In this episode, I speak with Rachel Kline, Program Associate for the Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Rachel entered college at MIT thinking she would be an astrophysicist, but when her physics classes didn’t resonate with her, she changed her major to neuroscience. After earning her bachelor’s, she went to graduate school in pharmacology at Boston University. After passing her Ph.D. qualifying exams, she realized that she didn’t want to pursue a career in pharmacology, so she got her master’s and left graduate school. She then worked a series of jobs in project management, and eventually realized that these positions became less fulfilling the further they were removed from science. As a result, she joined the American Association for the Advancement of Science, where in her current role she is excited to help facilitate communication between scientific and religious communities. We’ll talk about her educational and career journey, and of course find out about what her job is like.