Sharon Hill is a geologist in the state
of Pennsylvania. She has a Bachelor of Science degree
from Pennsylvania State University in Geosciences and
post graduate work in hydrogeology. She works for the
PA Department of Environmental Protection and part-time
as a dance instructor for children. Her areas of interest
are paleontology, volcanoes, cryptozoology, and anomalous
natural phenomena. Along with husband Michael, daughter
Erica, and dog Calvin (a retired racing greyhound),
she resides in Pennsylvania.
Rob Beeston is the Director of Central
Iowa Skeptics, and manages the Skepticweb.com
website. Rob has had a lifelong interest in the paranormal,
and has also worked as a professional magician, stand
up comic, and ballroom dance instructor. Currently Mr.
Beeston makes his living in the web development field,
and spends his spare time working on children's books
that teach science and critical thinking skills.
Amanda Chesworth is program director
for the Young Skeptics Program and also directs the Darwin
Day Program. Her education is in Interdisciplinary
Sciences with a focus on evolutionary biology, geology
and astronomy. Amanda hails from Canada where she gained
experience in the public school system, museums and science
centers as well as the educational non-profit sector.
She enjoys researching all things bizarre and unusual
and promoting critical inquiry among young people.