Background/Question/Methods Making science communication more inclusive and representative of diverse identities, cultures, and life experiences requires an intentional reframing of historical approaches. Although we live in an era of abundant scientific information, historically marginalized and minoritized individuals and communities are largely overlooked and undervalued in science communication efforts. This presentation will present a framework to help science communication researchers and practitioners, scientist-communicators, and storytellers examine their practices to make the communication of science more inclusive and representative of diverse audiences. The framework features four dimensions or lenses: awareness, perspectives, challenges, and actions. Each lens of the framework will allow attendees to think critically about a story, project or issue they want to communicate about and how to do so more inclusively. For example, the awareness lens will provide prompts and questions for attendees to examine their awareness about stereotypes of historically marginalized individuals and whether or not their stories are helping perpetuate them or shift them. I will provide attendees with concrete examples and insights on how to apply these four lenses to their own work. Results/Conclusions Attendees will leave with a clear sense of how they can use the presented framework to help them make their science communication more inclusive and representative of diverse audiences.