Collaborative Data Collection, Analysis, and Dissemination
Wednesday, June 26th
Charlotte Chang, DrPH, MPH is a Post-Doctoral Scholar at the Labor Occupational Health Program at University of California, Berkeley. Her dissertation research focused on the evaluation of a participatory research partnership in San Francisco’s Chinatown with immigrant restaurant workers. At LOHP, she is continuing to focus on partnerships promoting worker health and safety particularly in the construction and restaurant industries. Charlotte’s interests are in immigrant and worker health, participatory research, and translational research.
Pam Tau Lee is a founder and current board member of the Chinese Progressive Association. She was also a founder and is a former chair of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network. She currently is on academic staff at the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley’s Center for Occupational and Environmental Health. She was also a union staff director and organizer with UNITE HERE Local 2, and a community in Chinatown and a student organizer in the late 60’s and 70’s student anti-war movement and the struggle to win ethnic studies at UC Berkeley and Cal State University at Hayward. She is locally and nationally recognized for her work in the area of community based research with workers and the environmental justice movement.
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