Lois Yena Chang

Lois Yena Chang is an environmental geographer educated and trained in remote sensing science research. Upon graduating from Emory University with a BS MPH, Chang began her professional journey as an ORISE Fellow at EPA’s Office of Environmental Justice. It was there that she documented success stories of EJSCREEN – EPA’s mapping interface that allows communities to generate data-driven visuals and reports on toxic waste facilities and pollutants in their neighborhoods. Chang also supported a non-profit organization based in DC where she successfully obtained comprehensive air emissions inventories not yet available to the public for seven states in the U.S. Chang currently works as an epidemiologist in Atlanta, GA responding to COVID-19 needs.

Lois Yena Chang is an environmental geographer educated and trained in remote sensing science research. Upon graduating from Emory University with a BS MPH, Chang began her professional journey as an ORISE Fellow at EPA’s Office of Environmental Justice. It was there that she documented success stories of EJSCREEN – EPA’s mapping interface that allows communities to generate data-driven visuals and reports on toxic waste facilities and pollutants in their neighborhoods.

Chang also supported a non-profit organization based in DC where she successfully obtained comprehensive air emissions inventories not yet available to the public for seven states in the U.S. Chang currently works as an epidemiologist in Atlanta, GA responding to COVID-19 needs.