Beth is a Senior Associate who works with with public agencies, foundations, CBOs, and residents to apply a Health (and Equity) in All Policies lens to the challenges and opportunities in their communities. Beth loves combining her skills in data analysis, community engagement and facilitation, and policy analysis so places can better incorporate public health, racial equity, and environmental justice into their land use and urban policy decisions. At the forefront of the healthy communities discipline for 15 years, Beth is committed to creating livable places, reducing health and racial inequities, and engaging residents in the future of their communities.
Masters of City Planning, University of California at Berkeley (2010)
Masters of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley (2010)
BA in Sociology, Cornell University (2003)
Mexico, Venice Beach
Hiking, yoga, cooking, brewing kombucha, listening to podcasts, seeing live music