Environments that support opportunities for walking and biking have the potential to lead to better health outcomes. I'm excited that there's increasing recognition of the link between active transportation and health. Being a part of Alta means that we can be leaders in shaping the field and have the potential to create healthier communities.
Celina Chan brings a passion for bicycle and pedestrian planning and improving the health outcomes of low-income communities. With prior experience working on public health projects in the nonprofit and government sectors, Celina has worked with diverse stakeholders and has been involved in community engagement as well as youth development initiatives. Celina is skilled in quantitative and qualitative research, program planning, program evaluation, and GIS mapping. She received her Master of City Planning and Master of Public Health degrees from the University of California, Berkeley.