D. Leah Steinberg
D. Leah Steinberg is the daughter and niece of scientists who worked at the University of Chicago Metallurgical (Met) Lab, a branch of the Manhattan Project during WWII, the secret project that researched and developed the first atomic weapons. She holds degrees in anthropology and counseling psychology, with a specialty in clinical sleep medicine. She is published poet, a nature photographer, a music lover, and loves to dance. Her book, "Raised in the Shadow of the Bomb: Children of the Manhattan Project," came out in 2016. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.