Elizabeth Kelley MA
Elizabeth “Libby” Kelley serves as the Executive Director of the Electromagnetic Safety Alliance, Inc. and she lives in Tucson, Arizona in the United States. She also directs the International EMF Scientist Appeal Campaign to the United Nations, now signed by 247 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, after having been selected to enter government service as a U.S. Presidential Management Fellow.
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 and, is often interviewed by local and national news media.
Ms. Kelley produced or co-produced, several documentary films, including “Public Exposure: DNA, Democracy and the Wireless Revolution”, which was awarded Best Documentary at the Santa Cruz Film Festival in 2001 and 2003 and, “Cell Phones: Just like Cigarettes”, a cell phone safety video aimed at children and youth. She formerly was the Managing Director for the International Commission on Electromagnetic Safety based in Italy. For her contributions in Italy, she was recognized with the “Friend of the Consumer Award,” given by CODACONs, an Italian national consumer organization. Harper’s Weekly has called her “The Voice of EMF Safety”.