Clinical Instructor, Health Systems and Population Health
Environmental Health Program Manager, Public Health-Seattle & King County, Public Health Seattle and King County
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environmental health, environmental justice, health impact assessments, health promotion, climate resiliency, built environment, risk communication, program development, program evaluation, community engagement, community-based participatory approaches, unhoused populations, refugee and immigrant health, school health and safety, pesticides safety education
Sinang Lee is an environmental health program manager at Public Health-Seattle & King County. She has worked in the government sector for over 20 years at the international, state, and local levels. Sinang applies community-based participatory approaches to center community voices in decision-making, break down institutional barriers, and invest in community-driven innovation. She has launched multiple nationally recognized public health programs, including the model environmental justice program for the US EPA’s Duwamish Superfund site and the King County COVID-19 technical assistance program on indoor air quality. She now oversees a new program to improve environmental health and safety and climate resiliency of school buildings.
MPH Environmental Health, University of Washington, 2006
BA Environmental Science, University of California (Berkeley), 2001