Esther Min, MPH
Graduate Research Assistant
Currently, she is working on two projects under the umbrella of environmental justice. In one, she works with state agencies and community coalitions that do statewide policy work, alongside Dr. Edmund Seto, helping to develop what is called the Environmental Justice Mapping Tool. This project involves asking communities what environmental justice means to them and mapping their responses. The map can be used to prioritize resources and learn about policies that can bridge the gaps.
She is also working with Dr. Catherine Karr, on a community-engaged research project focused on improving pediatric asthma outcomes in the Yakima Valley.
Min hopes to stay in academia and become a researcher. She is also interested in teaching.