Julie Rathbun is a planetary scientist who studies moons of the outer solar system. Her favorite place is Io and her favorite feature is the volcano Loki. Her research on Loki has included ground-based and spacecraft observations and she’s also studied spatial and temporal variations in Ionian volcanoes. When not studying Io, she’s usually studying Europa and is a member of the E-THEMIS team on Europa Clipper. She is currently a senior scientist at the Planetary Science Institute and a Professor of Physics at the University of Redlands. In addition to her research, Julie is heavily involved in diversity work and has presented extensively on women on spacecraft science teams. She is also currently chair of the Division of Planetary Sciences Professional Culture and Climate Subcommittee (PCCS). You can normally find her tweeting from @LokiVolcano.