Denise Moreno Ramírez is a Coordinator for the University of Arizona Superfund Research Program and the Dean Carter Binational Center for Environmental Health Sciences. She is primarily focused on developing news highlights, maintaining the website, creating the electronic newsletter, and managing social media presence for the program. Previously, Moreno Ramírez developed community-engaged projects and research translation products for diverse stakeholders in Arizona and Mexico. She also has experience collaborating with socially and economically disadvantaged communities on transboundary water and environmental contamination issues. Moreno Ramírez received a B.S. in Environmental Science with a minor in Biology from Northern Arizona University and an M.S. in Watershed Mangement from the University of Arizona. In 2016, she returned to school at the University of Arizona to obtain her doctoral degree majoring in Soil, Water, and Environmental Science while minoring in Medical Anthropology. She was born in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico and was raised in the "Ambos Nogales" area. Due to her experience as a Border resident, she was motivated to become a multidisciplinary scientist and focus her efforts on environment disparities.