Ms. Lazeration produces and edits a variety of written material for RLA and its government and corporate clients (e.g., meeting summaries, press releases, white papers, reports) and assists with research and analysis on a range of projects. She earned a BA in English at Wittenberg University and an MA in writing rhetoric and technical Communication with a specialization in science and technical communication at James Madison University. During her studies at James Madison University she participated in both an internship and practicum project with the Public Communication Office of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. During the two semesters of work she participated in recording podcasts, assisted with writing website articles, and independently completed internal and external publications. Prior to joining RLA, she worked as a Protocol Specialist for the Emmes Corporation collaborating with domestic and international scientists writing protocols, informed consent forms, and related patient-facing materials as part of a national consortium.