Deborah Kopald is an environmental consultant and has developed and overseen the passage of legislative initiatives to protect the public from cell tower radiation and wireless technologies. She advises government officials, schools, doctors and lawyers on telecommunications policies, Wi-Fi technology and the environmental and health risks these technologies pose to citizens. Deborah is a Review Editor at the journal Frontiers in Public Health and holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard and an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. She is published in Reviews on Environmental Health and the Consumer Law and Policy Blog. In 2013, she organized and moderated "The Conference on Corporate Interference with Science and Health" which covered fracking, GMO's and wireless health hazards.