University of Washington
Email: email@example.com, Current CV of Summer 2017
Education and Professional Experience:
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Masters of Science, Atmospheric Sciences, Graduation Aug. 2017
Graduate Research Assistant
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Advisor: Prof. Joel Thornton
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Undergraduate, Lab Assistant
Advisor: Prof. Elisabeth Moyer
Major: Geophysical Sciences, Bachelor of Science, 2014
United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, FL
Student Employee GS-1316-3, Lab Assistant
PI: Ilsa Kuffner
Atlas Aviation, Tampa, FL
Private Pilot, 2009
Selected Honors and Awards:
Student Poster Competition Winner American Association for Aerosol Research 
Student Assistantship AAAR Award 
STEP Student Temporary Employment Program, awarded through USGS [2011-2012]
YIF Youth Initiative Funding through USGS 
Uncommon Fund Recipient, University of Chicago 
University of Washington
Graduate Researcher with Prof. Joel Thornton [2014- present]
Preparation, operation, and data analysis of highly technical instrumentation for the in situ detection of atmospheric trace gases (high resolution time of flight chemical ionization mass spectrometer, ToF-MS). Use of software Labview and Matlab.
Deployment of ToF-MS on the NOAA flight campaign Utah Winter Fine Particulate Study (UWFPS) to observe and analyze the spatial distribution of key trace gases related to particulate matter formation. [Winter 2017]
Deployment of ToF-MS to the Carnegie Mellon combustion chamber facility to observe biomass burning combustion aerosol. Developed a chemical mechanism box model to extract kinetic parameterizations of aerosol nitration and chlorine activation from combustion-derived aerosol. (NSF funded) [Spring 2016]
Upcoming second deployment to Carnegie Mellon University. Developed a new sampling technique for biomass combustion aerosol kinetics; testing new technique. [Summer 2017]
University of Chicago
Undergraduate Researcher with Prof. Elisabeth Moyer [2013-2014]
Data analyst and lab assistant designing a spectroscopic, calibration system to detect the vapor mixing ratio of isotopic-enriched water.
Analyzed the energy output of Michigan wind farms.
United States Geological Survey
Hydrologic Technician GS-1316-3/1 with Research Ecologist Ilsa Kuffner [2011-2013]
Analyzing coral samples for the Coral Reef Ecosystem Study (CREST).
Evaluated coral growth with rising sea surface temperatures.
Selected Skills and Certifications:
Software: Matlab Proficient. Experience writing and using Labview software. Some experience with Arduino, IDL, & python. Certification of Completion for ArcGIS 2 Day Beginner Course at University of South Florida Geospatial Lab via USGS 
Safety: Underwater Egress Certification with ERI [Expires 2021], Red Cross Adult First Aid/CPR/AED [Expires 2019], UW Lab Safety Certified.
ARISTO, Aug 2015. C-130 Aircraft. NCAR.
Carnegie Mellon Combustion Chamber, Feb-Mar 2016 and July-Aug 2017. NSF.
ToF-MS deployment, chamber operations, and reintegration
HISCALE, July 2016. G-1 Aircraft. DoE.
ToF-MS calibrations and pre-flights
UWFPS, Jan-Feb 2017. Twin Otter Aircraft. NOAA.
ToF-MS deployment, flight operations, and reintegration
UW, ATMS 220: Poor Air Quality in Winter: Atmospheric Chemistry & You
Teaching Assistant, University of Washington, Department of Atmospheric Sciences
Fall 2015: Global Warming 111
Workshop Presenter, Bellevue College
March 2015 & March 2017: Expand Your Horizons
Volunteer Workshop Developer and Presenter for under privileged high school girls
March 2016: Expand Your Horizons
Volunteer Workshop developer: Atmospheric Measurements & Air Quality
Teaching Internship, University of Chicago, Department of Geophysical Sciences
Summer 2012 with Prof. Douglas MacAyeal
Aided in development of student labs for GEOS 111 (Global Warming for non-majors]). Developed Matlab GUIs in conjunction with google earth mapping.
Earth Sciences Women’s Network [2015- present]
American Meteorological Society [2016- present]
American Association for Aerosol Research [2016- present]
Air and Waste Management Association [2017- present]
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association [2009- present]
AAAR, Portland, OR October, 2016
Dinitrogen Pentoxide (N2O5) Reactive Uptake and Multiphase Chlorine Chemistry on Authentic Biomass Burning Aerosol. Goldberger, L., Ahern, A., Jahl, L., Lee, B., Sullivan, R. Thornton, J.
Moyer E., S. Johnson, L. Goldberger, J. Zhu. 2012. Feasibility and Implications of the Michigan 2012 Proposal 3 for a 25% State Renewable Portfolio Standard. Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy.
Goldberger, L. et al. Reactive Nitrogen Multiphase Chemistry and Chlorine Activation on Authentic Biomass Burning Aerosol.
Goldberger, L. et al. Distributions of Reactive Chlorine Species during the Utah Winter Fine Particulate Study (UWFPS).