Ann Yoachim, is the first Loeb Fellow from the field of public health. Based at Tulane University in New Orleans, she works with communities, professionals and policy makers to integrate public health, livelihoods, natural resources and ecosystem management in a range of planning efforts for New Orleans and Southern Louisiana. Her experience in international development, including work in Kenyan informal settlements, has focused her on how changing climatic conditions are and will be shifting population concentrations. Ann will examine how planners and designers can collaborate with public health and development professionals to anticipate global trends and support people as they respond to these challenges before times of crisis.
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