Stefani Penn, Ph.D. (she/her) specializes in air quality, equity, exposure, and risk assessment for environmental health and policy applications. Her areas of expertise include international air quality management planning, distributional analyses for environmental justice, regulatory benefits analysis of existing or proposed rules, and communicating health and equity results to an array of audiences.
Stefani’s recent work includes providing evidence-based recommendations and training on analytical techniques to advance air quality management in international megacities and analyzing needs for centering equity in environmental programs and rulemaking for federal and state-level clients.
Stefani holds a B.S. in Chemistry from the Mellon College of Science at Carnegie Mellon University; an M.S. in Exposure Science from the School of Public Health at University of Washington; and a Ph.D. in Environmental Health from the School of Public Health at Boston University.