Sheena Symington, B.Sc., MA
Sheena Symington is the Director of the Electro Sensitive Society where she helps people who are Electro Hyper Sensitive (EHS). She has a background in biological and environmental sciences and has been researching chemical and electromagnetic pollutants and their effects on natural and human ecosystems for many years. She also works as a Research Associate with Professor Emeritus Dr. Magda Havas (www.theroselab.com) and gives talks related to electromagnetic hygiene to educate people on how to maintain an electromagnetically clean environment.
Elizabeth Kelley, MA
Elizabeth “Libby” Kelley serves as the Executive Director of the Electromagnetic Safety Alliance, Inc. in Tucson, Arizona USA. She directs the International EMF Scientist Appeal Campaign to the United Nations, now signed by over 250 scientists in 42 nations. She has a Masters’ degree in health administration from the University of Southern California and has worked on public health and public policy issues for over 40 years. She worked as an analyst in the Office of the Secretary at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington D.C. For over two decades she has been dedicated to EMF research and advocacy. She promotes policies and practices that offer greater health protection from non-ionizing radiation sources. She places a high priority on raising awareness about electromagnetic hypersensitivity. She consults on EMF related policies, makes EMF presentations, has coordinated the development of several EMF Appeals. She is Executive Producer of the EMF Medical Conference 2021 – www.emfconference2021.com– to be held in Tucson, Arizona from January 21-24, 2021.
Dr. Magda Havas, Professor Emerita at Trent University, is an environmental toxicologist with 45 years of expertise regarding the effects on humans and other species of chemical and electromagnetic pollutants. Despite being retired she continues to do research, to publish papers and to give talks and workshops about electrosmog, electromagnetic hygiene, electrohypersensitivity and electrotherapeutics. For more information visit her websites: www.magdahavas.com and www.theroselab.comand watch her youtube videos at www.youtube.com/magdahavas.