The University of North Carolina (UNC) Superfund Research Program (SRP) with its multi-faceted research translation core (RTC), has a wealth of experience that includes communicating risk assessment topics, including bioavailability, and is well poised to collaborate with the University of Arizona (UA) SRP to assist the EPA in addressing community-related technical assistance needs at Superfund sites. The content lead on this project for the UNC SRP is Dana Haine. Ms. Haine is a science educator in her ninth year with the UNC SRP and brings to this collaboration over twenty years of life science education experience, which has included developing educational materials on hazardous contamination, with emphasis on cell and molecular biology and environmental health concepts for adult learners. Ms. Haine earned her M.S. in Biology from Wake Forest University and her B.S. in Biology from Appalachian State University.