Dr. Stephanie Ann Farquhar is a Clinical Professor at University of Washington School of Public Health, Department of Health Services & the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. She is a Senior Social Research Scientist at Public Health - Seattle King County Health Department. Dr. Farquhar draws from the principles of community-based participatory research to address issues of social and environmental equity as it relates to health. In partnership with community organizations and agencies, Dr. Farquhar has co-led research funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJ), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She was recently co-investigator on a NIH project to reduce pesticides exposure and occupational stressors among indigenous farmworkers in Oregon. Currently, she is evaluator on an NIEHS-funded intervention research project, Home Air in Agriculture - Pediatric Intervention (HAPI) and is PI of an RWJF project assessing the health-related effects of Yesler Terrace affordable housing redevelopment in Seattle, WA. Dr. Farquhar served as President on the Board of Directors of Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, and as a commissioner on the city/county Sustainable Development Commission. She has taught Foundations of Public Health, Health Promotion Program Planning, Community Organizing, Community-based Participatory Research Methods, and Health Impact Assessment. Currently she is instructor for SPH 481: Ethics, Social Justice and Policy in Public Health, Public Health and the Built Environment graduate seminar, and an Executive MPH course at the University of Washington.