Theodora Scarato MSW
Executive Director Environmental Health Trust 

Theodora Scarato MSW is Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust (EHT), a scientific think tank that publishes research and educates policymakers on environmental health issues. EHT scientists are among the leading independent voices calling for reducing wireless worldwide.

Scarato directs EHT programs, published research and coordinates scientific programs in the US and internationally with EHT’s Senior Science Advisors.  Scarato has co-authored several articles on electromagnetic field policy and  is a lead policy analyst and researcher for the EHT database on international actions– the most comprehensive collection of information on policy actions on cell phones and wireless.

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She has presented at the National Institutes of Health, the New Hampshire State 5G Commission, the San Francisco Teachers Union, the University of California San Francisco, the American Federation of Teachers  and several international conferences on environmental health. Scarato helped coordinate the 2019 US medical conference designed exclusively to train medical professionals on electromagnetic radiation. She is on the board on PhoneGate Alert.

Scarato is a regular contributor to radio and news broadcasts and has been featured on NPR, Dr. Nandi, NBC, Fox 5, WJLA and several documentary films. Her work was instrumental in the Prince George’s County School System taking action to address long neglected lead contamination in the schools drinking water and in the Maryland State Children’s Environmental Health Protection Advisory Council’s actions to issue recommendations to reduce radio frequency exposures in the school setting.

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She previously worked with EHT as Director of Educational Resources and Public Affairs, developing educational resources for communities and governments. Scarato  has co-founded several organizations both locally and nationally that address environmental health and safety concerns. As a practicing clinical psychotherapist, her two decades of work with children and adolescents includes directing an intensive  special education therapy program in Montgomery County Schools and working a psychotherapist at an ADHD clinic. Her research interests include not only the effects from radiation exposures but also the social emotional effects of technology overuse.

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