Genene Fisher, an AMS Member, is Senior Advisor for Space Weather at NOAA's National Weather Service Headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. Her responsibilities include coordinating policy and programmatic activities with NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center. She collaborates with other federal agencies, private companies, academia, and international organizations to understand customer and stakeholder requirements and to build resilience of our critical infrastructure to space weather. Previously to joining NOAA, Dr. Fisher spent ten years as a Senior Policy Fellow at the American Meteorological Society Policy Program in Washington, D.C, where she focused on space weather policy issues and societal impacts. Dr. Fisher successfully expanded space weather activities within AMS, resulting in the formation of the Space Weather Committee, a part of the AMS Scientific and Technological Activities Commission, and its annual Space Weather Conference. While at AMS, she also developed science policy curriculum material to educate the next generation of scientists in the policy process. She also taught science policy courses as an adjunct professor at several universities. Dr. Fisher has a PhD degree in atmospheric and space science and a Masters of Public Policy degree from the University of Michigan. She also has a BA degree in planetary and space science from Boston University.