Pamela Gay is an astronomer, educator, outreach chick, writer, and all around cool person (much like me, of course, except for the chick part).
She is currently at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement Science (something I plan on doing more once my book is out the door), and she went to two different talks by Gerry Wheeler (head of the NSTA) and Neil Tyson, famous astronomer. They both had something to say about how we as public-faced astronomers convey our message. Pamela wrote up such a great blog entry that I’ll just link to it again. And I’ll note that I was planning to write this entry by like line 5 of her reading her blog, long before she started throwing accolades my way. We just love each other. :-)