Perro, M.D., Executive Director

Michelle Perro, M.D., has been a practicing pediatrician for over 35 years in many aspects of health care for children including emergency care and integrative health. She presently is involved with medical education and patient supervision at Gordon Medical Associates in Marin County as well as a nationwide lecturer on integrative medicine.

Debbie Friedman, Strategic Advisor

Debbie has served in a variety of advocacy, communications and leadership positions including as producer for a national environmental radio program, and as a communications consultant for innovative nonprofits & businesses. Debbie also co-founded and led two environmental health nonprofits. Her work included organizing a statewide coalition that successfully ended decades of pesticide spraying by California’s agriculture department. Debbie currently works as Program Director for Conscious Kitchen, a fresh, local, organic school food program. Debbie began her career as a practicing attorney in San Francisco.

Robert G. Daniel Ph.D., Director of Operations

Bob received his Doctorate in Geophysics from Stanford University. Bob’s career includes scientific research, project management, and consulting on database systems. Bob’s responsibilities include helping to bridge the information gap between scientists and the concerned public. Besides GMOScience.org, Bob’s projects involve Internet application development and public-service education about sustainability issues.

Tommy Comings, Manager of Marketing and Social Outreach

Tommy Comings is a recent graduate of University of California, Davis, and is an enthusiastic musician and outdoorsman. He has experience writing articles and managing promotional work for a nonprofit foundation that supports personal initiatives of young adults. After learning of the prevalence of GMOs and pesticides in our food, along with the subsequent health and environmental impacts, Tommy is now inspired to promote the mission of GMOScience. His non-profit and social media experience are an asset to further disseminate our information and to create an online dialogue regarding GMOs.